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Sandy’s third album “Reflections” mostly consists of songs that he has written over the past few years. He has also included a few covers of songs by some of his favourite artists. Includes “Meet Me At The Beach”
This six-track EP includes two of Patsy’s original songs “Honky Tonk Girl”, related to her trip to the US in 2016 and “Just an Ordinary Joe” about Billy The Kid”, plus four covers.
The London-based singer-songwrtier is very proud of this album. It includes six songs about important issues such as self-harming, suicide, FGM, bullying, losing control and global warming. Includes “We Know It’s True” and “We Will Never Surrender”
A compilation featuring eight tracks from the UK singer-songwriter. Includes “Sad To Be Hopelessly In Love”
The 2021 album from the prodigal son of Liverpool music is his first since signing to independent label Fretsore Records. The album is co-produced by John Jenkins and Jon Lawton (Sami Yusuf, Only Child, Visons of Albion) and mastered by Pete Maher (The Rolling Stones, U2, Patti Smith). Includes “Strangers On The Train”
The debut album from the Bristol-based singer-songwriter contains an eclectic mix of songs, with a respectful nod to classic songcraft, whilst incorporating his own brand of quirks. Includes “White Roses”
Recorded mostly during lockdown, the album is the result of a chance meeting between Phil and former Nashville drummer and producer Justin Johnson in Phil’s hometown Scarborough.
The songs reflect the emphasis Phil places on lyrics, telling stories of everyday people and their emotions.
The 2021 album from the Kansas-based steel guitarist. Includes “Distant Drums” and “He’s So Fine”
The 2021 album from Dutch duo Gerrie & Ron.
The album gives its own twist to country music. The thoughtful lyrics and great orchestral arrangements of Kees Plat, the duo’s regular lyricist, composer, producer and arranger, and the sound of Gerrie & Ron ensures that this album has a unique sound that’s new to the country music world and certainly suitable for line-dance.
A compilation album of the original songs Glasgow-born Liz Clarke has recorded over the years. Dedicated to all the songwriters, musicians and promoters in Nashville who have helped her develop her career. Includes “Blue Skies Over Georgia”.
Anthology has been a labour of love for Pamela Juelharte, three years in the making. This is a collection of songs written from life-shaping experiences, born from love, heartache, tragedy and triumph, spanning decades of adventure. She hopes they are as much your stories as they are hers. Includes “Rose-Colourd Glasses”
The debut solo recording from Jenny who is one half of The Odd Bods duo.
‘Through my Window’ is her first recorded solo work. Jenny says most, if not all, hearing this song will be able to identify with its sentiment.
The 2020 album from the singer-songwriter who hails from the Annapolis Valley in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia. It is a collection of heartfelt songs that Ruth has written and a few favourites from her band’s playlist.
15 songs. 15 months. One incredible journey.
In search of the moonshine, myth and madness of the Southern USA.
Music that is timeless and of the moment; deeply personal and yet universal.
A 12-track collection of original songs featuring the whole range of roots music. Produced with Nashville-based Thomm Jutz. Includes “Hours”
A five-track EP from the Glaswegian troubadour, teller of songs and singer of tall tales. Inspired by the nom de plume “Le Cowboy Ecossais” carried by hard-travelling Glasgwegian folksinger Elx Campbell in Paris in the 1950s. Includes “Rosalita and Jack Campbell”