Reissue of a piece of lost treasure from Norwich’s quirky pop masters, Penguins Go Pop. 14 riveting and hilarious stories, guaranteed to cut through the deepest moods.
John has been a music obsessive since he first heard 'Love Me Do' seeping out of the family radio in 1962. he spent a career in the rail industry before turning back to his first love of music. He plays bass guitar and melodeon, loves folk/rock and lives in Warwick.
Sweet melodies, tight harmonies and lots of nifty picking – Antwerp Appalachians Paris Texas show what they can do.
After the preliminaries, here’s the main event. Alaskan singer-songwriter Ava Earl gets brutally honest – with herself, as well as with us.
Annie Keating is back on these shores – and she’s ready to rock.
Alaskan singer-songwriter Ava Earl offers another preview of her forthcoming album. This time, it’s the title track.
Another sneak preview of the forthcoming album from US super-duo, My Sister My Brother. Prepare to hear harmonies like you’ve never heard before
A delightful short collection of tunes and songs from Anglo-Welsh duo Filkin’s Drift – and news of a very special carbon-clear tour!
Melbourne Band, the Paper Kites relocate to Campbells Creek and mine a crock of gold on At The Roadhouse.
Deeply personal musings from Canadian singer-songwriter Christina Martin on her 8th album.
Two of our finest singer-songwriters channel the lesser-known works of Don Everly. Rab Noakes’s final studio recordings
Alaskan singer-songwriter Ava Earl whets our appetite for what promises to be a very special forthcoming album…
The story continues – two more albums from National Treasures Stackridge get the Cherry Red deluxe reissue treatment
Long-overdue live album from Anglo-Dutch shanty crew Pyrates. Guaranteed to fill your sails and get your old timbers a-creakin’!
A reminder of the upcoming UK tour dates by Annie Keating.
10 country classics – reworked with typical love and precision by Teddy Thompson… With a little help from some talented friends.