Folk-pop of the highest order from three superb artists
Tom Mitchell & Sarah Proudfoot are a pair of independent folk singers from Bristol. Whilst they are solo performers in their own right, every now and again they combine forces and enchant audiences with their atmospheric storytelling and enthralling blend of melodic harmonies and chiming acoustic guitars.
Genre-bending alt-folk singer/songwriter, and guitarist from Limerick city, Emma Langford combines a powerful signature vocal and musical style blending elements of an Irish lilt with Latin beat, jazz and folk. Sparse guitar work complements a profound natural sense of melody while wry and insightful lyrics and a uniquely cheerful demeanour combine to create an engaging and personable presence, both on-stage and off.
You can also keep up with Emma on twitter @ELangfordmusic or on her website emmalangfordmusic.com
“Nick’s Daughter” - Livi Graham - lead vocals, Nick Graham - guitars/piano/harmony vocals
Livi Graham is a talented and versatile singer who has just completed her second year on the BMus degree at Trinity College of Music in Greenwich. Her chosen specialism at Trinity is Jazz Voice and there she is studying and working with many of the UK's top up and coming young players and singers. However she has been performing with her Dad since she was at school and this has developed into the current "Nicks Daughter" set.
Nick Graham is a professional musician and songwriter and was a founder member of 70's bands Atomic Rooster & Skin Alley. He also toured with soul legend Edwin Starr, Phil Manzenera of Roxy Music (as The Explorers), and Jim Capaldi (of Traffic fame) and has written songs for many recording artistes including Elkie Brooks, Sinitta, Europe and American rock legends Cheap Trick. Nick's song "The Flame" recorded by Cheap Trick, reached No 1 on the Billboard USA Hot 100 in July 1988 knocking Michael Jackson off the No 1 spot!
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Emma Langford - Seduction of Eve (Official Video)
Sarah Proudfoot "How come you never go there" Feist cover live on Ukulele
SS - Sarah Proudfoot - Let It Slide
Sarah Proudfoot - Bricks and Mortar
Galileo - Emma Langford (Declan O'Rourke Cover) - DaveBox