Ryan's university show showcases his debut album
Gifted guitarist, singer and songwriter Ryan Keen will be close to home turf tomorrow when he plays Plymouth University as part of a UK headline tour promoting his debut album Room For Light, released last month. The title of the album was lifted from his future single Skin And Bones and its line "a darker place has more room for light"; Ryan's current single is a new recording of his live fan favourite Old Scars.
Ryan, from Totnes, is an artist who is doing things the old-fashioned troubadour way. Constantly on the road, he has played more than 200 shows in the past 12 months, touring with fellow singer songwriters like Ben Howard, Lucy Rose and his good friend Ed Sheeran who invited Ryan to join him on a prestigious UK arena tour. He was also the only unsigned act to play last year's iTunes Festival. It's time to find out what the fuss is all about.
US trio cause a stir with a unique ragtime fusion
American roots sensations The Wiyos being their infectious ragtime racket to the Westcountry this weekend for shows at The Plough, Torrington tomorrow and The Performance Centre at Falmouth University's Tremough Campus on Monday. Discovered busking on the streets of Brooklyn, this unique trio have played to huge crowds at baseball parks across the USA and also opened for Bob Dylan, by personal invitation. Their unique blend of early swing jazz, rural folk, old-time blues and Appalachian music is guaranteed to cause a stir.
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Sibling duo rock the right ears with debut album
Brotherly duo Drenge are turning heads in all the right places with their driving Brit rock sound, honed in rural Yorkshire. Singer and guitarist Eoin Loveless, and his drummer sibling Rory, play Exeter's Cavern on Tuesday as part of their current headline UK tour supporting their eponymous debut album.