A good time was had by all as Ags helped Australian country singer Nicki Gillis kick off her UK and Europe tour at The Railway Inn, Culham on Friday 16th May. Even 60s country singer Frank Ifield was on hand, although he left the singing to the whipper-snappers this time. You can catch them on tour at these venues.
Meanwhile, Ags has a busy weekend coming up from 23rd – 26th May. Opening for CASH, the Witney Music Festival and Rokefest offer several chances to catch him live over the Bank Holiday. Check out the ‘Shows’ page for more info.
Esteemed and ageless music magazine Record Collector have reviewed ‘How About Now’ in their April 2014 issue.
Veteran journalist Terry Staunton praises the album’s “authentic tearjerkers” and hails Ags as “one of the most promising new talents on the Brit country scene”.
You can read the full review HERE.
The Independent on Sunday has called ‘How About Now’ “a compelling debut” in a review written by veteran journalist Nick Coleman.
The review also compares Ags’ voice to the likes of Van Morrison, Charlie Rich and Waylon Jennings. Read the full review HERE.
Maverick magazine have included a feature on ’How About Now’ in their March/April issue.
The piece describes the album as “a masterpiece of British country”. The magazine is available now.
The Flyin Shoes Review website have reviewed ‘How About Now’ ahead of its release on 24th February.
The review describes the album as “extraordinarily accomplished” and states that it’s “hard to believe it’s a UK product”. Reviewer John Davy also proclaims that ‘How About Now’ is “as good a country record as you’re likely to hear from anywhere this year”.
Read the full review HERE.
The first review of the soon-to-be-released album ‘How About Now’ has appeared, from the esteemed UK music site MusicRiot.co.uk.
The kind folks there describe the album as “engaging and ultimately uplifiting”. And plenty more besides. Read the full review HERE.