A self-confessed emo kid, New Orleans artist, Bailey Flores takes her inspiration from the likes of Paramore, Circa Survive, and the soft-rock favourites of her father. Her new single however, ‘Kiss Me More’, sees Bailey’s vocals soar to the skies, and fall back to somewhere in between Ariana Grande and Lady Gaga. Yep. She’s that good.
Born and raised in Greenville, South Carolina,Big Jim Brown is an award-winning guitarist and singer/songwriter who’s lived in New Orleans for a decade, where with his band The SpeedKings he’s played venues such as House of Blues, and Tipitina’s. They’ve also toured the Southeast and Western parts of the US extensively, opening for the likes of Government Mule, as well as playing major festivals such as Midtown Music Festival in Atlanta, and the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival.
Steve Holley has been a fan of Adelmo Fornaciari Cavaliere di Gran Croce, aka Zucchero, for many years, and recently had the honour of speaking to him, in the midst of his ‘Wanted’ World tour, which commences June 30. Zucchero will also be performing at the Cornbury Festival, in Oxfordshire, on July 13.