Formed in 2012 in their home city of Liverpool, Ukebox quickly made a splash on the local music scene - filling bars and clubs throughout the city with their unique set up and sound. It wasn't long before the wider world came calling. Having travelled across 6 continents and over 60 countries, including festivals in Australia and New Zealand and tours in China, Ukebox are conquering the world one show at a time.
Their previous releases were spread across 2018 and gained airtime on BBC introducing as well as the music videos hitting over 250,000 views combined. While you are drawn in by their catchy melodies and unique arrangements, you will captivated by their stage presence and charm. With a UK-wide tour coming in February, don't miss your chance to experience an audio and visual pleasure for all.
Gordon Robertson is a Scottish singer/songwriter whose jazz tinged acoustic pop is fast finding fans among connoisseurs who rightly see the connection between Tony Bennett and Jason Mraz, Ella Fitzgerald and Jack Johnson.
“We very much loved the smoothness and ease of his voice” - Jackie Jackson (The Jacksons) and Edele (B*Witched)
24 year old Gordon grew up in Edinburgh in a musical family and started his musical education early. Singing as a chorister since the age of 7, followed by stints in musical theatre, Gordon is also a proficient guitarist, pianist, ‘cellist and drummer. Gordon’s rich, warm tenor voice sets him apart from many of his contemporaries, equally at home delivering a stylish jazz standard, and a powerful, belted pop anthem. An accomplished songwriter, his song Vodka Lemon Lime won the OE International Song Competition in 2016. Gordon performs regularly in clubs across the UK with his band, clocking over 100 performances in 2017 alone.
Gordon Robertson is set to release a string of singles with London-based production/management company The Animal Farm. The first, titled ‘Vodka Lemon Lime’, is a charming earworm of a debut from a multi-talented young musician. It came out on July 27th.