Seven Song Club, Lynnie Carson , Rebecca Jordan and Bearpit Brothers
Friday 26th April, 2019 – 8.30 p.m.
Seven Song Club, Tron Theatre, 65 Trongate, G1 5HB
Lynnie Carson is a singer-songwriter who hails from the sunny port of Gourock. She has worked as a session vocalist for many great bands and has a voice reminiscent of her musical heroes Stevie Nicks and Sheryl Crow who she cites as some of her main influences along with Neil Young, Joni Mitchell, First Aid Kit, The Band and Frazey Ford.
Her new single ‘Love is…’ OUT NOW is released on her own label Unicycle Records and was recorded in Glasgow at La Chunky Studios with Johnny Smillie and features the guitar playing of the amazing Eric Lindsay one of Scotland’s finest guitarists.
Lynnie will be playing with RT Davidson on pedal steel and Robbie Noble on piano.
Also – Rebecca Jordan
Bearpit Brothers are 60s influenced with 90s Blur and a wee bit of Psychedelia in the mix. Left-field originals with great songs.
“Burden Of Your Cross swings as a gospel influenced lyric is garlanded with some exquisite guitar duelings with twang and reverb battling away, a wonderful song.” Blabber ‘n’ Smoke – A Glasgow view of Americana
“the cd is epic btw!” Corrina Cola
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