Roddy Hart - Bookmarks

Roddy Hart - Bookmarks

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(May 2006) 13 tracks: The Life and Times * She Is All I Need * Temperance of Peace * My Greatest Success * Flames * I Will Not Fear * Suffocate * Rain in December * Nothing Is Broken * One Thousand Lives * Times Is A Thief * Home * Journey’s End.

The debut self-produced studio album from Roddy Hart, featuring guest performances by Kris Kristofferson, Eddi Reader and the Trashcan Sinatras.

In a relatively short time, Roddy Hart has established himself as an emerging talent on the Scottish musical scene. At only 26, and with his eyes fixed firmly on re-igniting the merits of classic songwriting, his already prolific work has generated a substantial fan base.

Roddy began exercising his own creative ambitions with a series of home-recorded demos, culminating in the 2004 independent release Home Tapes which was awarded much radio and press attention. He was personally invited to open for Kris Kristofferson on his UK tour, and followed this with an appearance at Austin’s South by Southwest festival.

Soon after, he completed a successful five-week tour of America and a short Japanese tour in support of the Trashcan Sinatras. Having opened for a number of other artists such as Ray LaMontagne, John Prine, Teddy Thompson, Roddy Frame and Kelly Joe Phelps, and strengthening his status at his own solo headline shows, he continues to build on his growing reputation as an exciting and eclectic songwriter and musician.

"[like] a young Willie Nelson or Bruce Springsteen. Great songs... That will restore your faith in songwriting" (Sunday Mail)

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