New Video: Cold Home & The Family Bones
I am no longer playing the Brudenell Social Club in March, but I am playing Strawbs Bar on the 8th of March (for charity), so that’s good. Another announcement will be coming in the next few days which i’m quite happy about, but i’m pretty sure i’m not meant to talk about it till they do…
Until then, keep an eye on the Tour/Shows tab.
Tour section has been updated with new shows:
Croon.co.uk put me down as No. 14 on their ‘Top 40 of 2011’ list. Very rad.
“Anyone who can pick up a guitar, sing a bit – but hasn’t yet found themselves a backing band (probably because no one wants to play with them) can tag themselves as a ‘singer-songwriter’. As such the genre has been filled with semi-talented nobodies, and the real talent is unable to shine. Grant K Fennell though is able to cut through this mire of mediocrity, and whilst doing so, reminds us what solo acoustic music should be. His simple and haunting melodies are completely stripped back, and work perfectly. Cold Home & The Family Bones drifts and echoes on by, with deep delta blues twangs and dark indie folk globules resulting in an album of beautiful and moreish acoustic brilliance.”
Thought I may as well upload a couple tracks the other day.
Turns out ‘Cold Home & The Family Bones’ got played on BBC Leeds this morning. Pretty happy about that. The songs in the music section of this site.