Author: Pete Sargeant

Imagination feat. Leee John – Retropia

We have much time for Leee John. He makes great records, can readily turn his hand to jazz and we have never seen him give a bad performance, rather he has given some of the best we have seen, singing like an angel and giving his muscular band room to explore the funk. Here we have a set of twelve new songs plus some extra’s. And very welcome, too.

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CousteauX – CousteauX

This early 2000s act returns with a new album and adding a letter to their group name. Cousteaux is in essence a duo of deep-voiced singer originally from Cork Liam KcKahey plus Davey Ray Moor, and Aussie born in Beirut.

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The King’s Parade – Marching On

We caught this act out at The Walled Garden Festival in deepest Kent and were pleased to find in conversation with them after their set that the material was their own. The nearest reference points might perhaps be The Gin Blossoms, Squeeze and Crowded House however for us it was the touch of Hall & Oates that made their performance special. We have now lined them up against the wall to explain themselves …thank you all, gentlemen for your entertaining responses…

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Under The Apple Tree Announces January 2018 London Show

Under The Apple Tree Announces January 2018 London Show. The show takes place on Tuesday 30th January 2018.  Jacob Blickenstaff Under The Apple Tree has announced a special one-off show of musicians and sisters Shelby Lynn & Alison Moorer. The show takes place at Cadogan Hall, London, United Kingdom on Tuesday 30th January 2018. Shelby Lynne and Alison Moorer have recently released their first collaboration album ‘Not Dark Yet’ and it features inspired interpretations of songs from the likes of Nick Cave, Nirvana, Jason Isbell and The Killers. ‘Not Dark Yet’ is the sisters’ first collaboration album, having released a...

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