Annie Keating is back on these shores – and she’s ready to rock.
We’re joined At The Barrier by Throw The Fight guitarist Kris Weiser whose Why I Love subject is Every Time I Die.
Olivia Ross, from The Shee, in a solo set (Grace The Blue) where she keeps the faith over many levels.
No frills but a surfeit of throbbing thrills from Phil Campbell and the gang.
Alaskan singer-songwriter Ava Earl offers another preview of her forthcoming album. This time, it’s the title track.
Irish pipes, Scottish music. (Live with it!). Calum Stewart goes True North.
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.
We’re at Colne R&B Festival for an early date with the imperious duo of Seafoam Green.
Dust Radio take the opportunity to showcase their studio material at the outer extremities of the Colne R & B Festival. And they nailed it!
‘Ancient Northumbrian Futurism’ : Kathryn Tickell delivers what it says on the tin.
Soen strike with album #6 with the edges buffed and softened.
Deeply personal musings from Canadian singer-songwriter Christina Martin on her 8th album.
Alligator Records do not abandon blues veterans in preference for contemporary artists. They recognise the quality ofCoco Montoya’s first soulful blues album for 4 years