'Live' in the UK: A Farewell to The Pitmen Poets

Live’ in the UK: A Farewell to – The Pitmen Poets “…it was most definitely standing room only as the audience filled the room (and beyond) to be equally moved and amused by songs spanning two centuries”. (Living Tradition Review, Costa Del Folk) The Pitmen Poets celebrate the songs, humour, and culture of North East England's Coal Mining tradition, bringing together four of the region's leading champions of it's musical heritage. Ex-Lindisfarne & Jack The Lad singer and writer Billy Mitchell, Song Man from London’s West End musical Warhorse, Bob Fox, leading exponent of Tyneside song Benny Graham, and much-covered BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards nominee songwriter Jez Lowe - individually and collect

Nazareth - 'live' in Scotland!

“From the start it’s obvious that in Carl Sentance Nazareth have not only a worthy replacement but also someone that can take the band forward….Nazareth are here to continue and are on top form.” (Simon Dunkerley, Get Ready To Rock!, Steelhouse Festival) AVAILABLE FOR INTERVIEWS http://youtu.be/9Avq6MKf8To (‘Hair of The Dog’, Sturgis South Dakota) At their peak, Nazareth were huge, selling vast quantities of albums and hit singles, pulling in enormous crowds to their shows all over the world. Like all the best bands, Nazareth came from humble roots. They formed in Dunfermline, Scotland, and played the Scottish clubs throughout the 1960’s in their original incarnation as the Shadettes. The na

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