Australian singer-songwriter Rhyece O’Neill invokes the blues, rock & roll and country with influences ranging from Iggy Pop, PJ Harvey, Townes Van Zandt & Bob Dylan. This man has shared stages and has received unanimous praises from some of the world’s finest, including Tex Perkins, Spencer P. Jones and White Denim, and he’s the real deal. O’Neill’s trade is the written word. A prolific poet, novelist and songwriter, in the past three years he has written and produced five albums worth of material and a book of poetry. Recently he completed his second novel Run To The Dust based on his experiences as a union delegate working on a huge construction project in the desert.