James Grant, Scottish singer-songwriter who was frontman of the band Love and Money.Grant's first solo album,Sawdust in My Veins, was released on Survival Records in 1998. It featured long term collaboratorDonald Shaw,Karen Matheson, harmonica playerFraser Speirs, drummer James MacKintosh and the BT Scottish Ensemble. After a label change to Vertical, the same lineup was retained forMy Thrawn Gloryin 2000.I Shot The Albatross, a collection of poetry set to music, was released in 2002. It included interpretations of works byEdwin Morgan,EE Cummings, andWilliam Blake. The gentle, introspectiveHoly Love, followed in 2004, featuring contributions by dobro playerJerry Douglasand ex-Thrum vocalistMonica Queen.Strange Flowers, a more upbeat collection, was released in February 2009Grant also scored the film The Near Room and has collaborated withCapercaillie'sKaren Matheson, performing live and writing songs for her solo recordsThe Dreaming Sea,Downriver, andTime To Fall.In conversation with radio presenter Billy Sloan on BBC Scotland's Music Through Midnight show on 5 June 2015, Grant revealed he was writing material and suggested it was more likely to be for a solo album than another Love Money project.