Monthly Archives: June 2012

Top 5 new names for Cayamo (PS they’re all girls!)

The Ironbath thought he would think outside the box – or should that be boat – and try to discover some potential new talent for Cayamo. Some of these names may have had an occassional mention but they haven’t featured significantly … Continue reading

Posted in Alex Wong, Alison Krauss, Amber Rubarth, Angel Snow, Cayamo, Coldplay, Hannah Cohen, Jesca Hoop, Kathryn Williams, Laura Marling, Laura Viers, The Pierces, Top 5, Vienna Tang, Viktor Krauss | Leave a comment

Meghan Arias – The blurry junction between music, poetry & love

The Ironbath has previously mentioned Meghan Coffee when he listed the Top 5 songs from the first Cayamo Journey Through Song. However now the Ironbath has some exciting news to pass on from Meghan. #1 she is now trading under … Continue reading

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American Songwriter Presents: The Country Way

American Songwriter Magazine have released a free sampler album to highlight the best in new Americana. It has a stella line up, which features several of the Ironbath’s favourites: 1 – Rodney Crowell And Mary Karr – “I’m A Mess” … Continue reading

Posted in Amanda Shires, Andrew Combs, Angel Snow, Jess Klein, Joe Pug, Lucero, Madison Violet, Rodney Crowell, Sons Of Bill, The Lumineers, Tim Easton, Todd Snider | Leave a comment

Panic on the streets of London: The Westminster Spring

Whilst the Ironbath was away in Texas (more about that to follow!) there was a large-scale uprising on the streets of London as rebels sought to overthrow the monarchy by assembling under the Victoria Memorial on the night of June … Continue reading

Posted in Andrew Lloyd Webber, Ed Sheehan, Gary Barlow, Gurrumul, Madness, Paul McCartney, The Millitary Wives Choir, Tom Jones | Leave a comment

The Coolest Sign In America

This is probably one of the coolest signs that the Ironbath has seen in America. Located on “Dirty” Sixth Street in Austin (of course, where else?), there is a priority traffic lane for musicians. Okay, so the lane isn’t very … Continue reading

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