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With The Aims of Moving to Nashville, Chris Andreucci Has Released New EP ‘What Don’t Kill You’

2020 was supposed to be the year country artist Chris Andreucci followed his dream of moving to the heart of country music, Nashville. Unfortunately along with numerous of festival performances being ..

Chris Andreucci Releases New EP “What Don’t Kill You”

December 2020 saw the release of Chris Andreucci’s EP, “What Don’t Kill You.” The Scottish musician, signed to Century Music Group, recorded the EP with the hope of moving to Nashville. Featuring prominent session musicians and produced by Taylor Swift’s producer, Justin Courtelyou, the EP perfectly showcases Andreucci’s country sound. “What Don’t Kill You” is a collection of songs themed around love, loss and forgiveness. The mood ranges from upbeat (“The Only Love That Never Broke My Heart,”) to nostalgic (“Thunderstorms and Rain”) and bittersweet (“Tonight I’m Yours”). The deep tones and soul searching lyrics from the Glasgow-based artist reveal a maturity beyond his 22 years. Country fans will love it! Words: Annabella Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CAndreucciMusic/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/CAndreucciMusic Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/chris-andreucci Website:www.chrisandreucci.co.uk Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/4LZi4A4tswPptC1qZ9FA1q Youtube: https://ww..

Celtic folk-rock artist Davie Furey set to release new album ‘Haunted Streets’

Davie Furey is to release his highly anticipated new album on February 19th. Titled ‘Haunted Streets’, the album speaks volumes to Celtic folk-rock fans across the globe. Featuring 12 tracks of solid songwriting, ‘Haunted Streets’ features some of finest musicians in Ireland. Starring Steve Wickham (The Waterboys), Darren Holden (The High Kings), ELLYD, Susan O’Neill (SON), Clare Sands, Robbie Campion, Martin Quinn, Andrew Quinn and Francie Conway, it’s fair to say that Davie is sure in good company. Following in the footsteps of his debut album ‘Easy Come, Easy Go‘, ‘Haunted Streets’ exceeds expectations with its authentic sound. For fans of Mark Knopfler, Christy Moore & Steve Earle, Davie’s storytelling throughout is sure to make listeners forget about the world’s toxicity for a while. Stick your headphones on, forget about your worries, and travel into the mind of Davie Furey; his song’s are sure to win your heart. Listen to second single from the release below. Facebook: http..

Anita Gabrielle releases the radiant EP ‘Just Neat’ to help research into Parkinson’s Disease

Anita Gabrielle has been making folk music since the late 1960s, when her brother Michael introduced her to the powerful sounds of Joni Mitchell. Her talent blended with her supreme work ethic saw her achieve national coverage in the 1980s with her band The Crew. She has also supported seminal artists such as Divine and Labi Siffre. Anita has always strived to have a broad musical pallet. She has incorporated acoustic rock and pop into her music through her collaborations with artists like ZeNaNa and The Favourite Aunties. However, ever since her brother was tragically diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease last year, Anita has made it her primary mission to enhance research into the disease through her latest EP ‘Just Neat’. This EP is comprised of 6 wonderful tracks that were materialised during lockdown, with the intention of raising funds for Parkinson’s disease research. The EP’s leading single ‘Best Friends’ is a soothing experience fronted by Anita’s ethereal vocals, tranqui..

Scottish Country Star Chris Andreucci releases ‘What Don’t Kill You’ EP despite 2020 setbacks

If you haven’t already heard the name Chris Andreucci, it’s definitely one you’ll be getting to know soon. With an appearance at the SSE Hydro Arena in Scotland, a record contract and plans to move to the revered heart of country music, Nashville (US), Chris had all the steps he needed to become Scotland’s next big country star until we were struck by the pandemic. Like many who have had to adapt their plans due to Covid-19, his appearance at the ‘Country 2 Country festival’ at the SSE Hydro and his opportunity to move were cruelly snatched away, leaving him wondering how he would still make it in the country world. However, Chris never lets setbacks stop his ambition, and he’s pushed on to release his long-awaited EP ‘What Don’t Kill You’. Chris has already had a country career that’s enough to make anyone jealous, having performed headline shows at Glasgow’s iconic venue King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut and the Celtic Connections show at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. His new EP has been 12 mo..