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Dumb Instrument are winners of The Billy Kelly Songwriter Award. the album Silent Beard will be released on Monday 30th June?
Suffering From Scottishness The Video http://youtu.be/sSS34o9WjpU
Now over 8,000 youtube plays.
"Should this be the next Scottish National Anthem" - The Daily Record
Dumb Instrument Silent Beard launch June 28 Oran Mor Glasgow as part of the West End Festival.
I've just join this group. Good to see that Americana music is strong in the UK.
I recently started promoting gigs in Aberdeen, Scotland, concentrating on Americana/Country/Roots music with the aim of bringing more regular gigs to Aberdeen.
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Stiv Cantarelli and the Silent Strangers are back in town at the beginning of March. They're recording their second album with Pete Bennett of Morning Bride in the producer's chair. Thy'll be playing three gigs while they're here, at What's Cookin', Leytonstone (5 Mar); Blues Kitchen, Camden (6 Mar); The Others, Stoke Newington (8 Mar). The last of these is a special and-of-tour/album wrap party, also featuring Mollys Daggers and The Dublo. Tickets are available now from http://www.wegottickets.com/event/259067
I'd really like to see this group site promote one of your amazing living legends...Frank Turner (and the Sleeping Souls). He'll be back to North America this year and should be at the top of everyone's list for best live experience.
With their line-up now spread across the UK, Morning Bride reconvene for a special Christmas show in the intimate surrounds of The Railway Tavern Ale House, Dalston, London N16 on Friday 13 December. Support comes from Laura Tenschert. Admission is free and kick-off is 8pm.
The Lucky Strikes return with their fourth album 'The Exile And The Sea' with a hometown launch show at Club Riga, Westcliff-on-Sea on Friday 18 October. Tickets available from https://www.wegottickets.com/fbtswgt/event/237371
Homegrown UK Paisley Underground band The Wild Flowers play the second of their reunion shows on Saturday 19 October. Having already played a hometown show in Wolverhampton in August, they head down to London to play the What's Cookin' club at The Crown, 692 High Rd, Leytonstone, E11. They're supported by Marc Jeffrey of original Paisley Undergrounders, The Band Of Outsiders, and London newcomers Mark & The Clouds.Admission, as is usual on What's Cookin' nights, is free with the hat pased round for the bands.Formed in Wolverhampton in 1983, The Wild Flowers were initially part of the mid-eighties indie-jangle scene until their guitarist jumped ship to form The Mighty Lemon Drops. Recruiting new boy Dave Atherton, the band developed a much more American sound and soon built a strong national following as the support band of choice for visiting US Paisley Underground bands. Releasing a string of indie hit singles including ‘A Kind Of Kingdom’ and ‘Take Me for A Ride’, followed by the album Sometime Soon, they became the first British band to sign to legendary West Coast label Slash (Los Lobos, Violent Femmes, Green On Red) whose parent company Warner Bros fronted a reputed million dollar advance. Upping sticks to Hollywood with noted producer Matt Wallace (REM, The Replacements), their next album, the classic Tales Like These, was unleashed in 1990 on a UK public unfortunately more interested in Madchester and the rave scene. Frontman Neal Cook later returned with the alt.country band Saltflat, but the Flowers’ cult popularity has never waned and this is the second of only two reunion shows, inspired by their still loyal fanbase. This is a do-not-miss gig for all fans of alt.country and the Paisley Underground.
The Medicine Show podcast is now 2 hours, I'm doing an extra hour, imaginatively called "The Extra Hour" so I have more room for everyone's music and to plug your gigs, so let me know, if your touring.
Following on from the release of his acclaimed Born In The Summer album, Austin via New York songwriter Ash Gray returns to the UK at the end of July for a string of London dates.Born in the US to British parents, Gray first began to make inroads into the UK music scene when he visited from Austin, Texas and assembled the Anglo-American ‘punk-grass’ band, the High-Class Family Butchers. Achieving notoriety (and some airplay) with their back-porch covers of pop classics and guerrilla-gigging, the Butchers have continued over the years with a flexible line-up including members of Menlo Park, The Ralfe Band and folk poster-boy Seth Lakeman’s band. For a time they even included Harper ‘Son of Paul’ Simon, oddly enough.Ash will be playing at....Tues 23 The Royal Sovereign, Northwold Rd N16 (High Class Family Butchers reunion)Wed 24 What's Cookin' @ The Crown, Leytonsone High Rd E11 (with The Ugly Guys & Bob Collum)Thur 25 The Railway Tavern ale House, St Jude St, Dalston N16Fri 26 The Carpenter's Arms, Cambridge Heath Rd, Bethnal Green Sun 28 Come Down and Meet The Folks, The apple Tree, Mt Pleasant WC1
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