New Signings

Well we’ve had a busy couple of weeks!!

We’ve signed two great Singer-Songwriters to the A&G Family, and we just can’t hold back shouting about them any longer.

First up…..Jack Shaw:

Jack Shaw is a Newcastle-born, Brixton-living singer-songwriter. Jack’s Music blends Soft Rock and Soul with an upbeat edge and tells the story of a person trying to explore the world through music. Already gained airplay from the likes of BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 1xtra, BBC Introducing and MTV Wrap up, he is now working closely with his team of producers to finish his debut album (Dancing Lotus – you need to check these guys out), Jack is also busy touring the UK and France with his four Eps – Summers, Paris, Voices and Lanterns.

Having performed alongside the likes of Ed Sheeran, Rizzle Kicks, Graham Coxon and most recently Newton Faulkner, we expect big things from Jack throughout his journey with us 🙂

Next and last up (by no means least)….Josh Healey

Josh is a self-taught singer-songwriter from Cheshire.

His sound is mainly folk, inspired by Paul simon, U2, and 60’s tunes. The Debut EP “Lifeboats” & Relationships” Peaked in the Uk Singer-songwrtier album charts at # 28 on May 5th 2013.

Having had the pleasure of performing at the Manchester Academy, Halo, Crewe Festival, as well as gaining radio play from the likes of 6 Music, BBC Radio Merseyside, BBC Radio Manchester, The Mark forest Show, and the BBC6 Music Introducing Mix-tape (special thanks to Tom Robinson – good man Tom, good man), Josh is currently also writing his debut album for those patiently waiting to hear!

Welcome on board Boys! Let’s Make Sweet, Sweet Music Together

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