Doodah Farm is a four piece folk/rock band from Liverpool.
This year been a defining year for the band. They have gigged across the City which included a successful support slot for Katy B at Liverpool Pride. The band also scooped Best Act at Liverpool Musician Awards. To quote the band’s website “Drawing on the timeless inspiration of an eclectic line-up of musical icons, from Dylan to Eminem – Doodah Farm mix feeling with force. A sense of urgency drives their Down-to-Earth rhythms and infectious melodies, giving Doodah Farm it’s musical DNA” which sums up the band perfectly.
Friday 31st October sees the release of Doodah Farm’s first single which is a double A side of Soft Lad and Oi Oi. Who could fail to like this band? The tracks are fast paced and very chilled. The lyrics are inviting and draw you in while the band’s passion is evident in the writing. There is some brilliant riffs on the Ukulele which stand out. The whole package works and this young band is certainly destined for bigger things
Ian Sharp is originally from Wigan, but grew up in Liverpool. He is passionate about music and although hard of hearing has learnt to appreciate music in its purist form. A musician in the making he enjoys many genres but particularly likes folk, Indie and alternative music. He's a big fan of Twitter and would be lost without his iPhone.