Interviews from 9th February include Ethemia live in the studio, Alan Nimmo of King King, Tony Hazzard, along with Daughters of Davis.
All across the country everybody’s talking about Ethemia – the ground breaking acoustic duo from Gloucestershire which is made up of Michaela Mott and Berny Poulton. Known as “one of the hardest working bands on the circuit” having performed hundreds of gigs with a sound that brings Fleetwood Mac and The Beautiful South to mind, but their trademark charismatic on-stage chemistry suggests ‘The Civil Wars’.
King King are on a roll. Faced with their army of fans and armfuls of awards, it’s hard to believe that Alan Nimmo (vocals/guitar), Lindsay Coulson (bass), Wayne Proctor (drums) and Bob Fridzema (keys) have come so far, so fast. As Henry Yates of Classic Rock Blues notes, “King King are the hottest draw in British blues-rock”. Yet there’s no smoke and mirrors behind their five-year rise: just killer songs, performed with true passion, by a fist-tight lineup.
Tony Hazzard is an English singer and songwriter. He has written songs for The Hollies, Manfred Mann, Lulu, Herman’s Hermits, Peter Noone, The Tremeloes, Gene Pitney, Richard Barnes and Andy Williams, to name just a few.
Daughters of Davis are made up of two sisters, Adrienne & Fern Davis who play music with an acoustic Soul/Folk vibe.
Berny Poulton Michaela Mott of Ethemia (Live in the Studio)
Alan Nimmo of King King
Daughters of Davis