Three top singersongwriters take the stage together to take turns introducing and performing a selection of their songs. This intimate format allows for plenty of interaction between the performers, and with the audience, and is a perfect way to compare and contrast the styles and techniques of three leading proponants of contemporary British songwriting.
Greg Hancock is a Devon-based singer-songwriter with a growing following around the UK. After many years overseas writing songs in private it was only five years ago that he began to perform in public supporting some of the top names in the modern folk/ acoustic scene such as Cara Dillon, Boo Hewerdine, Lucy Ward, Jim Causeley, Jacob and Drinkwater and Charlie Dore, in 2017 he recorded a full length lalbum titled “A303” which fully showcased his intricate guitar playing and quirky, unexpected song structures and subject matter - and was enthusiastically received and has been given extensive airplay. A new album called "The State of My Hair" is to be released on March 1st 2019 and a series of live dates around the country will accompany the release. Most of the live events will be collaborations with other musicians Greg has become friends with, in the form of songwriters circles or double headline gigs.
The review from Blues & Roots Radio said: “..the finest folk album I have heard for years.”
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Rooted in the sounds of 70's folk guitar, with a creative and distinctive finger-style approach.
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Exquisite and powerful songs from one of the best composers ,guitarists and singers in the UK today. Alex Seel has influences from blues, pop and the British Folk revival guitarists but his sound is all his own.
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