Category Archives: Singer-Songwriter

Hurray for the Riff Raff – Forthcoming live dates

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Hurray for the Riff Raff have announced a string of low-key UK shows in January. The short tour will include the band’s first London show since 2014 and a hop across the channel to play the Paradiso in Amsterdam.



January 2017
Weds 18th London, Sebright Arms *SOLD OUT*
Thurs 19th Newcastle, Cluny 2
Fri 20th Glasgow, Celtic Connections at Drygate
Sat 21st Bristol, The Lantern
Tues 24th Amsterdam, Paradiso Upstairs

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Introducing……. Lindsay Munroe



Written over a period of 18 months then recorded in London during a four-day spell with producer Chris Hamilton, Lindsay Munroe’s debut EP is a beautifully-assembled collection of atmospheric folk that draws from the same creative well as early Sharon Van Etten and Chan Marshall.

‘One Day Will Break’ EP released on 29th November.

Lindsay Munroe – Live
29th Nov – Eagle Inn, Manchester (EP launch event)
9th Dec – Anchor Coffee House, Manchester

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Courtney Marie Andrews – Put The Fire Out



Don’t miss Courtney opening for The Handsome Family on the following UK dates:
21 Feb – NORWICH, Arts Centre
22 Feb – MANCHESTER, RNCM
23 Feb – GLASGOW, St Luke’s
24 Feb – EDINBURGH, The Caves
25 Feb – GATESHEAD, Sage 2
27 Feb – LEEDS, Brudenell Social Club
28 Feb – BRISTOL, St George’s
2 Mar – LONDON, Union Chapel
3 Mar – BRIGHTON, Concorde 2

“How Quickly Your Heart Mends” is out 20th January on Loose and available to pre-order now on 180g turquoise vinyl, CD & download.

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Imelda May – Call Me

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Imelda May as you’ve never have heard her before, ‘Call Me’ is a delicate cathartic ballad and the first single and  lead track from Imelda’s forthcoming 2017 album which see’s the Irish songstress undergo a musical and stylistic makeover with the new record being produced by Americana legend T Bone Burnett.

“I always loved the Fifties rockabilly style but there was a point where I felt I was almost dressing up as Imelda May. It was as if I was getting into character for a gig. And I didn’t want to do that anymore. This is me.”

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