The Sundancer will be returning to Nobles Bar in Leith to play a mixture of songs from the new album 21st Century Prophet$ and some of your favourite original The Sundancer songs. Great music, great atmosphere, so come along for a great night.
The Sundancer will be performing a live solo show at Elvis Shakespeare record and book shop on Saturday 1st March featuring songs from new album 21st Century Prophet$.
The Sundancer will be playing songs from new album 21st Century Prophet$ as well as live favourites in this first solo performance of 2014.
The Sundancer 'Live at 5' - Come along to see The Sundancer perform an in-store acoustic set for Love Music’s ‘Live at 5’ on Friday 13th December at 5.00pm. The new retro vinyl style CD Album by The Sundancer, 21st Century Prophet$, is now available to buy from Love Music Glasgow. Everyone is welcome and it’s a great opportunity to buy a beautifully packaged and great sounding album for yourself or a music lover for Christmas. Hope to see you there.
Sounds Like: Marc Bolan, John Lennon, Jack White, Donovan, Julian Cope
Label: The Sundancer Music Company LTD
Bio: The Sundancer is a Scottish singer songwriter who writes uplifting and powerful songs that feed your soul and make you want to dance. His most recent album is 21st Century Prophet$ (available at www.thesundancer.bandcamp.com) and is currently taking bookings for shows to reach his ever expanding ...See Full Bio
Added a new video: "Rocket Science - The Making Of" http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5p3uos #video
“However the newly appointed opening act 'The Sundancer' were taking the shuffle in their stride and played a bit of a blinder. It's a simple set up of a single vocal being backed up with an acoustic guitar and djembe, but between the two members of the band they manage to give out a very rich and textured sound. There's a definite hint of a sixties psychedelic vibe that threads its way through much of the material, but it's a far cry from sounding dated. If Donovan was to write something that smacked of the present then it would probably sound like a track from The Sundancer, and based on this performance I'm going to have to see what I can pick up and take a little paisley patterned trip through their back catalogue.”