About Gav Brown

About Gav Brown

Reviews rolling in for Gav Brown’s “Sound Circus”!

“debut LP Sound Circus showcases its creator’s immense musicality, along with a host of other treats. It’s an album of absorbing warmth and welcome, which seems to radiate most of all from Brown’s cavernous and richly textured voice” 

- Gareth Hipwell Kix Country Network

“The songs featured on Sound Circus are whimsical and tranquil, which makes listening to the album is the ideal opportunity to kick back, relax, and admire a truly talented musician”

-Erika Echternach Alt Media

Gav Brown is absolutely amazing. I think he stole the show tonight with “Greatest Player.”

-Gerry Sorensen WAAY Radio (Ohio, USA)

• Over 1.7 million video views!

• All tracks off the Sound Circus album have Australian radio airplay with strong radio rotation in America and Europe.

A regular on the live music scene in Perth, West Australia, Gav Brown has performed his soul-fueled mix of country-rock, folk and pop around Australia, New Zealand, United States of America, Hong Kong and Singapore.  A singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Gavin uses guitar, banjo, piano, harmonica, mandolin, cigar-box guitar and ukulele to craft honest uplifting music that captures the spirit of a traveler. 

Gav released his debut album 'Sound Circus' in November 2018. Peter Pan entering the Tasmanian Country Charts on 5/1/2019 at 33, up to 31 on 12/1/2019, 23 on 19/1/2019, 15 on 26/1/2019, 15 on 2/2/2019, 27  on 8/2/2019, and 36 on 16/2/2019.

The Sound Circus Album has been in the Play MPE  Weekly Charts Top 20 for down loads and streams to radio for 10 weeks!

Adult Contemporary Downloads (January 20th 2019) No. 1, (January 27th 2019) No. 1, (3rd February 2019) No. 4, (10 February 2019) No. 3, (17 February 2019) No. 5, (24 February 2019) No. 11, (3 March 2019) No. 18, (8 March 2019) No. 19, (17 March 2019) No. 5, (24 March 2019) No. 6.

Adult Contemporary Streams (January 20th 2019) No. 1, (January 27th 2019) No. 1, (3rd February 2019) No. 6, (10 February) No.3, (17 February 2019) No. 6, (24 February 2019) No. 13, (3 March 2019) No. 12, (8 March 2019) No. 19, (17 March 2019) No. 5, (24 March 2019) No.12.

Rock Streams (20 January 2019) No. 3, (27 January 2019) No. 7, (10 February) No.6, (17 February 2019) No.19, (17 March 2019) No. 13.

Rock Downloads (20 January 2019) No. 4, (27 January 2019) No. 7, (3 February) No. 20, (10 February)  No. 12, (17 February 2019) No.16,(17 March 2019) No. 18.

Triple A Streams (18 January 2019) No. 13,  (25 January 2019) No. 1, (15 February 2019) No. 17.

Triple A  Downloads (18 January 2019) No. 13,  (25 January 25 2019) No. 4.

Australian Downloads (25 January 2019) No. 1.

Australian Streams (25 January 2019) No. 1, (15 February 2019) No. 5, (22 March 2019) No.14.

Brown has a passion for music which is clear in his songwriting. His influences include George Gershwin, Bruce Springsteen, Sting, James Taylor, Carlos Santana and John Mayer and he has been compared to Tom Waits, The Pogues and Dave Alvin.

Working with the talented producer Charlie Young at Crank Recording, the album features a star-studded lineup of musicians including  Kristian Borring, Lee Buddle, Lucky Oceans, Ian Simpson, Genevieve Wilkins, Chris Reeve, Ric Eastman, Ashley Brooke, Roy Martinez, Kaitlyn Keegan, Sheridan New and Steve Kelly. 

"I feel blessed to have them playing on the album, they really assisted in bringing the songs to life."