Interviews from 16th February include Andy Platts of Mamas Gun, Eleanor McEvoy, along with David Bardon of The Turning.
Mamas Gun is a five-piece London based electric groove band. They have toured and performed all over the world with the likes of Level 42, Beverly Knight and Ben l’Oncle Soul. Their first two albums “Routes to Riches” and “The Life And Soul” successfully broke them in Southeast Asia and Japan where, in late 2009, they became the most played international artist (beating Madonna). Previous releases have also received heavy UK and European support including significant BBC radio playlist features. The band is named after Erykah Badu album Mama’s Gun.
Eleanor McEvoy is one of Ireland’s most accomplished contemporary singer/songwriters. Eleanor composed the song “Only A Woman’s Heart”, title track of A Woman’s Heart, the best-selling Irish album in Irish history.
The Turning are a 4-Piece Indie/Garage band based in West London.
Andy Platts of Mamas Gun
David Bardon of The Turning