Follow Your Heart - Live @ Old School Studios

Premiere DateJun 25, 2011
Categories Media Music
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Follow Your Heart Live @ Old School Studio
LIVE @ OLD SCHOOL STUDIOS with MR JASON – Originally Aired – Saturday 20th February 2010

FOLLOW YOUR HEART – And what better advice to the youngsters of today, than to follow your heart. This soopergroop features brothers Mat & Sam Riviere swapping between drums, and between them also playing guitar and keyboard (and drumpads!) and vocals, with Jim singing and playing the fiddly guitar bits, and Ed playing bass and being lovely.
Hey, Whaddaya Say, Let’s Radio!


BAND MEMBERS
Jim guitar & vocals
Sam guitar, drums, bass & vocals
Mat drums, keyboard & vocals
Ed bass & guitar

FOLLOW YOUR HEART gigs
when they have a gig, you’ll just know about it, OK?

The band played together in the same room, without a safety net (or headphones), and the set was mixed & recorded live to analogue tape, just as nature intended, by Mr Jason at Old School Studios v4.0 in Norwich, UK – http://www.oldschoolstudios.co.uk

HOST Mr Jason
When he was seven, Jason started writing songs -- mostly silly stuff, which went hand in hand with the hilarious (in their minds) radio shows that he and his older sister would record on their dad's dictaphone.…

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