Goldie Reed and Devenport - a unique double bill of original artists from the same stable as Jo Harman.
Goldie and her band
Goldie became the second signing to the management arm of BiGiAM, the company representing V2 recording artist Jo Harman.
BiGiAM Director Mark Ede commented 'Goldie's unique blend of blues rooted Americana melded with hints of English folk has caught the attention of many good judges, Bob Harris and Bill Wyman included'. Goldie released the EP ‘I Will Build You A House’ in February, and though it was meant to be home recordings for Goldie and the band’s ears only, it was released to a wonderful reaction. Country Music Magazine called it a ‘master class in Americana’, while Classic Rock Presents The Blues and Blues Matters magazines hailed her as one to watch in 2014. The EP achieved an 8/10 review Supajam that described it as ‘honey vocals and vintage sass’. Goldie has been busy recording her new album, keep up to date at www.goldiereed.com and on Facebook, twitter and Instagram.
You don’t have to have a back story that reads like a Guy Richie script, but sometimes it helps. Knife murders, heroin deaths, lead poisoning, world champion boxers, alcohol abuse, prison stories and more, feature in Devenport’s life, and therefore his songs… and, more relevant still, perhaps, his voice. This is a beautiful natural instrument, developed and strengthened by true life experiences, which, in many ways, make Devenport the most authentic of authentic British Blues singers.
Signed to a major label as a kid, and enjoying a career working with some of the most respected names in the business including the likes of Cher, Guy Chambers and more, Devenport returns after a 20 year self-imposed hiatus from the business.
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