Tin Can Review is broadcast on London’s Resonance 104.4 FM every Saturday night at 8pm and features the best in new blues, folk and Americana music. Resonance FM describes itself as ‘the world’s first radio art station’ and is a non-profit, community radio station run by the London Musicians' Collective.
With a voice that evokes images of a bygone era of American Roots music, Irish singer songwriter Anna speaks directly to the listener with a memorable and honest lyrical approach. Her debut album released in Feb 2015, ‘Down to the Bone’ captures the songwriter confidently moving between soulful Americana, brooding late night ballads, and country tinged folk, paying homage to the traditions of the influences that went before while carving out a unique and contemporary space for her voice to be heard.
Garnering a reputation as a live performer able to capture an audience, Anna has already shared the stage with many celebrated singers & songwriters including Sarah Jarosz , Aoife O’ Donovan, Mick Flannery, John Smith, Duke Special, Lisa Hannigan, Simone Felice and many more.
‘A stunning debut. “Down To The Bone” captures a depth of longing and soul that belies her 24 years. Beware of Anna Mitchell.’ -Simone Felice
“Really, really gorgeous songs... ” - Janice Long
BBC Radio 2
“Lyrics which involuntarily swerve your gaze to the sky” - Music Week
Dan Whitehouse’s new album ‘Raw State’ features some of the songwriter’s best material - head and heart music, rooted in the human condition.
Produced by Danny George Wilson and Chris Clarke (from Danny and the Champions of the World), the collection also a significant collaboration with pedal steel legend BJ Cole.
Since releasing his debut in 2009, the prolific singer-songwriter has amassed a catalogue of five EPs/mini-albums and three full-albums, performed sell-out shows across the UK and North America, and is an active community musician.
An acoustic based songwriter from Kent who released his debut EP 'Lost At Sea' in August 2014. Fusing a unique blend of country and folk influences, his shows include no pyrotechnics or costume changes, just guitar playing and a voice guaranteed to draw you in.