Listen again to the great Ralph McLean chatting to Hub founder Rob Ellen on BBC Radio Ulster about his quest to encourage concerts in peoples own homes, when the Medicine Show toured Ireland this year with Chuck Hawthorne and Libby Koch (featuring interview and session with them too) 35 minutes into the show.(click picture)
Added by Lisa Redford on February 20, 2011 at 21:01 — No Comments
I will be touring in Ireland and England from May 18-June 1st...
I am an American singer/songwriter, available to perform at House Concerts.
For more information on me and what I do go to:Continue
Added by Kevin Danzig on February 16, 2011 at 19:52 — No Comments
With lots of enthousiasm we announce the arrival of our new cd 'Stormy Weather Blues'. This contains a mix of brand new and a little older, protracted and a little shorter, heavy and a little softer songs. The tracklist looks like this :
1 On Shaky Grounds We Stand
2 Boys Named Bastard
3 Bobby Nixxon's Blues…Continue
Added by Grant Moff Tarkin on February 9, 2011 at 15:22 — No Comments
Added by Fash Stewart on February 5, 2011 at 15:44 — No Comments
Sean Russell is a singer/songwriter from Dallas' sister city of Fort Worth, Texas. He does not wear cowboy hats, does not know JR Ewing, or sing "Twang" but he is not the typical "I wanna be John Mayor" singer/songwriter type either. He may best be categorized as Indie / Americana though he calls his music "hi-voltage freestyle rock", which is his way of dodging the question. The roots are there, but so are the solid hooks. He has released two albums in the US, both produced in Dallas…
Added by Sean Russell on February 5, 2011 at 5:53 — No Comments
After much huffing and puffing, cursing and swearing I'm pleased to tell you, if you've not already noticed, that the up todate Mashers / Acoustic Rotherham News Blogs are back in the RSS corner of the profile.
You can of course also find it by heading directly HERE
Why is this important? - well it means you can now tune into the best Web Site for Acoustic Music in South…Continue
Added by Richard Millard (Masher) on February 3, 2011 at 13:55 — No Comments