Saturday, 28 November 2015

The One when JC met Emily Howard , Bert Miller & Black Smoke Symphony 28/11/15

Amazing guests on tonight's show .Emily Howard played live , Bert Miller called live from the Totnes Barrel House gig and lastly Black Smoke Symphony talked about there new charity single .

Black Smoke Symphony 
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Bert Miler -
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Bert Miller & The Animal Folk -
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Playlist -
Losing Victory -Dark Sun Rising 
FAITALA -Beasts 
Kolo -King Of the street people 
Greg Hancock -fremington Beach
Nishe -Want it back 
Emily Browne-Snap & Crackle
Chloe Collins-Forget your name 
Joanna Cooke -He's my boy 
Yazzy -Silly Boys Breaking Hearts
Blowouts -Post Trauma 
Trip to Tori -Lowlands 
Fifth Quarter  -Meet me 
Ashleigh Sladen -Frost Flower
John Tomkins-Hush 
Joshua Sargent -No runner 
Big Far Astronauts -Take Everything Pt 1&2 
Dengeme -Stunnah gee ft Davido 
Nome -Show me 
Lost Embers -There's only love
Black Smoke Symphony  -Coming Home 
Bert Miller & The Animal Folk -In You 
Don't eat your friends

National Pastime -
Do what you do 

Featured Artist -Ryn 
In woods 

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Nishe from London (

I am glad to introduce you their new EP"Underlaps" that will be officially released on December 11th.

Chloe Collins who is based in New York, USA.   


Having started singing as a toddler followed by picking up the guitar at the age of 8, Chloe Collins has not looked back since.
Influenced by the likes of Taylor Swift and Katy Perry, Chloe Collins has already had one of her tracks featured on the ABC family TV show 'The Vineyard' and has been quoted as being country pop poetry that is reminiscent of the early days of Taylor Swift coupled with the inventiveness of Ed Sheeran.
Further information on Chloe Collins can be found on her website or you can follow her on Twitter at 

Lost Embers is the solo project of songwriter and musician Johnny Boon.

Lost Embers specialises in a thoughtful brand of lo-fi pop-folk. Characterised by mature and cultured song writing, the Wales based artist is now gearing up for the release of new single 'There's Only Love', and it’s a fine introduction for the uninitiated.

Any new fans this single wins over will find themselves in good company, with Lost Embers counting a number of top music industry names and tastemakers among his fans. JD Fortune (former lead singer of INXS), Shane Lynch (Boyzone) and producer Danny Saber (Michael Hutchence) all recommend the song writer, as do Wales Online Editor David Owens.

Stunnah Gee, Nigerian native and currently residing in the UK make’s infectious RnB pop music with nods to Afrobeat and Neo Soul in the style of The Weeknd, R Kelly and King Sunny Ade.  Stunnah has returned with a brand new remix ‘Dengme’ featuring long time collaborator Davido.

Stunnah, inspired by the growing movement of modern African music and passionate about lending his skills to his home continent embraced the budding Afro-Beat genre and coined the now flourishing African Neo-Soul movement. 

The track is fantastic introduction to Stunnah Gee, an amalgamation of all his musical inspiration and a perfect delineation of his style. Filmed in Nigeria and shot and directed by acclaimed videographer Mex, Stunnah Gee’s video for ‘Dengme’ incorporates both breath taking Nigerian scenery and the a glimpse into the wild lifestyle Stunnah embodies.
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Stunnah Gee has collaborated with a variety of different producers and musicians during his extensive music career. Having toured with the likes of Davido and Hakeeb Kareem and been involved in production with P2j,  Maleek Berry, Ayo Beatz, Oy Productions, Stunnah Gee has demonstrated he is an integral part of music scenes both in his home country of Nigeria and over here in the UK.
‘Dengme’ featuring Davido is out January 22nd

Ryan Keen Goes Back To School

On 28 December 2015 singer-songwriter Ryan Keen returns to home town Totnes to headline a very special gig at the Ariel Centre, KEVICC. The concert will celebrate the life of his gifted young friend Luke Chadwick and also raise funds for young musicians in Totnes through Jamming Station.

Where: The Ariel Centre, KEVICC, Totnes

Date: Monday 28 December 2015

Doors 7pm (bar open and pre show acoustic music from young musicians in the foyer) 

Tickets £10/£8 (conc) from 

or £18 for a seat at VIP tables (includes glass of prosecco & nibbles)

To reserve tickets: tel number & email) or buy online: ticket link.

Singer-songwriter Ryan Keen, a former Kevicc student, is coming home for Christmas for this heartfelt concert in the Ariel Centre. Ryan has spent the last 2 years touring the world with his album Room For Light, and supporting the likes of Ed Sheeran. Unsurprisingly he is now attracting the attention of some major record labels. This is a rare chance to see Ryan on his home turf, and in such an intimate setting.

The concert celebrates the life of Ryan’s old schoolfriend, Luke Chadwick, who was also a passionate musician and gifted drummer, as well as raising funds for Jamming Station, a brilliant Totnes-based project which brings young musicians together to meet, write and gig. “I'm looking forward to playing back at my old school, and really happy to be involved in fundraising gig for such a great cause,” says Ryan.

Jacqui Perks, founder of Jamming Station is thrilled to welcome Ryan back to Totnes for this special gig: "Ryan is Totnes's best kept secret! It'll be a great night and we will be showcasing some of our own talented young musicians as support.

KEVICC is delighted to host this very worthwhile fundraising gig.

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