17 April 2016

Hannah's Yard, Miles Hunt, Michael Armstrong, James Stevenson, Steve Llewellyn & Dave Burn

Interviews from 29th February include Hannah's Yard live in the studio, Mile Hunt of the Wonderstuff, Michael Armstrong live in the studio, James Stevenson, along with Steve Llewellyn and Dave Burn of Orphan Colours live in the studio too!

At the heart of the musical collective known as Hannah’s Yard lies the beautifully understated voice of singer Hannah Layton Turner. With an acoustic approach, her album ‘Beginnings’ was recorded in Hannah’s home town and features a collection of meaningful songs about life and love.

Miles Hunt is an English singer, songwriter and guitarist and fronts the alternative rock band The Wonder Stuff.

Michael Armstrong is an exciting new British talent, unashamedly raw, emotional and direct. On the outside are his. His songs strike you immediately as being well-honed classics, which have echoes of the crafted lyrics of Dylan and the musicality of The Eagles, Paul Carrack and Steely Dan.

James Stevenson is an English punk / alternative rock guitarist, at one time appearing with The Alarm, Gene Loves Jezebel, Gen X, The Cult, and Chelsea.

Orphan Colours are an Americana, Rock, Alt-Country band formed by former Ahab members Steve "Seebs" Llewellyn and Dave Burn. They have been dubbed a "supergroup" because they are joined by former Noah and the Whale guitarist Fred Abbot, Danny and the Champions of the World drummer Steve Brookes and prominent member of the London folk revival scene Graham Knight.

Hannah's Yard (Live in the Studio)


Miles Hunt of the Wonderstuff


Michael Armstrong (Live in the Studio)


James Stevenson


Steve Llewellyn & Dave Burn of Orphan Colours (Live in the Studio)

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