Pink and White Bridge

Pink and White Bridge

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Rock - Easy Listening | Perth, Western Australia, Australia
Total Song Plays: 642   
Member Since: 2013
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Pink and White Bridge - Who we A

Pink & White Bridge originally formed in 1994 as a three piece by Craig Pinkney, Paul White and Anthony Bridge (hence their chosen band name) and have since solidified their sound by becoming a five piece. PerĀ¬forming their own unique blend of folk, rock, country and rootsy blues music the group are like a nourishing musical soup, chock full of all the right ingredients and nourishing for the soul.
Regular performers in the West Australian pub circuit they have supported international touring artists such as Billy Joel, Chris Isaak and Clannard and have also performed in Sydney, Singapore and Malaysia.
Featuring Craig Pinkney (vocals, acoustic & electric guitars, harmonica), Paul White (vocals, acoustic & electric guitars, keyboards,) Anthony Bridge (vocals, acoustic guitar, keyboards, percussion), Robbie Pisano (bass guitar) and Mick Burn (drums), between them they have won over a dozen song writing awards. The band will be touring the album in the near future, so keep an eye on your gig guides.
Impassioned, resolute, and with a contemporary blues folk feel their Home & Hosed album was released on 5th September 2013 via MGM (Australia) and CD Baby (rest of world). Look for it on your album shelves.

"They produce what are, quite simply, the most spine-tingling three-part harmonies on the Australian music scene at the moment"
- Sue Jarvis (Country Music Capital News)

"The sound is stunning - spectacular three part harĀ¬monies, well written songs and good arrangements."
- Sun Herald Newspaper Sydney
"There's a lot to see and hear ... and it's all good." (Patrick Emery Beat Magazine 2013)