Today we feature Savannah Mountain a vocalist based in South Wales who presents her repertoire of songs with a soulful vibe. Here, Savannah reveals the music that has inspired her to Andy Howells.
South Wales musician and founder member of Kyshera, James Kennedy has both a new book, Noise Damage and a debut solo album entitled Make Anger Great Again set for release during October 2020. James hearing was impaired due to a childhood surgery, he later became an ambassador for several hearing charities, as well as speakingContinue reading “My Music DNA: James Kennedy”
Rob Bridge recently took time out to chat to Andy Howells about the music that has influenced him.
Still just 26-years-old, London-based writer and producer Lostboy has already exceeded 500 million in the early stages of his career. First discovered by the influential Fraser T. Smith, Lostboy has achieved Gold-status in the UK with credits on tracks from Anne-Marie (also Platinum in the States), Becky Hill and Sigala.
It’s a busy month for the world’s leading close harmony group The Puppini Sisters. The trio release their brand-new album Dance, Dance, Dance on September 25th which combines their vocal talents with the classy sound of The Pasadena Roof Orchestra along with a list of strictly swing dance style arrangements.
Alt-pop artist Kaya Stewart discusses the music that has inspired her from Lauryn hill to Amy Winehouse with andy Howells
Andy Howells chats to Artistic Director of Flying Bridge Online Repertory Company, the actor and writer, Daniel Llewelyn Williams about the companies debut series – Astrid Investigates.
This mid-week edition of My Music DNA features Alt-pop artist Anna Straker who earned a big break in her teens when producer Mike Spencer discovered her and invited her to contribute to projects including Rudimental, resulting in the release of her debut EP Serious.
Distance is the long-awaited debut album from Scottish musician Popcorn Fiend, and follows the recent release of the single Bear on Bear. The album, released on September 18, is the culmination of a journey that started in Aberdeen in 2003 with Popcorn Fiend’s ahead-of-its-time debut EP Subliminal Messages Will Mess With Your Mind. A productContinue reading “My Music DNA: Popcorn Fiend”
Flynn discusses the music that influenced him with Andy Howells.