We’ll start with what might have been a world premiere but we suspect that RAY COOPER has gone public with it already. Whatever – it’s a stunning version of Bob Dylan’s ‘Seven Curses’ and is in Ray’s current live set.
Our old friend, Trevor Midgley, better known to the cognoscenti as BEAU has a new album, The Magic Of Public Relations on the horizon. Here’s the first official video, ‘Sex, Drugs & Ballroom Dancing’.
ALISON LUPTON wrote ‘Away’ after she learned that her great uncle was one of over 100,000 British children sent to Canada during the Child Emigration Movement. Her band includes Tony McManus, Shane Cook, Richard Arrowsmith and Joseph Phillips.
FABIAN HOLLAND will release his third album later this year after spending some time away from the music business. Here’s the first single, ‘Another Monday’.
‘Brother In Arms’ is the next track to be lifted from the upcoming EP, The Fun Part, by GUISE.
AMINAH HUGHES shares the grooves with gospel quartet The McCray Sisters on her single ‘Tell Me It’s Over’.
Harbottle & Jonas are now the HARBOTTLE & JONAS TRIO. ‘Liverpool City’ is from their latest album The Sea Is My Brother and this special live performance was filmed by the father of third member Annie Baylis.
No apologies for finishing with ROBB JOHNSON again. ‘Coincidents On The Circle Line’ is from his excellent new album, Eurotopia.