Here are some of the artists we are helping "Look for Europe in 2019 "
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Celsi, Bragg and Maitland is an American/Irish pop/acoustic trio that has toured the UK several times, playing capacity shows at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival, The Green Note in London, String Theory in Hawick, The Greys in Brighton and Woodstock Acoustic, among many others.
We are now booking dates for our summer 2018 UK Tour!
Los Angeles pop-rockers Anny Celsi and Nelson Bragg team up with Dublin’s Duncan Maitland to form a high-energy, high-flying acoustic trio. It’s beatnik cool, rainyday sunshine pop: Brill Building hooks, Byrds-y harmonies and Beatle-esque psychedelia!
ANNY CELSI: “…one of L.A.’s smartest and catchiest pop songwriters.” – LA Weekly
NELSON BRAGG: ‘Pet Sounds’ percussionist and vocalist with Brian Wilson’s Band
DUNCAN MAITLAND: From Ireland’s Picturehouse and Pugwash
Anny Celsi’s style has been described as “beatnik cool,” “pop-noir,” and “slightlydelic pop jangle,” with comparisons to Suzanne Vega, Jackie DeShannon and Chrissie Hynde. Her CD “Tangle-Free World” was described by one reviewer as “… Byrdsian jangle and exquisite psyche-pop harmonies, perfect for a long car drive.” Between touring and recording as percussionist/vocalist with The Brian Wilson Band, Nelson Bragg has also found time to release two critically acclaimed albums of his own, most notably “Day Into Night.” Duncan Maitland has plied his 12-string with British pop heroes Picturehouse, Pugwash and XTC. His CD “Lullabies for the 21st Century” has been hailed as “a trip through the acid-tinged English foothills of rainyday sunshine pop.”
"[The Road to Glasgow] captures that magical time when vocal harmonies, sweet melodies, memorable songs and psychedelic overtones gave birth to the L.A.'s Byrds and London's Fairport Convention." - Robert Kinsler, Rock n' Roll Truth
For more information contact Ragazza Music, Los Angeles, CA
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