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Echo Town

Echo Town

Folk / Rock / Reggae Leeds, UK  UK
Feeling Alright
Feeling Alright
Come on Over
Come on Over


Feeling Alright - Echo Town


  • Fri

    Feb 20

    Falmouth, UK | 7:14pm
  • 2014

    May 30

    York, UK | 8:00pm
  • 2013

    Mar 29

    Leeds, UK | 7:00pm

    Start your spring with Echo Town. Playing music from their Come on Over album as well as a few new tunes. Bring your mates :)

  • 2011

    Jan 30

    BATLEY, UK | 8:00pm

    Tickets free from the link, print out as many as you want and bring loads of people.

  • 2010

    Nov 21

    York, UK | 9:30pm


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  • Mark Parker (Artist)
    Mark Parker
    Great songs. Feeling Alright is brilliant.
  • EP Emsley (Artist)
    EP Emsley
    SUNRISE is just EXCELLENT, I luuurve it,.
  • EP Emsley (Artist)
    EP Emsley
    there's enough blues here to interest me. I live in Bradford, let's meet up and jam sometime, eh?
  • Sills & Smith (Artist)
    Sills & Smith
    Listening to the wonderful Come On Over. Your music just makes me feel good. Frank Smith


  • Busking in Derby 2010
  • Busking in Derby 2010


Richard Harrison


Robert Harrison



Sounds Like: Xavier Rudd - Official, John Butler Trio, Ben Harper, The Beautiful Girls, Jack Johnson

Bio: Echo Town are a Leeds based upbeat folk rock, reggae acoustic band. The used to be a heavy rock band but have finally found their perfect genre. The duo are mainly influenced by Australian talent such as Xavier Rudd and The John Butler Trio as well as Ben Harper and incorporate lesser seen instru...See Full Bio

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Echo Town New Album 2014 http://rvrb.fm/1hS5CGy


“Echo Town are an acoustic folk/rock duo from Leeds, consisting of sibling multi-instrumentalists Richard and Robert Harrison, who deliver positive songs of struggle and achievement on the streets and in the pubs and clubs across the UK. This 12-track album sees them joined by Alexander Jeffrey (bass) and Ben Beattie (sax), to blast out a goodtime, uplifting and contemporary view of modern life. The group vibe is probably best represented by the fabulous stand out track, Feeling Alright, with its joyous blues harp and spirit of collective harmony. This is followed by the reggae lilt of Trouble and it is easy to hear why the duo are often an immediate hit when performing live. Highly promising.”

— Keith Ames, The Musician

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