The Lowdown Hokum Orchestra features some of the best musicians in the country who play some of the most foot-tappingly good-time music you'll find this side of Memphis, Nashville and New Orleans. The band boasts jazz royalty in singer Nichaud Fitzgibbon; country, cajun, honky-tonk maestro Andy Baylor on guitar and fiddle, Dire Straits and Black Sorrows alumnus Paul Williamson on saxes and clarinet; everybody's favourite double bass player (John Butler, Ross Hannaford to name but two), Howard Cairns; Melbourne's busiest blues drummer, Tony Martin. The band is led by award-winning songwriter Doc White who plays guitar, mandolin and shares vocal duties with Nichaud. The band easily crosses genres but is firmly in the roots music camp. Country, western-swing, blues, jazz, smokey Louisiana swamp all creep into a typical Lowdown Hokum set.
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Love You All The Time
Sat May 26 - The Spotted Mallard, Melbourne - get tickets
The debut single from the Lowdown Hokum Orchestra. This song was written by Doc White. Music production by Jeff Lang and Doc White. The clip was written by Doc, directed by Trent Baker, shot by Hayley Brown and Tim Morton, edited by Hayley with post-production from Tim. The clip celebrates the magical power of music and love.