Australian multi-instrumentalist and endless crooner, Cameron Avery has taken a side step in his career and is venturing into the solo world with a deep and essential album, Ripe Dreams, Pipe Dreams. His previous positions with Pond and Tame Impala have given Avery a shot at the spotlight with a current tour underway reaching many old and new fans. The Teragram Ballroom in the Downtown L.A. district had all the right elements for a spectacular show from an immensely talented musician.
Harnessing the powers of artist like Frank Sinatra, Etta James and Elvis, his latest release has a lot to say about how music inspires another artist. With a mixed bag of dynamic rock operas to gritty ballads, Avery included a few surprises for the L.A. crowd. He paused during his set to introduce and bring out special guests, Chase Cohl, on a Righteous Brothers cover of “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’” and Jonathan Wilson, who jammed out on the track of the night “C’est Toi.” Cameron Avery latest release Ripe Dreams, Pipe Dreams has garnished critical acclaim and is bring the new tunes to Europe this Spring.