With inspiration from artists such as Tom Waits, Bob Dylan and Sister Rosetta Tharp, Marcus Foster’s style is hard to ignore. His voice goes from gritty to smooth in no time, leaving listeners unsure of where he is going to go next. And after seeing Marcus live, it’ll be hard for any other artist to live up to your expectations.
The London born musician/artist first came to the United States in 2009, touring with a ‘Live’ album that has since become a collector’s item. In 2011, Marcus then released his ‘Tumble Down’ EP, then his full ‘Nameless Path’ album. The strong reviews of ‘Nameless Path’ have made his 2012 EP ‘The Last House’ a highly anticipated collection by fans and music professionals alike.
After a long run of headlining tour dates throughout the US, Marcus is currently working on new music in the UK, playing occasional gigs he announces on his Twitter.
If you have ever seen Sam Bradley live, you get it. From the first song you realize there is something special about how he commands an audience’s attention. With the ability to make even a large show feel very intimate, Sam has managed to build what some might call of feverant base of fans across the United States, and the world.
The London born singer/songwriter began his career attending local open mic nights and recording songs on a computer. In 2009, Sam released his first full self-titled EP, with the ‘Zuni’ EP following in 2011. He has been on tour across the U.S. supporting those albums, and showcasing new songs along the way before returning back to the UK to record.
Sam released his latest EP “Not Your Kind” earlier this year and has been promoting it throughout the UK, opening for artists such as Ryan Keen and Stephen Kellogg.