Tag: Bill Deasy

Bill Deasy

Music Reviews

A Different Kind of Wild (Traveling Light). Review by Andrew Ellis.

Bill Deasy

Music Reviews

The Miles (Traveling Light Records). Review by Andrew Ellis.

Ransom Seaborn

Print Reviews

Can Bill Deasy make the transition from celebrated singer-songwriter to accomplished author with his debut novel, Ransom Seaborn? Andrew Ellis finds out.

Bill Deasy

Music Reviews

Chasing Down A Spark (Bound To Be Records). Review by Andrew Ellis.

Bill Deasy

Interviews

Former Gathering Field singer Bill Deasy tells Andrew Ellis about his new solo career, the frustrations involved with landing a record deal and why as a consequence, he’s going his own way.

Bill Deasy

Music Reviews

Good Day No Rain (Bound To Be Records). Review by Andrew Ellis.

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