First radio play on the BBC!

So I was very pleased this morning to be greeted with an email from the BBC introducing site informing me that on Saturday my track ‘Shadows’ from my album ‘Perfectly Fine’ was broadcast on BBC Radio Nottingham’s The Beat. The Beat is a radio show championing local and unsigned music, and is hosted by Dean Jackson, who is well known for discovering lots of up and coming unsigned talent.

If you didn’t manage to catch the show, you can listen to it on BBC’s iPlayer here: Launch iPlayer

There’s some great stuff on the show including a great single from We Show up on Radar & an amazing live session from Vintage Trouble

If you would like to hear more of my music on BBC radio then feel free to drop Dean Jackson an email at beat@bbc.co.uk and let him know how much you enjoyed hearing my music on his show.

Also, on a side note – anyone in Nottingham tomorrow, I’m playing at Acoustic Rooms at The Rescue Rooms, for their Dot to Dot festival auditions. As always, entry is free and there are happy hour prices on drinks all night, so if you’re around it would great to see you there! 🙂

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About Marc Reeves

Folk-pop singer songwriter from Nottingham, UK. 'Sweet, soulful & sentimental songs - Reeves has a superb vocal quality and the lyrics to match' – Evening Post 'His lyrics, music and voice ooze a rare musical maturity that defies his age' – LeftLion magazine 'Listening to the tracks on the album it is staggering when you realise that the voice behind these lyrics is only just on the cusp of turning twenty years old' – Nottingham LIVE magazine
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