Dignity Row are a Scottish group formed in 2020 by songwriter Jamie Campbell with an eclectic cocktail of pop, soul, and 80s vibes and feel-good lyrics that reflect on the tapestry of genuine lives and the importance of sharing love and being the best possible version of ourselves.
Dignity Row songs seamlessly cross genres to provide feel good chilled out inspirational anthems, full of hooks that stay in your head. Every song is different, blending a range of voices and instruments, while retaining the Dignity Row sound. Dignity Row are clearly influenced by classic Scottish Bands while blending in many other influences.
Dignity Row have been blessed with the talents of Bobby Bluebell, Ken McCluskey, James Grant, Blythe Duff, Craig Baxter and Christine Kammerer on recent recordings, having been awarded Creative Scotland funding. In 2021, the band were awarded the Highly Recommended status from Liz Clark through the Danny Kyle Open Stage at Celtic Connections. Their eagerly awaited first album Postcards from the Heart is being released by Last Night From Glasgow on Vinyl, CD and Download in April 2024.
Maaike Siegerist is an award-winning Dutch singer-songwriter based in Glasgow. Drawing on genres from acoustic jazz to folk rock, she writes story-telling songs about travels, love, and remarkable people. Expect beautiful melodies sung with a clear voice likened to Joan Baez, with lush jazz chords played on an acoustic guitar.
Maaike has released two self-produced albums with airplay on local radio as well as BBC Radio 6 Music, with Tom Robinson praising her music for its delicate vocal, poised production, gorgeous chord changes." Keyboard wizard Jonni Slater will join Maaike on stage. The set will include duets from their recent EP, Weather Balloons.
Rebeka is a talented Singer/songwriter from Wishaw, taking influences from Rhianna, H.E.R, Raye and Billie Eilish and blending it all into her own unique mix of Pop, R&B and Soul. Rebeka has performed at, Glasgow Green and the Manchester Arena, working as a backing vocalist for Hue & Cry and worked with Texas for the Commonwealth games song. Rebeka is now finishing her Masters in Songwriting and is working towards her first album.
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