He is currently preparing for his first full length studio album Ghost Heroin (co-produced by Shannon Bourne at Thirty Mill Studios) and has been recording with Chris Parkinson in SA and Colin Wynne in Melbourne to ensure his beautiful songs, deep, rich voice and dynamic electric guitar are presented to best advantage.
Fenn’s musical career really kicked off in 2018 where he held the Port Gospel Session audience at the Port Fairy Folk Festival in the palm of his hand when he performed ‘John The Revelator’, and later that year he was named the Queenscliff Music Festival’s Emerging Artist of the Year. This award and its cash prize enabled him to fund his debut album. In 2019 Fenn was announced as the Port Fairy Folk Festival Emerging Artist of the Year too.
He is releasing his debut album in November 2019 following the release of two singles.
Fenn’s voice is deep, resonant and emotive, expressive well beyond his years. His songwriting forms a snapshot of his recent past; brushes with heartache, depression, world-weariness and uncertainty, and often lightened with compassionate observation, love and redemption. Think George Ezra with Nick Cave’s early song book.
|November 8, 2019 8:30 pm||JD’S|