“Sweet Kind of Blue is a journey of highs and lows infused with a warm Memphis vibe.”
Today’s #ProjectNostalgia looks out into the crowd. Can you spot yourself in these photos of Gill Sandell, Emily Barker & The Red Clay Halo and (soon-to-be) Vena Portae fans?
Many people champion Dom Coyote, Vena Portae and Emily Barker & The Red Clay Halo – “Whispering Bob” Harris and Dermot O’Leary to name but a few. But today we’re going to look at those that help day-in day-out; on stage, backstage, on the road and at the merch desk.
First up is Dom Coyote. You may recognize this founding member of Vena Portae from his solo work, regular duets with Emily Barker, or from Folkinabox (and being inexplicable denied the award of Shed of The Year). Check out his blog at http://www.domcoyote.net/
At a recent photography tutorial, I learned about the importance of documenting a topic over several years to capture a record and develop a style. It didn’t take long for me to realize I’ve already been doing that; my topic is the band Emily Barker and The Red Clay Halo. Between full band shows, solo…