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The second album by the Norfolk-based country music songwriter contains 14 self-penned songs. The album was produced by Jeff Gallant and features Stu Payne on lead guitar. Includes “(I’m A) Happy Man”.
An album of the band’s favourite songs recorded during the Covid lockdowns. Includes a cover of Toby Keith’s “Don’t Let The Old Man In”, a bluegrass version of Adele’s “Rolling In The Deep” and Chuck Berry’s “Johnny B Goode” in a brooding Louisiana style.
Jason second solo album since releasing “Contrast” in 2016 to much acclaim. The ten tracks on the album include the singles “Fortunate Sons”, “Letter”, “Train Rolls On” and “California Girl”.
The 2023 album from Essex-based Marc is dedicated to his cousin Sean who passed away unexpectedly in 2021. The ten tracks are inspired by the pair’s childhood and the places they grew up and played.
An album of original songs from Blackpool-based duo Ashli and Gary. Includes “Kickin’ Off My Boots”
The debut album from the powerhouse duo, performing a mixture of country, bluegrass, Americana & original songs
The second album of original songs from the Chester-based Americana/country rock band.
The 2023 EP from Swedish country pop singer and pianist Jessica Falk was developed over several years in Nashville, where the songs were written and recorded.
Keith’s long-awaited sixth album of original songs was released in September 2023 and is exclusively available through UKCountryRadio.com.
A 5-track EP from the Northumberland-based singer, songwriter and keyboard player
The 2023 release from Cheshire-based The Far North, showcasing the solo work of Lee Wylding. The songs are aimed at at anyone who has obviously felt love, loss, hope, and despair. Includes “Home Sweet Home”.
The Britain’s Got Talent star’s 2023 country/Americana EP, inspired by the icons of the 1960s.
Includes “Into You”
The 2023 album from the New York based Americana singer-songwriter is another superb collaboration with guitarist/producer Teddy Kumpel.
The first full-length album from the Australian singer-songwriter features gritty acoustic songwriting done raw and stripped back to its very core.
The second solo album from the Scarborough-based Americana singer-songwriter. Includes “Some Say” and “The Key”
The debut solo album from Sheffield-based country singer-songwriter Russel Kitchin follows many years of success as lead singer of the award-winning band Badlands.