Matt McGinn | Annie (Many Moons Ago)

Matt McGinn Annie ( Many Moons Ago) Review

Written by MartinB

On September 18, 2020

Annie (Many Moons Ago)

“This is such a classy song and so honest, I feel that Matt has lived through this scenario in order to create such poignant, heartfelt lyrics.

 It is perfectly constructed and with every four bars , he cleverly reveals more sub plots and twists to the story.

 Credit to Matt for sticking to a sound that oozes his own country background and County Down roots. In addition to his song-writing skills on this track, he also plays guitars, drums and piano whilst singing all the harmonies!

Special mention must also go to Niamh Dunne on fiddle, Sean Og Graham on accordion and Jon Thorne on double bass.”

 Martin Blore, The British Country Music Festival (TBCMF)

Credits

 Songwriters – Matthew Stephen McGinn

Source – Blue Lid Records

New UK Country Music Guide

We listen to roughly 20-35 new releases a week from UK artists in the contemporary country & Americana genres. Including the lovely sub genres of  Alt Country, Country Pop, Country Rock, Country Swing, Country Soul, Bluegrass, Country Blues and Folk. 

Out of those songs we will choose 7 songs that have grabbed us and celebrate them here.

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TBCMF will continue to bring Country fans and artists together to celebrate the unique spirit and sense of unity that is at the heart of what our festival stands for.

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