Having clocked up a multitude of miles in their tour van, the 2015 Group Of The Year (Australian Blues Music Awards) has not only developed a reputation as one of the hardest working bands in the country but has also picked up a swag of acco¬lades along the way including Best Blues Album for their debut
release Move Me (2013 SA Blues & Roots), Best Blues Artist (2014 South Australian Music Awards) and nominations for Song Of The Year (Hole In My Pocket, 2015 Australian Blues Music Awards) and Most Popular Blues/Roots Artist (2016 SAM Awards). Now on the brink of release, their brand new offering Pock¬et The Black has been judged the 2016 Blues Album Of The Year (Adelaide Roots & Blues Association).
Showcasing the respective talents of Evan Whetter (vocal, organ & harmonica), Erica Graf (guitar) & Mario Marino (drums), Pocket The Black will be released on September 16th and Lazy Eye will be touring throughout October and November.
“It’s easy to see why Lazy Eye have been getting the plaudits they easily deserve. It’s the blues done well with soul and passion.” Music SA
“It’s a pleasure to see a weather-beaten Hammond fronting a band and even more so when it’s wielded with style. Such is the case with Adelaide blues outfit Lazy Eye” The Australian