The venue is, as ever, inspirational to both tonight’s acts, who were raised in varied Christian settings in the USA. The gig is sold out and the performers really thrive in this supportive atmosphere. Massachusetts’ native McConnell is now a well-seasoned UK visitor from his Nashville home. His latest album ‘Secondhand Smoke’ was widely lauded, even landing an elusive 10/10 on this website. He is currently darting across a dense array of European gigs crossing borders like a Euro MP who has just learned of the expenses allowance. Continue reading “Sean McConnell + Garrison Starr, St Pancras Old Church, London, 13th February 2020”
Ahead of a forthcoming EP release on 6th March, this song writing supergroup have put out a debut single. At a song writing retreat, Sean McConnell, Garrison Starr and Peter Groenwald began a collaboration that grew into a new project. Their connection is evident in the beautifully sung ‘Nothing Without You’, which was written on the first day of the retreat. Look out for My Sister, My Brother’s live dates in the UK and Ireland in February.