Brett Eldredge O2 Ritz Review - Most of his set did focus on his existing repertoire however on a few occasions Brett gave us an taster of his new music, Crowd My Mind was the second new track he let us experience.
Chase Rice Gorilla Review - During his set Chase was constantly sharing stories, ones which made it easy for the audience to relate to his music. Rice always comments on how the audience is so different in the UK compared to back home - and how he loves to spend time here!
Michael Ray Night & Day Cafe Review - We didn't just learn the stories behind the songs, we also learned the type of person Micheal was. Dancing Forever and Her World or Mine are two songs that cover the importance of his family, the things they went through and the impact it had.
Introducing Nashville Royal Northern College of Music Review - line-up; Rachel Wammack, Travis Denning, Walker Hayes and Danielle Bradbery to the stage. To start I will mention each of these artists have their own unique sound and stories.
Lukas Nelson Shepherds Bush Empire Review - The crowds reaction when the set came to an end only added to those goosebumps, there is something about the loud roars of cheers coming from a room filled with fans who share your love for the artist on stage that leaves me speechless.
Holloway Road Gullivers NQ review - The crowds response to the duo was warm, positive and clear - they have their fan base, they have their talent and they are more than ready to leave their own unique quirks on the industry.
LANCO Manchester Academy review - Every single song that was on that album captured your attention with the beautiful melodies and powerful performances. Having the opportunity to have seen LANCO performing their songs made them more beautiful and powerful.