Join Michael Litten "The Last DJ" for an in-depth discussion.
Featuring a variety of songs.
Jamie Williams and the Roots Collective exist on an imaginary tightrope
stretching between The Rolling Stones and The Eagles.
Settled into the current super-tight lineup after many years and hundreds of shows the band is on fire right now, bringing their own style of Country Blues, Rock & Americana. Playing festivals, theatres, clubs & pubs including a couple of recent rapturous nights at London's legendary 100 Club their ethos is always to have fun and make sure the crowd does too. This is not a band that stands onstage staring at their (red) shoes. They’ve shared line-ups with likes of Bellowhead, Wilko Johnson, The Darkness, The Pretty Things, Jefferson Starship, Eric Burdon, Carl Palmer, The Blues Band, Stray, David Knopfler, The Quireboys, Dr Feelgood, Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel, The Yardbirds, Eddi Reeder & the Animals to name but a few.
Conversation with vocal band: The T Tones
Conversation with singer-songwriter: Kristin Tinsley
Conversation with: Moses Mo And The Real Cool Band
Conversation with jazz vocalist: Ryan Davis and pianist: Tom Ladow
Conversation with indie-folk band: Monday Night Social
Conversation with International Recording Artist: Zakiya Hooker
Conversation with singer-songwriter & musician: Papa Jack Couch
Conversation with lead singers: Bumpin’ the Mango & Backroad to Brooklyn
Conversation with percussionist: Bobby Torres
Conversation with singer-songwriters: Laura Coyle & Trey Wright
Conversation with jazz vocalist: Karla Harris
Conversation with indie-pop group: A Stranger & A Friend
Conversation with lead vocalist and guitarist of A1A: Jeff Pike
Conversation with songwriter and front man of The Rising Souls: Dave Archibald
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