Shawn Lidster - The Burning

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Shawn Lidster is a singer/songwriter from Newfoundland, Canada, who for now calls Australia home. He first came to Australia in 1997 by invitation from Tasmanian band The Pale Riders, who he met in Vancouver, Canada. Within a year he won a song competition on Sydney's Radio Station Triple M, toured with Midnight Oil and met his wife Rebecca. He has had songs he has written performed for the Prime Minister of Canada, Premier of Newfoundland and Prince Charles and even had a song played on Hockey Night in Canada.

Since moving his family back to the Central Coast in 2009, Shawn has already made his mark on the music scene. He has showcased his original songs at various gigs including 2010 Country Music Festival in Tamworth, 2009/10/11 Country Music Festival at The Entrance, Lizottes in Kincumber and Newcastle playing live on air in the Fishbowl with Scott Levi on ABC Radio and making it to the finals two years in a row at the Annual Acoustic Awards in Erina Fair, In 2011 with guitarist Trent Crawford as Driftwood.

He works fulltime at being a songwriter/performer as a solo Acoustic Artist and duo in Pay the Fiddler, with Tom Beasley (Mandolin/Banjo) playing every week at gigs up and down the Central Coast, Sydney, Newcastle and the Hunter Valley.

Shawn has shared the stage with national and international performers and his skill as a songwriter is Legend. As a matter of fact, in 2006 Shawn released a CD, entitled Legends of the Baccalieu Trail, which brings to life the history and characters of the Baccalieu Trail region. Cupers Cove the first track was the unofficial theme song for Cupids 400 celebrations. All of the songs on this Cd are currently receiving air time on many radio stations in Newfoundland and throughout Canada. Two of his traditional songs, The Sealers Song and Newfoundland Summers Day were recorded on the Homebrew 4 and Homebrew 5 CD collections.

While attending Music West in Vancouver in 1995, he met the band Pale Riders from Tasmania, Australia and as a result Shawn was invited to be their opening act for the launch of their new CD on a tour of Eastern Australia and Tasmania. While living in Australia, Shawn wrote a song called Ratso Man and won a song competition sponsored by Triple M and Universal Music that included $15,000 worth of Sammy Hagar (Van Halen) equipment. Shawn has been in the Top Ten Folk/Roots Music Charts for almost 3 years and currently ranked #7.

His new Cd, The Burning was recorded at Bill Chambers Studio. Going back to his roots, “The Burning”,takes you on a emotional journey. 11 original songs written about Family, The Past, The Present, The Future and home in Newfoundland, Canada. Its Acoustic/Roots/Folk/Alt Country/Gospel and Blues all combined to showcase Shawn’s ability to express his feelings in different styles of music that he has grown up on and is influenced by.

Featuring some outstanding playing on Dobro, Electric Guitar, Weisenborn, Banjo, Mandolin, Irish Bazooky and Harmonica by one of Australia’s premier alt-country guitarists, Bill Chambers. Also featuring Michael Muchow an award winning Australian guitarist who grooves along on Drums, Stomp, Percussion, Bass and Electric Guitar.

Produced by Shawn Lidster, Bill Chambers and Michael Muchow

Track 1 The Burning

Track 2 Sacrificed

Track 3 Just A Number

Track 4 Someday

Track 5 Pay The Fiddler

Track 6 I’m From Newfoundland

Track 7 Knock On Wood

Track 8 Not Forgotten

Track 9 Angel Comfort Me

Track 10 Home

Track 11 In The End

Tracks: The Burning, Just A Number and Angel Comfort Me have been on Today’s Country 94.1 FM radio station playlist for well over a year. As of July 2012 Someday has been added to playlist as well.

All tracks mentioned above plus Sacrificed and In The End are getting airplay on radio stations in Newfoundland Canada as well.

This product was added to our catalog on Monday 29 October, 2012.


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