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Lachy Doley Celebrates Ten Years With New Release

By Stuart Coupe.

Dubbed the Jimi Hendrix of the Hammond Organ, Lachy Doley is the most celebrated Blues/Soul/Rock Organ player in the world today. Alongside powerhouse drummer Jackie Barnes and Joel Burton on bass, The Lachy Doley Group are an super energetic Soul/Blues force that perform as if their lives depend on it.

The Lachy Doley Group are an Australian band that’s almost entirely build their worldwide following on the reputation of their live show.

The year 2020 marks 10 years for Lachy Doley as a solo artist. In 2010 Lachy was Australia’s top session keys man for the likes of Powderfinger and Jimmy Barnes. Come 2020, he’s become a globally celebrated original recording and touring artist. A regular on the European, Canadian, and US summer festival circuits leaving rave reviews and viral live videos wherever he performs.

To celebrate this milestone Lachy has just released a very special album titled DOUBLE FIGURES featuring 2 new incredible covers of VOODOO CHILD and GIMME SOME LOVIN plus 8 new remastered versions of some of his most loved tunes.

Long being referred to as “The Jimi Hendrix of the Keys”. Now further reinforced by his extremely rare Whammy Clavinet that wails and screams all over this new version of Hendrix’s VOODOO CHILD. Together with the downright rocking version of GIMME SOME LOVIN and these first 2 singles have clocked up over 5 million views and streams collectively even before the album has been released.

DOUBLE FIGURES is out today on VINYL, CD, and Digital. The vinyl is very much a collector’s item with only 400 made. Packaged in a beautiful dark grey/silver foil fold-out cover with a super cool transparent vinyl inside.

Said Lachy, “10 years ago, I could never have imagined I would be where I am today. Surrounded by so many fans and music lovers spanning every inch of the globe. You guys have enabled me to tour so many incredible countries and have so many amazing experiences. Thank you so much. Here’s to the next 10 years”

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