Dean Carroll – who performs under the guise of Earth Worker – launches his new single titled ‘Who’s Coming Along’ which is taken from his debut album due out towards the end of the year. The single will be available for free download via his official website www.earthworker.com.au and Dean will hit the road to launch it supporting ASH GRUNWALD on his New South Wales dates.
Dean Carroll was born December 23rd in Windsor, Sydney. Dean spent his infant years under the strict seven year schedule of classical piano directed and influenced by his Mother and older sister. From here Dean rocked his way through high schoolon guitar and bass guitar writing classic alternative hard rock and Metal. It was here Dean started teaching himself to sing and play anything he wanted. Years past and Dean found himself in five years of service singing for Sydney four piece Metal Core outfit. This gave Dean all his songwriting, singing and industry experience which finally led him to the writing of Seeds of Light his debut solo album due out Summer 2011.
Dean spent the best part of six months travelling Australia busking and writing the album – which is still blessed with riffs and melodies he’s held onto since 2007.
Originally beginning his journey down in southern NSW Perisher Valley, dean ventured back up the east coast of Australia all the way to Cairns and then across the desert and north to Darwin. With nothing but his guitar and Didge Dean survived and lit the way he envisioned his song writing to become.
Dean has now independently recorded and produced his debut Full Length Album ‘Seeds of Light’ which will be released and distributed by New Justice Records Summer 2011.
Dean will also be touring Australia this coming year and in to the next backing his album and single release sometimes
Saturday June 19: Winter Magic Festival, Katoomba, NSW
Wednesday June 30: Baroque Bar, Katoomba, NSW
Thursday July 1: Steel Mantra body mod & piercing, Windsor, NSW
Friday July 2: Fitzroy Hotel, Windsor, NSW
Thursday July 15: Happy Yess, Darwin, NT
Saturday July 24: Happy Yess, Darwin, NT