BBC Electric Proms 09

LONDON ROUNDHOUSE

OCTOBER 20-24

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Daley

in session at Maida Vale studios

Performance highlights

Daley

Daley is a rising UK singer-songwriter hailing from Manchester. You'll hear touches of neo-soul, jazz, funk and pop in his smooth sound. Over the last few years Daley has been building a reputation for himself around the UK with his inflective, melodic vocal style, songwriting flair and sense of style.

Daley found himself on the road to Maida Vale after uploading his track, Rainy Day, to BBC Introducing. The song was soon picked up at BBC 1Xtra by Ras Kwame's 100% HomeGrown team and MistaJam. It's also been played by Sam Walker at BBC Introducing in Manchester.

 

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    • 1. At 3:33pm on 26 Oct 2009, coolphyllie wrote:

      i absolutely LOVE 'rainy day' - the tone and inflections of his voice remind me of conner reeves back in the day. Very very very talented - i want more!!!!! Thanks to Daley for participating and thanks to 1xtra for putting him on - first heard 'rainy day' on ronnie herel's rnb show, loved it from then. Am checking the myspace right now!!!!!

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    • 2. At 4:43pm on 26 Oct 2009, coolphyllie wrote:

      I keep listening to this over and over again, really amazing talent and especially in awe as this is live.

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    • 3. At 09:35am on 15 Apr 2010, Delroy wrote:

      Nothing but CLASS

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    • 4. At 6:40pm on 18 Jun 2010, maspito wrote:

      Good voice, reminds me a bit of Connor Reeves, but not quite the strength to pull of Calvin Richardson yet tho! Work on it bro! And need to get that band jammin yo!

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