Breaking York Radio show Part 3
Tuesday 12th March 2019
March 11th - Part 3
Let’s have more music. Time for ‘Out of Town’ selection –
playing a few this week as they have been building up, and at first I wasn’t
sure quite how to present it, but these are all acts who have played or would
love to play a gig in York.
Tall Shaves are an Indie Folk Pop duo made up of singer songwriters Kieran Taylor and Paige Temperley. They are two vocalists who play an eclectic mix of guitar, ukulele, mandolin and various forms of percussion. You can find their debut single ‘Breanna From Orillia’ on Spotify and the true story behind it on their facebook page (www.facebook.com/tallshaves). They’re currently writing and getting ready to release more music so keep an eye out for all things Tall Shaves on their Instagram and Twitter accounts too! (@TallShaves)
Restless Age – from New York – played a gig at The Spread Eagle recently – and planning a return to the UK when time allows. Their style reminds me a little of The Rembrants -of friends fame – wonder what you think?
Murky Water is the track
Here's some info about the band and the song:
The Restless Age gained national renown while serving as the touring band for The B-52’s Kate Pierson and more recently joined Donald Fagen of Steely Dan on the road as The Nightflyers. The group, which consists of Will Bryant (Keyboards, Vocals), Lee Falco (Drums, Vocals) and Brandon Morrison (Bass, Vocals), also anchored Amy Helm’s “Oh to be Home Again” at Levon Helm Studios, among many other notable appearances. The melodic indie pop/Americana trio has just created a new music video, for their song “Murky Water” which are debuting today.
“’Murky Water’ was recorded at our band’s recording studio and workspace in Marlboro NY, called The Building and is actually the audio from a live in studio video performance (Link included below). The song was written by keyboardist Will Bryant. Its composition was influenced by the songwriting of people like Richard Manuel, Leon Russell, and Elton John; the lyrics follow the thoughts of someone who’s lost touch with the things that gave their life meaning.”
Bassist Brandon Morrison engineered/mixed the song.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qH7JXKD0PM
and finally in this section.
The Stash with – ‘Knocking on my Door’