EP REVIEW Artist: Rachael Dunn EP: Placing Stars Reviewer: Alan O’Hare Rachael Dunn’s EP opens up with an urgent acoustic guitar beat and a mournful cello. It’s beautiful. But, Placing Stars (the title track in question), soon moves into double... Read more »
LIVERPOOL ACOUSTIC CALLING SATURDAY 26th July 2014 at Sound Food and Drink The double award-winning Liverpool Acoustic is joining forces with the one-day celebration of music know as Liverpool Calling to bring you Liverpool Acoustic Calling. Liverpool Acoustic Calling is an afternoon chock... Read more »
LIVERPOOL ACOUSTIC LIVE FRIDAY 25th July 2014 David Hirst, Melody Says (Paris), Jonathan Coley, Hannah Kewn Local singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist David Hirst has saved the day by stepping in at short notice to fill an unexpected gap at the... Read more »
Some of you may remember last year The Philharmonic and The Caledonia joined forces to run an Americana Festival across the two venues. With the current closure of The Phil for redevelopment The Cally, one of the best... Read more »
ALBUM REVIEW Artist: Mojo Storm Album: Life Reviewer: Allan Cairns When I received this album I had mixed feelings. I had heard that Kevin Paton runs an African drum class and also a sound healing therapy group. After listening to... Read more »
We enjoyed April and June’s Liverpool Acoustic Afternoon events so much that we’ve decided to add an extra one into the calendar for July. It’s taking place on Saturday 12th July 2014 at the View Two Gallery, our regular home on Mathew Street in... Read more »
Lizzie Nunnery and Vidar Norheim are launching their new Songs of Drink and Revolution EP this coming Thursday 10th July at the Lantern Theatre on Blundell Street. Lizzie and Vidar will be performing an hour long set with... Read more »
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