James Holt is a UK singer songwriter musician based in Manchester. He is available as a support act for a headlining performer and welcomes all genuine performance opportunities. Featuring on BBC 6music Mixtape he also appeared at the launch of the NOISE Festival in London.
His song ‘Whatever Happened to John?’ was chosen by Brian Eno.The song was also featured on BBC Radio Manchester by Mike Sweeney with a charity single ‘Butterfly’ released on July 15th 2016. Support the charity by downloading the excellent tracks. Interested in inviting James to your venue, event or radio station?
Check out HMV for his latest sales. Send him full information on what you’re planning when thinking of inviting him to your event..
James Holt ‘Whatever Happened To John’
Single ‘Come Out to Play’ released 1st March 2019. Music For Your Collection: ‘Whatever Happened to John?’ from ‘In the Face of It All’ (EP).
Also available is ‘The Mirror’, ‘Eastern Rift’ (single) and ‘Sanguine On the Rocks’ (EP).
Check the James Holt Facebook page for all the new and exciting news!
BBC 6 Music has been described as a “dedicated alternative music station”. Many presenters have argued against the perception that the main focus is indie guitar music. The station itself describes its output as “the cutting edge music of today, the iconic and groundbreaking music of the past 40 years and unlimited access to the BBC’s wonderful music archive”. Since 2014, an annual music festival, 6 Music Festival, has been held in different cities around the United Kingdom and broadcast live on the station.
In July 2010, the BBC Trust announced it had rejected a proposal by the BBC to close 6 Music to provide commercial rivals more room. The trust commented that the station was “well-liked by its listeners, was highly distinctive and made an important contribution”. In 2018, 6 Music was the most listened-to digital-only radio station, with an average weekly audience of 2.53 million. Wikipedia
Contact JAMES HOLT with your enquiry.