Australian singer/songwriter MICK HART has been touring the world for the past 15 years, playing festivals and concerts all over Australia, France, Holland, Germany, Denmark, Switzerland, Belgium, England, Ireland, Scotland, Japan and the USA.
Praised all over the globe by critics and fans including BEN HARPER and JEFF BUCKLEY’s ex-manager DAVE LORY, MICK has played support to BOB DYLAN, COLDPLAY, STING, VAN MORRISON, PAUL WELLER, GOMEZ, TAJ MAHAL, ZWAN, THE PRETENDERS, PAUL KELLY, JOHN BUTLER TRIO and many more.
ARIA nominated for “Best Blues and Roots” back in 2002, Mick is currently celebrating his 8th studio album UNDER A VACANT SKY. A brilliant mix of soulful Indie Folk, from beautiful and intimate acoustic to blistering dirty blues. 13 tracks in total that feature Mick and band in inspired form.
Still The Flowers Bloom (2001)
Upside Down In The Full Face Of Optimism (2002)
No Compromise (2004)
Finding Home (2007)
What Lies Beneath (2009)
Where I Go (2009)
Side By Side (2012)
Under a Vacant Sky (2014)
Kill Yourself For Love (1999)
If You Could (2003)
Plus Mick’s dirty rocking side project MONKEY BOY album “Bananas and Other Things (2005).
“Sweet, solitary songs of loss and redemption. Angelic acoustica…”
BEAT MAG, AUSTRALIA
“A beautiful collection of folk pop gems. Soothing, soulful and poetic…”
A FINE LINE, AUSTRALIA
“Insightful and searingly honest lyrics combined with clean and simple guitar, FINDING HOME is the perfect addition to MICK’s catalogue. Divinely constructed…”
TSUNAMI MAG, AUSTRALIA
“The best male singer/songwriter in Australian music…”
“Mick Hart is an exceptional new genius…”
“Heart rendingly beautiful…”
ROLLING STONE, AUSTRALIA
“The passionate architect of a world on edge, Mick Hart is also an outstanding singer who does not fear vertigo.A new voice to explore…”
ROCK SOUND, FRANCE
“Mick Hart is on the verge of conquering the world…This ‘little brother’ of Jeff Buckley (same feeling, same drawling voice and same skills for songwriting) should quickly find a place on the international scene…”
NOUVEL OBSERVATEUR, FRANCE