Louise Golbey recently did an interview with Soul Culture. You can read the transcript here http://www.soulculture.co.uk/features/interviews/louise-golbey-dont-call-her-a-jazz-singer/
The music video for ‘Same Old Same Old’ is now available on YouTube. Click here to watch it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vr76zDbIOsI&hd=1
Directed by Gareth Bowler & produced by Louise Golbey herself. It features some very special guests including BBC Radio 1’s Ras Kwame!
Here is an exclusive behind the scenes clip filmed by the BBC Introducing crew with Ras showing how it all happened:
There are some photos from the video shoot by RuthRoxanne click here: http://www.flickr.com/search/?ss=2&w=8040694@N07&q=Louise+Golbey&m=text
Louise Golbey did a live interview and played three of her tracks on Ronnie Herel’s show on BBC Radio 1Xtra Monday 15th March
For those of you who couldn’t listen to it live, click here to watch the video footage: http://vimeo.com/10331297
Louise Golbey was invited to record three of her tracks for an exclusive BBC Introducing weekender at the infamous Maida Vale Studios. To listen to the tracks and see photos click here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/music/introducing/artists/louisegolbey/mvsession/
And here is a link to watch her exclusive behind the scenes Video Diary of the day: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BoIu7VLcoLA
The tracks have been played on Radio 1, 1xtra and 6Music by Huw Stephens, Ras Kwame, Rampage and Tom Robinson.
Louise Golbey performed at the opening night of The London Jazz Festival on the 13th November at The Barbican with her full band for an hour’s set. What a night! Thanks to everyone who came and supported. Her next live show is at The Jazz Cafe on Sunday 6th December for UK Soul Jam and she’ll be performing at Ronnie Scott’s on Sunday 13th December for the Soul Family Christmas special…
Louise Golbey’s new EP ‘How It Is’ out on iTunes NOW!!
As well as production from 8trak (the title track ‘How It Is’) the EP features production from Mercury Music Prize nominated producer Drew Horley including ‘Same Old, Same Old’.