The Sweet Lowdown can take you anywhere you want to go, from a sunny front porch to the outer reaches of the universe. Blending original songwriting and three-part harmonies with an old-time instrumental groove, this award-winning acoustic roots trio from Victoria, B.C in Canada . creates a unique yet timeless sound that takes listeners on a pleasurable and memorable journey. Local singer- songwriter Carl Cape supports
Sounds Like: R.E.M., Woody Guthrie, Canned Heat, Donovan, Jeff Buckley
Bio: Carl Cape is a unique bluesman performer playing his own sparkling brand of ‘folk-skiffle’ with a reputation for great ‘live’ performances.
During the course of a colourful life, Carl has played gigs in some fascinating places including, Greenwich Village cafes in New York, folk cellars in Lond...See Full Bio
Carl Cape has a show on 2014-05-01 at 20:00 @ Cluny 2 in Newcastle upon Tyne http://www.reverbnation.com/c./poni/276858346 #concert
“Veteran Sky At Night presenter Sir Patrick Moore has lent his voice to a "cosmic rock song" written by a Northumberland musician and composer. Carl Cape, wrote Glittering Sky after being inspired by the night skies above his Morpeth home. Mr Cape said Sir Patrick was a "true professional" and recorded the lyrics in a single take. "Sir Patrick has inspired me over the years since I started watching the Sky At Night as a kid. "When I decided to write something to reflect what I could see every night in the skies above Northumberland I came up with the line 'I can see a million stars' and thought straight away about Sir Patrick. "When I had a chance to interview him for my local community radio station I asked him to do the words and he was just great.”