Clay Blyth is no stranger to the East Coast music scene. With years of touring under his belt, Clay’s reputation grows as
a singer/songwriter in every performance. His combination of vocals, guitar, lap slide guitar, feet rhythms and harmonica create a unique blend of blues/rock and folk ballads.
Clay Blyth grew up in the bush of the Macleay Valley near the small coastal town of Crescent Head. Years of self teaching, playing and writing songs in his shed has now lead him to perform at well known festivals such as, Byron Bays East Coast Blues Festival, Gold Coasts Salt Water Festival, Coffs Harbour International Buskers Festival, Surfers Paradise Festival as well as events within Australia’s surfing industry for Rip Curl, Surfing Queensland and International WQS surfing
events in Queensland.
Clay Blyth based in the South-West of France in 2006 saw him performing at numerous Hotels and Festival along the coast of France. Prior to arrival in France Clay played live on Mid-North Coast ABC Radio and talked about his hopeful accomplishments performing internationally. Success was achieved. International recognition with his song “Flying Free” from his EP “Music is the Antidote” was picked up and used in the French Kitesurfing movie Addikt II by F-One.
Clay’s return home to Australia, later that year, saw him jump straight back in the saddle and form a side project “Red Wine.” The band won Byron Bay’s Vocal Local competition, winning recording time at 301 Studio’s. Out of this recording came the creation of “Relief” and “Goodvibes.”
2010 Clay recorded his first solo album “Stone Road” at Heaven Studio’s in Yamba’s hinterland, which has seen him see great success in his solo career. Interviewed on 98.9 FM “For The Best Country,” late December 2010. “Stone Road” is an album of stories and life experiences that are easily related to. Stone Road will definitely take you on a humble journey of life.