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Simon Lister

Rank #20 UK Halifax, UK Singer Songwriter / Alternative / Americana

50% of sales go to the charity Half The Sky Movement.

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Sounds Like: Shackled Mule, Bob Dylan, The Gun Club, The Misfits (1977-1983), PIXIES

Label: Alternate Testicles

Bio: Simon Lister is a singer-songwriter, solo artist and every member of the band Shackled Mule. He is known for his earlier work with the bands The Climbhouse and Dead Clowns. He plays several musical instruments; generally with his hands, sometimes with his feet, sometimes both. He uses words to ma... See Full Bio

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I don't often visit my ReverbNation page. I find ReverbNation to be a waste of time. Find me at Bandcamp or Facebook (links on this page).

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Feb 6, 2012
I write a blog on a different site; covering all sorts of wayward nonsense. Reve... [more]
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  • Stiff Spirit (Artist) Stiff Spirit
    Party in Hell! Great stuff Simon.
  • the Dean Gray band (Artist) the Dean Gray band
    'Party in Hell'- Another great track,Simon. Oh,yeah,happy christmas .Dean.
  • the Dean Gray band (Artist) the Dean Gray band
    Great track you got there,Simon with 'Party in Hell'. Nice one,Dean
  • 13 BoneZ (Artist) 13 BoneZ
    man you guys rock-this is Steve-o from the band 13 BoneZ. we just hit #1 on the reverb nation rock charts come check us out.
  • Eddie Ray Franks Jr (Artist) Eddie Ray Franks Jr
    Thanks for the connection and I wish you much success with your music. Have a great afternoon and week. Eddie Ray
  • sospot (Fan) sospot
    Great stuff!
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Q: your music often has dark deep over/under tones, do you think this might change ?
A: Thanks for your question. My songs reflect how I feel and what I'm thinking when I write them. I only write songs when I'm feeling particularly deep and dark. When I'm happy and full of joy, the compulsion to write isn't there, so I don't. To answer your question, might the dark deep over/undertones in my music change? I hope not, because that would mean I couldn't write.

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