Liverpool’s Jamie Webster has announced his biggest career news to date, confirming a homecoming show at the M&S Bank Arena on Saturday 19th November 2022. The announcement of the 11k capacity arena date follows a jubilant hometown gig at the Guild of Students, which preceded news that all three 2021 dates at the Liverpool Olympia
We’ve taken a regular feature from our interviews and made it into a podcast – the Fantasy Pints Podcast! The weekly episodes feature guest interviews with just one common question – “if you could go for a drink with any three musicians past or present, who would you choose and why?” Following the announcement of
Liverpool‘s rising singer-songwriter Jamie Webster has announced his new album, ‘Moments‘, set for release on Friday 28th January 2022. The announcement follows the release of his new single today, ‘Going Out‘, accompanied by a video recorded at Saturday’s sold out homecoming gig at Liverpool University Guild of Students (watch at the bottom of the article).
It’s time for the fourth wave of tracks to be added to our ‘Best of 2021’ playlist. We have narrowed down a longlist of excellent releases to just 14 new additions, including Zuzu, Red Rum Club and Jamie Webster! We will update this playlist regularly throughout the year. Any track submissions send to email@example.com. The new tracks are as
Scotts have teamed up with This Feeling and Modern Sky to bring together a host of the UK’s best up and coming musical talent to release a cover of The Farm‘s classic hit, “All Together Now”. All proceeds from the Artists United Collective track will go to the Music Venue Trust in support of the #SaveOurVenues campaign. The track
Having launched their Under The Spotlight series last week with Sam Tompkins, menswear specialists scotts continue to explore their passion for rising British music by unveiling its second episode, which highlights Liverpool’s indie-folk hero Jamie Webster. Jamie Webster first came to attention when his version of the ‘Allez Allez Allez’ football chant became the unofficial anthem of Liverpool’s triumphant 2019 Champions League campaign. He’s since gone from strength-to-strength, playing to 80,000 people ahead of