Saturday Brunch – January 13th, 2018

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Welcome to Saturday Brunch! Here’s a round up of what’s caught our eyes and ears this week

Jason Isbell & Amanda Shires

Tonights edition of Austin City Limits is a double-header featuring jason isbell and Amanda Shires. The videos were posted during the week, with both in fine form, but there was also an endearing ‘Behind The Scenes’ video also – take a look!

Jason Isbell and the 100 Unit will be appearing at the Black Deer Festival in June

Sarah Darling

Sarah Darling announces her biggest UK headline tour to date, a series of 12 shows across the UK.
Sarah previewed some new material from the upcoming album during her sold out Christmas concert at St Pancras’ Church last December – where she also revealed she has been working with Mark Bright, the producer responsible for some of the greatest albums by Carrie Underwood and Reba McEntire among many others.

MAR 5 – Union Chapel, London
MAR 10 – Unitarian Church, Brighton
MAR 12 – Oran Mor, Glasgow
MAR 13 – The Sage 2, Gateshead
MAR 15 – The Waterfront Studio, Norwich
MAR 17 – Unitarian Church, Cambridge
MAR 19 – The Basement, York
MAR 20 – The Night and Day, Manchester
MAR 22 – The Belfast Empire Music Hall, Belfast
MAR 23 – The Grand Social, Lower Liffey Street, Dublin
MAR 25 – Studio 2, Liverpool
MAR 27 – The Lantern, Bristol

Daniel Romano

Daniel Romano celebrated the new year by releasing two new albums, available to purchase until 11th February.

We feature his video ‘Roya’ from the 2017 album ‘Modern Pressure’

Courney Marie Andrews

Have you heard the title track from her forthcoming album, ‘May Your Kindness Remain’? The much antipated album is due for relase on 23rd march and will be supported with a full UK tour.

Jillian Jacqueline

Jillian has been teasing all week on social media and yeserday the secret was out! A new video for her single ‘Reasons’ and it’s a masterpiece.

Jillian is playing this years Country to Country Festival in March, following her UK live debut at Country Music Week last year.

Here are both videos, which one is you favourite?

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