British indie-folk band, Peggy Sue, stopped by to have a jam session with BreakThru Radio. Their sound is tranquil and melodic but fun. Listen to them perform “Dumbo” in our BTR Live Studio session.
For these and all the songs performed during our BTR Live Studio session with Peggy Sue, stream and download DJ Maia’s full audio podcast: http://btrtoday.com/#/post/?blog=32&post=839
Peggy Sue, an indie-folk band, formerly known as Peggy Sue and the Pirates, has a soothing and catchy rhythm that’s hard to resist. They harmonize perfectly, creating a sound that’s reminiscent of older times. The band has toured with those that share their vibe, such as Mumford and Sons and The Maccabees. They’re an act that you don’t want to miss.
More about Peggy Sue: http://www.myspace.com/peggywho
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