Where Is Amos Roach Now? Wikipedia Bio To Know
Amos Roach is living among his people, trying to uphold the legacy of the great Archie Roach.
Like his father, Amos is also a Gunditjmara and a cultural practitioner. He has written and sung many songs that have made him a recipient of several awards.
Moreover, Amos has been playing keyboard, guitar, bass, and Yidaki since he was eight years old and is acknowledged as one of Australia’s best Yidaki players. He has regularly performed with various bands and artists like Dave Arden, Black Magic, and No Fixed Address.
In addition to that, he has also performed with his father, Archie Roach and Ruby Hunter, and the Roach Family Band.
As a result, he won the first-ever First Nations Artist in Residence in 2021, an inaugural award winner. Also, he is a terrific dancer and choreographer.
Legendary Aboriginal musician, songwriter and artist Archie Roach has died at age 66.— 10 News First (@10NewsFirst) July 30, 2022
The news of the Gunditjmara (Kirrae Whurrong/Djab Wurrung), Bundjalung Senior Elder's passing was confirmed by sons Amos and Eban Roach in a post on social media. pic.twitter.com/4pch62RSiy