Last night Breland took to the stage in Belfast’s Empire Music Hall. Before that I caught up with him back stage.Continue reading
Kicking off life on the road back in 2001, Australian native, Tamara Stewart has worked her ass off establishing herself in the country music genre.
Now based in Nashville she’s currently concluding her latest UK tour which this time also included Northern Ireland.
Some might know him better as ‘Dr Karl Kennedy’ from down under soap, ‘Neighbours’ but we were glad to catch up with the man behind the act for a really genuine conversation on his love of music, particularly Americana. He touches upon influences and talks about coming to Belfast and working with BCMA winner and local artist, Gary Quinn.
We also chat about juggling a career of Acting, Singing and Photography as well as what really goes on in Alan’s bed…Continue reading
Over the next while Chris will be chatting to some Irish country artists for a bit of a casual chat! Being a fan of Robert Mizzell, he was the first port of call!Continue reading
On the latest interview, we chat to the lovely Tenille Townes about not coming to C2C 2020, her musical influences and her charity work you might not know about.
For our latest interview we caught up with Erin Ponsonby, a Scottish native who has just released her second solo single. We chat to her about this and her journey over the last five years to the point she’s reached today.
Back on Wednesday I had the chance of catching up with Shannon Haley and Ryan Michaels, a married Duo from California.
For this interview we had the pleasure of catching up with Eric Paslay ahead of his Dublin date at the Start of September. He’s a smashing guy and we appreciate him taking the time to speak to us during his day off between concerts in the USA.
They say you only get one chance at a first impression. Whether or not that adage is actually true is as much your guess as it is mine. Country music over time has been reinvented, so maybe it can be done over. But for Lennon Stella, it was important, that first impression is given to the world by her debut EP Love, me. Continue reading
A Special interview and catch up ahead of the Brothers Osborne hitting Irish soil this weekend as they take to the stage in the Academy in Dublin on Friday (4th May) and then head north to Belfast for a Limelight performance on Saturday (5th May).