Lindsey Simpson talks folk/blues with Diane Green

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Lindsey Simpson is a Blues musician from Kingston Upon Hull in Yorkshire. In 2009, Lindsey began his live music career by playing at the famous Adelphi Club. It was here that Lindsey wowed the audience and burst onto the local music scene with true blues fury.
 
Lindsey is an eccentric stage performer with great crowd control and an eclectic mix of his own music and cover songs played in ways nobody has heard before. He has performed on the main stage at Hull's Freedom festival, Filey Folk Festival, Beverley folk festival, Cottingham music festival, Music Port world music festival.
 
He has also supported Ali Bain & Phil Cunningham, Michael Chapman and John Tamms & Barry Coop to name just a few.
 
His songwriting keeps audiences intrigued and often silent as they listen to the stories and messages that are put across. With a mix of old style blues, folk and humorous stage antics Lindsey is fast becoming one of the UK's most entertaining musicians and is tipped for fame by many.
 
We play his latest EP '98 cans and a bottle of rum'
 
 
 
Tags:
alt blues
alt folk
Hull
Lindsey Simpson
acoustic
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