Biography

Garron Frith is a songwriter from the North West of England. After a gig with Grand Drive’s Danny George Wilson he met musician/producer Simon J Alpin, the result was them making the debut album. It was recorded in various hotel rooms, studios and houses everywhere from London, San Francisco, Spain to Manchester. It features 10 acoustic based songs with a wide range of musicians from Grand Drive, The Willard Grant Conspiracy to Green on Red’s Chuck Prophet.

The album received critical acclaim, Sunday Express called it a “Beautiful country rock gem of an album”- 5/5, Maverick said he was “One of the North West’s best kept secrets - that is until now!” 4/5, “Highly enjoyable, Recommended”- wrote Acoustic Magazine and Manchester Music called him “One of Manchester’s most underrated singer-songwriters”. Radio and internet stations championed the album and this led to Garron being asked to open for musicians like Imelda May, John Cooper Clarke, The Saw Doctors, Neil Casal, Glen Tilbrook and Midge Ure.

So what’s the plan for 09 a new album and more gigs

Edited by JGFrith on 20 May 2009, 21:56

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