Glastonbudget 2012 audition & BBC Introducing!

So yesterday marked the third time one of my tracks was played on BBC Radio. It has all been thanks to the BBC Introducing uploader, which is something every independent musician should be using right now. Yesterday my track ‘Handshakes’ was played for the second time on Dean Jackson’s show The Beat – and you can catch the show again if you missed it, right here. I’m on at about 50 minutes in, but there’s some great stuff on the show, so I highly recommend listening to the whole show if you have an hour to spare πŸ™‚

I’m excited to say also that I recently went to the BBC Radio Nottingham HQ to film a live session for The Beat – it will be aired on the show and the video will be online very soon! More news on that later!

So onto another hot topic, in several weeks time I’ll be auditioning once again to play the Glastonbudget festival! I had a amazing time at this years festival, so I’m excited to be auditioning at The Maze in Nottingham on August 23rd for my chance to play Glastonbudget 2012! I’ll need all the support I can get so it would be lovely to see you there if you can make it! You can find the Facebook event here.

I’ll leave you all for now with this little preview of a new track from my upcoming album – enjoy!

All the best,



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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