The Tom Browne Band
The Tom Browne Band are a British Country/Blues band based in Guildford.
Formed in early 2015 and they have just released their first single ‘Grey’. They consist of Kiera on lead vocals/rhythm guitar, Tom on lead guitar, Leon on bass guitar and Josh on Drums. Their influences are bands such as Bon Jovi, Lady Antebellum and Rascal Flatts and their latest single ‘Grey’ has been compared to the likes of Janis Joplin and George Harrison.
They have a fresh new sound which will catch peoples attention and they aim to boost Country and Blues music within the UK. Their latest single ‘Grey’ is available to download now and their new single ‘Mr Oklahoma’ will be out very soon.
Fronted by twin sisters Helen and Nicola Frisby, The Frisbys are an alternative folk-rock band from South London. With the band drawing comparisons to the likes of Fleetwood Mac and First Aid Kit, The Frisbys have gained a reputation for their striking song writing and stirring harmonies.
Following on from the recent success of their second EP ‘The Cause’ (released in January 2016) and their sell – out EP Launch, The Frisbys are looking forward to releasing their next single ‘Gretna’ in September 2016.
‘Breath-taking…..’ FOR FOLK’S SAKE
Irish troubadour Hubert Murray captures the essence of folk, blues and bluegrass at their finest. His blend of “Soulful Folk” encompasses raw talent and a refreshing new roots music sound. Hubert’s bluesy voice is packed full of energy and soul, accompanied by a mix of delicate fingerpicking and fiery hot flatpicking.
Hailing from Co. Galway, Ireland, Hubert is currently based in London and is best known as the lead singer and guitarist of Irish bluegrass fusion band Lands End, and of London based oldtime/ bluegrass supergroup The Hot Rock Pilgrims. He has just released his debut EP Shorten the Road and is currently touring around Ireland and the UK.
“Great slide guitarist, a very talented songwriter & a Fantastic SoulfulVoice” International Americana Music Show
Velvet Engine, the brainchild of Latina Northamptonian San-D Godoy, emerged enthusiastically into our lives and our hearts at the start of 2008. After numerous positive reviews, tours and radio airplay, she introduced occasional band members and in 2012, released her long-awaited debut release ‘Glimpse Of The Sun’, a collection of songs which have been described as”Yearning Pop Folk, with a sprightly butreflective soul”.
Now having released her 2nd EP ‘This Old Hat’, we can expect great things from this new breed of heart-warming pop folk music and Velvet Engine will be sure to drive it in the right direction with her catalogue of honest yet timid and catchy songs.
“Honest and heartfelt (if sometimes a little melancholy), Velvet Engine exude soft and soulful femininity. A pleasant reprise from the days tribulations, these are the perfect sounds to cup-of-tea to. True-life lyrics float effortlessly on hair raising vocals, delicate guitarmanship and “glittering glockenspiels”. This is sweet, smile inducing folky goodness…this is real poetry”. – Hoxton Amp