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Dec
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20 Dec 2018

“as far as I’m concerned she can walk on water”
Mike Harding, Radio 2 “Smith could become to Scottish folk what Joni Mitchell is to its Californian cousin”
Q Magazine “Smith deserves to become yet another new folk celebrity”
The Guardian...

Mar
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1 Mar 2019
Feb
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6 Feb 2019

Brian Fallon is the lead singer and guitarist for The Gaslight Anthem.

Mar
14
 
14 Mar 2019

Naturally Seven is an internationally recognized a capella group based in New York. Their a capella style is referred to as "Vocal Play". Members are Garfield Buckley, Rod Eldridge, Warren Thomas, Jamal Reed, Roger Thomas, Dwight Stewart, and Armand "Hops" Hutton. Every sound heard during a...

Mar
30
 
30 Mar 2019

The BBC Big Band, originally known as the BBC Radio Big Band is a British big band run under the auspices of the BBC. Widely regarded as the UK’s leading and most versatile jazz orchestra, the band broadcasts exclusively on BBC Radio, particularly on BBC Radio 2's long running series Big Band...

May
23
 
23 May 2019

The Fureys originate from a musical family from Ballyfermont, Dublin. Davey Arthur from scotland joined the Furey brothers.

Dec
18
 
18 Dec 2018

Hipsway were a Scottish pop/rock band whose style has been described as 'white soul/ funk'.

The band were formed in Glasgow in 1984 by ex-Altered Images guitarist Johnny McElhone on bass, and featuring Grahame Skinner (vocals), Pim Jones (guitar) and Harry Travers (drums). They were...

Mar
29
 
29 Mar 2019
UFO

There is more than one artist with this name: 1) UFO is a British hard rock/heavy metal band that was formed in 1969, with lead singer Phil Mogg, guitarist Mick Bolton, Pete Way on bass, and drummer Andy Parker. UFO was a transitional band between the rock of...

Apr
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12 Apr 2019

Canvey Island-based bluesman whose choppy guitar style was prominent in early Dr Feelgood. One of the most important additions to the blues canon of the latter 20th century.