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// about

From the Mountains of Tasmania to the coastal surf of NSW, Welter is producing outstanding music for the good life

Fans from all over the world describe their songwriting as being conscious, aware of the world and the community around them, uplifting and engaging their audience, almost connected to them.

 

Welter is Elliott Weston: Acoustic Guitar/Vocals, Dave Williams: Drums & Jacob Parker: Bass. Coming from different styles of folk music through to hard rock/groove, their diverse musical influences are drawn from the US, Canada, England and Ireland, then blended in the Australian landscape. Music that matters in our lives.

 

Welter is a truly unique band, being they all work in the wine industry, as well as being very gifted musicians. They have an incredible amount of wine industry knowledge between them, this also plays a big part in who they are. Music for the good life. Songs about things that matter, family, friendship, love and loss. Life events are always better with good company, delicious food, great wine and the power of Welter’s music, just listen.   

“The breadth, tonal range and expressive quality of Elliott Weston's voice are a delight.”
Sydney Morning Herald feature Album

“Welter have recorded an uncommonly beautiful album…..Whatever’s going through Elliott Weston's head has made for one of the finest locally produced albums released”
John Tingwell, Drum Media, Album Review

Elliott has this ability to capture a moment, an experience or an event and tell that story that immerses the listener in a vocal audio journey of images and soundscape but at the same time allowing them to embrace and relate it to their own life story.

 

Welter now have three albums, a solo release and their first release EP, all have been regarded as some of the best releases around to date, this band is a true testament to music 

that matters in our lives. Their music will live long after they’ve moved on.

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