Singer songwriter from Dundee, Scotland. Everything I sing/write about is things I’ve lived through or seen with my own eyes. I’ve been playing gigs all over scotland in the past year. I’m currently working on my album now which will be released by October this year.
Joan Roniger and The Good For Nothin Band have been touring internationally since their first record. Playing over 200 shows a year including The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, The French Quarter Festival, The Ingolstadt Blues Festival and numerous concert halls, listening rooms and venues, they focus on original music. Now with their second full length album out, they are scheduled to be in Europe twice in 2019 and continue to build a following in the Southeastern US.
HUX are a London based band with Australian and English backgrounds, that blend catchy melodies, strong rhythms and dynamic harmonies. George (lead vocals / guitar) and Patrick (lead guitar / vocals) began writing together at school and have since been performing in and around London (plus across large parts of the UK for a 5 city tour in 2018) for the past couple of years, while developing their sound and style. They have recently released their first two singles, and are in the process of recording further material at Kensal Town Studios.
Born and raised in the small town of Holywood, Northern Ireland, BEA is a singer-songwriter with a passion for making people feel what they need to feel. She comes from a background of classical music and traditional Irish music however, since her teens has been influenced by artists such as Foy Vance, Hozier and Adele. Her melodies are simple and memorable and are used to bring out her lyrics which are emotive and take the forefront as the most important element of her songs.
Shannon Hynes is very much inspired by the poignant honesty of the storytelling in country music. Due to the fact she has studied this music for the majority of her life, she has honed her craft in captivating you in her lyrical stories. Taking inspiration from past and present leaders in country music, Shannon plans to demonstrate the deep lonesome of the songs she writes with the balance of the innocence and pure tone her vocal executes.
Former Broxton Hundred frontman Richard Lucas is a singer-songwriter hailing from Chester but now based in London. Taking influence from the classic singer-songwriters of the 60s and 70s he produces memorable melodies delivered with a powerful voice.
Having released 2 singles 'Roll the Dice' and 'Always Looking for You' in the last few months both on Sugar Spun Records. He is working on a debut EP while playing shows around the country.
Emma Bradley is a 20 year-old singer-songwriter from London. She has been writing music and playing guitar since she was thirteen years old. Whilst studying a Philosophy degree in Bristol, Emma combines her passion for thought and expression with music and creativity. Her style is ever-evolving, rooting from acoustic music and branching out into alternative or dark pop, her music doesn't want to fit into any box.
Singer/Songwriter/Philanthropist Gracie Schram hails from Kansas City, but her music has taken her around the world performing in London, Sweden, China, Brazil, and more. Schram’s indie pop sound continues to win her new fans on tour, opening for artists including David Archuleta and Ingrid Michaelson. Schram's latest release, Dear Fall, hit #2 on iTunes and lead single, Anywhere You Go, was played on Sirius XM The Pulse. Gracie’s career is firmly rooted in her humanitarian spirit.
Olivia is a singer/songwriter from London, who performs alongside her full-time career as a journalist. Her influences range from Gabrielle Aplin and Regina Spektor to Daughter and Bon Iver.
Sam la vie is the musical attempt to write songs with a simple heart: the storytelling of an infinite journey within, from the darkest of places to the most blissful moment.