The sixth album from Scottish singer-songwriter Grant Campbell.
Glad to announce that album number six will be released for digital download on Friday 1st May.
Link to download will go live from 8 am (BST) 1st May.
Thanks for listening and stay safe.
Grant will be making a rare live appearance on Sunday 20th January 2019 at Websters Theatre (Upper Hall) in Glasgow.
Tickets are available here www.grantcampbell.eventbrite.co.uk
£10, doors 7pm and on-stage approx 7.30pm.
I have recently begun selling limited edition numbered prints of some of my photography work.
Please visit www.fixingtheshadows.co.uk/prints
I have recorded a song for an upcoming documentary which will premiere in the UK on 20th April at the Martin Parr Foundation, Bristol including a panel discussion including David Hurn, Brian Griffin, Daniel Meadows and Grant Scott, chaired by Martin Parr.
Hey folks, things have been quiet recently due to other commitments but rest assured I am looking at returning to music and hopefully have some new material out in 2016.
Just a reminder that if you are ordering CD albums for Christmas get your orders in early to guarantee they arrive in time. All albums are currently on sale as well so don’t miss out!
If you wish to have any of the CDs signed please let us know and we will endeavour to do so.
For digital releases (including the debut album ‘Postcards from Nowhere’ & the latest album ‘The Spark’ please visit:
Grant will be making a rare appearance at the Glad Cafe, Glasgow on Sunday 27th July.
Doors are at 7:30pm and tickets are £6 on the door.
‘The Spark’ is reviewed in the Sunday Herald today.
Written, recorded, performed & mixed by Grant Campbell.
Mastered at glowormrecordings by Iain Hutchison.
Includes a pdf booklet which includes lyrics to all ten new songs.
Fitting in recording of the new album in-between usual working life. Coming together slowly but surely as I work around the sounds of lawn mowers and building work that come with city living.
Starting plans/recording for album number five. Hope to have it out before the end of 2013.
Fourth album from acclaimed singer-songwriter Grant Campbell, recorded and mixed in Glasgow, Scotland and mastered by Grammy Award winner Brad Blackwood.
Happy to say the new album ‘Fixing the Shadows’ has been mastered by Grammy Award winning engineer Brad Blackwood at Euphonic Masters.
The album features a host of very talented musicians including; Alyn Cosker (drums), Euan Stevenson (piano), Ross Saunders (Bass), Tim Davidson (pedal steel), Bethany Young (backing vocals) & Iain Hutchison (guitars & keys).
More details including artwork and release date will follow soon.
The new album ‘Fixing the Shadows’ is finally mixed and it’s off to get mastered next week in the hands (ears) of the brilliant Brad Blackwood.
Coming to the end of another spell in the studio and getting very close to completing the recording side of things on the new album.
Everything is so far sounding great (in my humble opinion) and looking forward to mixing the tracks next month. I will release more details once I’m a little further down the road.
Live at the Paradiso in Amsterdam, 2010.
For Belgium & Netherlands April 2010 Tour
This is a compilation containing tracks from each of Grant Campbell’s first three albums.
David Eustace – In Search of Eustace (2009)
Part of theanthropologist.net series
Music by Grant Campbell: Restless Blues from Postcards from Nowhere
The third album released in 2009.
Recorded mostly in one afternoon this album is stripped back and open.
Released in 2007, ‘Beyond Below’ is Grant Campbell’s second album.
Produced, recorded & mixed by Grant Campbell.
All songs written & performed by Grant Campbell.
Drums on ‘Rolling in the Tide’ by Rory McIntyre.
Grant Campbell’s debut album was released in 2005. It was recorded and mixed on a four-track recorder at home in Hardgate, Scotland.
Although it was on limited release it managed to garner some impressive acclaim:
‘Slow, simple, unadorned and powerful’Sunday Times ‘Album of the Week’
‘He may be a little country, a little bit rock’n’roll, but all of his songs have an emotional honesty that cuts straight to the heart’Sunday Herald
‘This is one of the best debuts of years passed, a real hidden treasure that must be found by all’Room Thirteen