Monthly Archives: May 2012

Vive La France! SGO represents Vanessa, Johnny and more …

Posted by sgomusic on May 24, 2012 in News

Labo M Editions has renewed its sub-publishing agreement with SGO and added some additional musical gems. We now represent songs recorded by major French artists VANESSA PARADIS, JOHNNY HALLYDAY and MATTHIEU CHEDID. The catalogue also includes the soundtrack of the film UN MONSTRE A PARIS (A Monster In Paris).

 

Bobby Long’s (and SGO’s) first book of poetry coming very soon …

Posted by sgomusic on May 22, 2012 in News

Bobby Long‘s poetry debut, ‘Losing My Brotherhood’ published by SGO and edited by Sharon Weisz will be available worldwide in the coming weeks. Bobby is currently on tour with Steve Winwood. Bobby’s new album is slated for a Fall release on ATO.

Bobby Long on tour with Steve Winwood now!

Posted by sgomusic on May 17, 2012 in News

Following on from guesting on the Rod y Gabriela US tour, Bobby Long is now out on 12 shows supporting the legendary Steve Winwood. See ya in Milwaukee … or Minneapolis … or St. Louis .. or Chicago … or New York …

Sean Taylor … it’s all Dutch (and Belgian) to us – “musical genius … what a great record”

Posted by sgomusic on May 17, 2012 in News

Sean Taylor‘s ‘Love Against Death‘ does the biz in the European lowlands …

  • 6th week on Radio 1, Belgium playlist.
  • OOR (Netherlands) “Sean Taylor shows a forgotten brilliance.”
  • Live XS (Netherlands) “musical genius … what a great record”
  • Jazzism (Netherlands) 4 Star “A lyrical bravado that you seldom hear today and which can only be compared to the young Bob Dylan.”
  • Written In Music (Netherlands) “A definite highlight of 2012 and Taylor is the most interesting of the newer generation singer-songwriters.”
  • and … back in Blighty BBC Radio 2’s, Mike Harding “My main listen today – Springsteen and Taylor are cheering my day.” “Fantastic” … “Brilliant album” … 

Irish Legends Lúnasa in ground breaking performance ‘Lúnasa and The Brain’, NCH, Dublin

Posted by sgomusic on May 17, 2012 in News

The music of Lúnasa will provide the backdrop to the most unique of the Dublin City of Science 2012 events – Lúnasa and The Brain. Lúnasa and the RTE Concert Orchestra will perform Lúnasa’s ‘greatest hits’ in concert at The National Concert Hall following a lecture “Music Movement and the Brain” on 19th June. The evening will illustrate the connection between the neuroscience of music and the music itself. Read more here.

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