Saturday, 12 November 2016

The one when JC met Josh Short and Joanna Cooke 12/11/16

Thanks to my ace guests tonight Josh Short and Joanna Cooke ......

Music on #jccooperlive @rivierafm tonight 

@MalthusianTrap @TheGravityDrive @Rynacoustic 



Music on #jccooperlive @rivierafm tonight PT2

@SharonLazibyrd @PeteFalloon @GRICEmusic 

@SidekickSounds @snowdon_chay  


More Music on #jccooperlive @rivierafm tonight PT3



This just may be an exclusive first ever in the world or anywhere play for @SharonLazibyrd on #jccooperlive @rivierafm with her new track What time is later?'s the album going ?

First new music from @TheGravityDrive for ages is "Kaleidoscope" the new song a good indication of the new album ? Track is #jccooperlive big sound of the week ! 

Always good to have @Joanna_Cooke Live on #jccooperlive @rivierafm .This time talking new EP 

@PeteFalloon new track "Reed in the river " has no obstacle to find its immense beauty . Check it out one on @rivierafm #jccooperlive 

Playlist -

Connor Welsh -Dance of the Death 

The Malthusian Trap -Palpitations

All Guilty Parties -Pkeasure and pain 

Ryn -Embers 

Star Styles -I have to be going 

Pete Falloon -Reed in the river 

Jack Bartlett -Something more 

Radiosauous -Where the witches hang 

Chay Snowden -Famous 

A Band Of Hope -Low budget High life 

Skyborn -Chaos 

Boy wonder -By my side 

Grice -Eclipse (black Sun 

Suzanne barbieri remix )

Steve Pledger -I spat fire 

Adam Naas -Fading Away 

Arcaves -Out of the blue 

Hali Taxi -Crystal Clear 

Bare Knuckle Parade -Come alive  

D D Allen -Just like the old days 

Joanna Cooke -

More than I am 

Before you're old 

Darker days 

Holding you 

Exclusive -Sharon Lazibyrd 

What time is later 

Jc' Big sound of the week -Gravity Drive -Kaleidoscope

Featured Artist -

Christopher Robert Fraser -SEX 

Legend in my dreams 


Thank you for get back to me, and sure Ive attached everything i believe, in here.

Connor Walsh - The Gutter Rat King, what you hear is what you get Honest and True. I am an Artist hell bent on bringing you, thought sparking lyrics while simultaneously telling the Story's of the world and all its dark corners.

Love, Death, Loss and Addiction

The Gutter Rat King has come to Town.


Somerset based contemporary folk singer-songwriter and independent musician, Sharon Lazibyrd releases What time is later? as a single from her debut solo album.

“A voice which blends power beauty and tenderness.” Jem Smith Worldbeat Glastonbury FM

 “Sharon's voice hits you from the outset, at first slightly fragile but masking latent potential and depth as it delivers… poignant lyrics” Thank Folk for That

 Reviews for Not Blue by Sharon Lazibyrd

"A glorious pairing of haunting lyrical details and the unity of the artist herself"

Jackson Cooper Riviera FM

 “I love that song…it’s going to have to go on my favourites” Liz Franklin Radio Teesdale                           

 “Sharon's voice hits you from the outset, at first slightly fragile but masking latent potential and depth as it delivers… poignant lyrics” Thank Folk for That

 "Sharon’s voice cuts perfectly through gentle instrumentation in this very well constructed song. This is a folk listener’s dream; I look forward to hearing more in the future." Alan Grant Celtic Music Radio

What time is later? is a song that considers the meaning of time and its passing, it was inspired by Sharon’s daughter asking her the question at Purbeck Folk Festival “This question as well as being a great line was thought provoking and the rest of the song seemed to flow quite naturally from that starting point, what does ‘later’ really mean?” said Sharon. 

What time is later? features Sharon on vocals and ukulele and she is joined by some very talented friends who orchestrate the song with piano, accordion, violin and backing vocals.  Damon and Kate Bridge who are also based in Somerset and perform with Owl in the Sun. Sharon is currently recording her keenly anticipated debut solo album, Half Shame and Half Glory, at Orchard Studios in Somerset and it will be released in spring 2017.  

Sharon Lazibyrd is a talented, original and award winning singer- songwriter who writes striking and melodic songs. Her songs are influenced by musicals, music hall and everything from Julian Cope to English folk. She has performed across the UK and in Ireland including Glastonbury and Tolpuddle and, as half of the duo Lazibyrd, winning the South West Music Awards Best Folk Act of 2013. She has recorded a session for Bob Harris, been championed by Tom Robinson, included in the FATEA showcase sessions and she was invited to take part in a BBC Introducing folk residential in 2014. She is performing on the festival circuit in 2016 including the 6 Music festival, Kingsbury May Festival, Home Farm Festival, Keynsham Folk Festival and We Shall Overcome. She took part in the Live at the Orchard Sessions in 2016 and will be touring her new album in Spring 2017.

Bristol based alt rockers The Vigil have today announced details of their new single 'All You've Done', which is available now for immediate airplay. The track is taken from the bands forthcoming album 'Save Our Souls', the four piece's eagerly awaited debut will be released on the 25th of November.

This storming album was produced by Nigel Pulsford from the band Bush. The Vigil have always enjoyed playing a heavy rock sound with big drums, music that really hits you in your core.

The band released the first video from 'Save Our Souls', entitled 'Do You Feel Alive' earlier this year. The second video from the album, entitled 'All You've Done' came out last week.

BIO : from Chris Fraser -

My names Chris Fraser and i grew up in a county near London called maidenhead and i have always been interested in music so with that naturally my mum and Nan pushed me to play and learn the guitar and when i left secondary school which was no easy time i was getting involved wrong people and doing things that would affect my life in long run if i kept these stupid act up. me my mam dad brother and sisters moved to Devon and i got into the academy of music and sound on a scholarship and after two years of hard learning i got my  graduation and then to be honest i had to work because i had a baby one the way so i kinda gave up music and my dream which i hated but i had to pay for things that i wasn't used to paying for then after a while my mum done a DNA on the baby and shockingly found out that the baby wasn't mine so i was killed inside and just held my head down for years until i started bringing myself back together working in the security industry so that lead me to many festivals and met a few famous people like Simon out of blue and professor green and had great talks with them and it got me to start believing in myself again so after festival season i got home and the first thing i did was try to sing again and start uploading covers to sound cloud and thats how im here today even if i record a song thats not so good part of the reason being is because i dont really have enough money to pay 350 per day at a studio and dont really know a hell of a lot about mixing so the music that i record and what you hear is 100% me . I am currently working at daintion removals lifting things and moving people from house to house who knows maybe one day i could afford to pay someone to move me in to my huge house with recording studio lol ..

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