The Dunwells – UK tour April 2014

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The Dunwells are going from strength to strength after landing a record deal in the US and non stop touring. They have shared the stage with the likes of Sheryl Crow amongst other cream of the crop singer-songwriters.  I have seen them perform a number of times live and their harmonies are delightful. An unmissable act!

Tickets on sale now:

17.04  The Deaf Institute, Manchester

18.04  Oran Mor, Glasgow

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2014 is shaping up to be an exciting year for The Dunwells, with the upcoming release of their 2nd studio album. The band have been putting down new tracks with producer Stephen Harris (Kodaline, Kaiser Chiefs, Dave Matthews) since late 2013. The band is also looking forward to playing a slew of dates both in the US and the UK.

The Dunwells are brothers Joe and Dave Dunwell along with cousins Jonny Lamb and Rob Clayton. Having spent their formative years playing around Leeds, and honing their chops in the clubs, their first big break came when they hit the shores of the US in 2011 to perform at the Folk Alliance Conference in Memphis, TN. Their impact was nothing short of astounding, and led to the band being signed to Austin based indie Playing In Traffic. This, in turn, led to a co-deal with the respected sub major Concord Music Group (Paul McCartney, Valerie June, Alison Krauss).

The fairytale continued throughout 2012 and 2013, as The Dunwells’ swift rise developed through endless touring, an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno as well as packed out shows at Red Rocks, CO, the Levitt Shell in Memphis, and the Rock Boat. They also appeared at major festivals in both the US (Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits, Bunbury) and the UK (Cropredy, HMV’s Next Big Thing, The Great Escape).

The Dunwells create a unique blend of emotionally driven, anthemic rock, featuring signature four part harmonies for which they have become known. Their appeal is widespread, with influences that range from Foy Vance and Crowded House, to Fleet Foxes and Elbow. The band is looking forward to the upcoming release, and sharing new music with their growing legion of fans.

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