Tamas Wells

Acoustic music, Musical Artist


Who is Tamas Wells?

Tamas Wells is an Australian singer-songwriter based in Rangoon, Burma. Wells first came to attention in his home country in 2002 with airplay of a three-track demo, Cigarettes, a Tie and a Free Magazine, recorded with three friends. They followed this up with an EP, Stitch in Time, the same year. The band took off in 2004 when they were spotted by record producer Tim Whitten and invited to record their debut album, A Mark on the Pane, with Popboomerang Records. Beginning that year, they performed five national tours.

In early 2006 Wells relocated to Rangoon, Burma, to participate in a community health HIV/AIDS education project. The band's second album, A Plea en Vendredi, appeared later that year. In addition to the Australian release by Popboomerang, agreements were entered into with Inpartmaint and Pocket Records for the album to be released in Japan and China respectively. In August 2007, the band performed a sell-out tour of four Japanese cities. Wells' third album, Two Years in April was released in 2008, and was followed by tours of Australia, China, Japan and Singapore in 2009 and 2010. In 2010 Thirty People Away the fourth album, was released and followed by a tour in China.

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  • Wells, Tamas
  • Australia

on July 23, 2013


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