The Indie Artist Spotlight – November 17th 2014

Yet again, we have another acoustic show for you this Monday. After all, our acoustic shows seem to be very popular! So, listen in and enjoy.

1) Elizabeth Storms – Our Way Out
Elizabeth Storms is a very talented vocalist, composing, recording artist. Blessed with what can only be described as a ‘beautiful voice’, she has been singing since childhood. She began writing songs and playing guitar in her teenage years. One original tune, ‘Fantasy’, was written when she was only sixteen years old. Together, we have produced some exceptional material in the folk-rock, adult contemporary genre. With lyrics drawn from personal experiences, catchy hooks and melodies, our songs have received very favourable reviews from record execs and fellow musicians.

2) NEELY – Kiss My Grits

Nashville, TN – Nestled in the heart of Music City (Nashville, TN), enigmatic husband & wife duo NEELY emerge with a grit and energy that integrates the region’s eclectic musical soundscape into an array of well-crafted Rock anthems featuring spine chilling harmonies and hook-laden lyrics. Backed by a tight, hard-hitting lineup of dynamic, high-powered musicians, NEELY is a modern rock force to be reckoned with.

3) Rainmaker – This Town
Lincolnshire-based acoustic duo featuring Matt Raistrick on vocals and Hetty McCarthy on guitar. Brought together by a mutual love of 90’s britpop, the band started out making bedroom demos and have since created a home studio where they recorded their self-titled EP, now citing a much wider range of influences from oldschool indie to latin jazz.

4) Nate Compton – Sympathetic 
Singer & guitarist for the 3 piece rock band Elisium. Currently touring the USA.

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