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Steve Rodgers, singer songwriter, has been busy this year recording his much requested second LP, due for release in February 2014. His songs reflect his passion for life's depth, mystery and wonder, recorded with his new band of like-minded musicians. Critics compare his music to a mix of Jack Johnson, Paolo Nutini and Cat Stevens. Steve grew up surrounded by great music and at a young age he used to listen to LP's from his father's eclectic record collection, mostly blues records, The Beatles and his favourite, Led Zeppelin.
At 14 he began to write his own songs on guitar and piano. He started a band with his friends at 17, 'Lost Sons of Davros'. From the 'Lost Sons' came 'Boa' with a few new members including Steve's sister Jasmine - they created two great albums - their first single 'Duvet' was the title track to the Japanese multi award- winning animation series Manga 'Lain - Serial Xperiments'.
They toured the States, the UK and after much partying, Steve decided to follow his own path. Along the way he saw how amazing and deep life really was and wanted to reflect that in his songs. In the past few years, he has Special Guested at Wembley for Bad Company, Aerosmith's Joe Perry, and the Robert Randolph Band. His touring has included supporting Bad Company in the UK and Japan and has headlined dates in the UK and Canada.
Summer 2013 Steve will be supporting Midge Ure on his UK and German Tour, T'pau's 25th Anniversary UK Tour and the Deborah Bonham Band's UK Tour.
Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page: 'He's fantastic'. (Wembley Arena)
Queen's Roger Taylor: 'Great singing and songwriting - I'm impressed'. gfv
A singer songwriter, using the guitar to express a rootsy, soulful style. Haiki is from Ethiopia and has had lengthy spells living in London, Nottingham and Bahrain. The cultural and musical experiences absorbed from her home country and living abroad, combined with the influences great classic artists, inspired her to pick up a guitar and compose and perform her own material.
With her experience gigging around Nottingham with local jazz musicians, Haiki had the chance to take her new found musical confidence home to Ethiopia, playing a series of solo gigs in Addis Abba. This culminated in a performing the Live stage at Glastonbury 2007, secured after entering the festivalís emerging talent competition.
Haikiís laid back sound is a blend of soul, jazz and blues. She takes inspiration from a myriad of classic artists including Stevie Wonder, Lauryn Hill, Díangelo, Aretha Franklin, Al Green, Bill Withers, Sade, Nina Simone, Ella Fitzgerald, Billy Holiday, Etta James, John Lee Hooker, Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Charles Mingus, Feist, Burt Bacharach, Bob Dylan, Eryka Badu.