Baxter’s music is a journey that visits blues, bluegrass, alt-country and rock and has been known to write a pop song with a mean left hook.
Baxter Stone is an Australian musician who has played in bands from Adelaide to London. Adelaide Bands Primitive Painters, Puppethead and Melbourne Bands Lipstick Jack, Two Dollar Moon being the most notable with forged a duelling guitar with singer songwriter Jim Gamack.
Slowburning is the result of a collaboration with Baxter Stone and Alun Lane. While Baxter was living in London.
The two musicians met at an open mic jam night in London that Baxter was hosting and built the album from single solo performances recorded by Baxter originally as demos and instrumentation was added by Alun Lane.
Alun Lane is a London born and bred musician a session guitarist and multi instrumentalist who contributed drums, bass, guitar, keyboards and various instruments to the compositions.
Baxter also plays some additional bass, guitar and keyboards.
David Williams plays bass on some tracks