THE BRETT RALPH PROJECT

Welcome to the Brett ‘s Special PBGB Project Page

Listen to Brett’s songs :
Antarctica Brett - writer, vocals and acoustic guitar, Neil Porter - bass and slide guitar
Every Night  Brett - writer, vocals and acoustic guitar, Peter Reid - drums, Neil Porter - bass, electric guitar
How Do Thousands?  Brett - writer, acoustic guitar, vocals, Ken Vatcher on Drums, Artie Westwood on Lead GuitarChris Ralphs on Bass, Neil Porter on Keyboards
Include Me  Brett - writer, vocals and acoustic guitar, Chris Ralfs - bass, Neil Porter - electric guitar, backing vocals, and Hammond B3 organ, Peter Reid - drums.
Love and Laughter  Brett - writer, vocals, and acoustic guitar, Chris Ralfs - bass, Raymond Toms - organ pad, Neil Porter - electric guitar and Hammond B3 organ, Peter Reid - drums.
Man In The Mirror  Brett - writer, vocals, and acoustic guitar, Chris Ralfs - bass, Neil Porter - electric guitar and Hammond B3 organ, Peter Reid - drums.



Brett was introduced to the PBGB Shed by Chris Ralfs in late August 2013.  Brett brought with him a whole swag of songs which we took an immediate liking to, as indeed we took an immediate liking to Brett !

Brett lives in Eden, on the far South Coast of New South Wales, just twenty minutes down the highway from The PBGB Shed. He has a long history of song writing and performing in the district.  You can read more about Brett HERE.

Brett has a portfolio of some eighty original songs, so we hope to be able to present  a good number of them right here, for your listening pleasure.

It’s a lot of fun working with Brett. His songs are great, and he knows exactly how to present them. All the support musicians need to be able to do is keep up as he tears through them !
Brett is a great guy who wears his heart on his sleeve both in his song writing and in his performances.

It is very easy to take a liking to Brett and we feel very honoured that he enjoys coming along to Seshes and sharing his talents with us.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Big Brother. glad to see your still making music. Love ya - Catastrophe

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