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BOARDWALK ISABELLA headline the Phonic FM Xmas party at The Phoenix Theatre, Exeter in support of the radio station with support from Tobias Ben Jacob and DJs in the bar afterwards. Rock Up Get Down to the grooviest band in town.
Phonic Fm fundraiser Xmas Party. Far North District Headline main stage with Boardwalk Isabella at 9pm
Blues Hall of Famer Tommie Brewster kicks off this Years Skycast Indies Holiday Extravaganza, with featured Artist: Shattervox, Bradley Gillis, a Collab from Wordsmyth, Hackdaddy and Lucas Lasagna; Andrew Marshall, Boardwalk Isabella, Step Echo, Di Lee, Shauni Williams, Inland Views, Our good friends Marco M. and Tony D and Our special guest Spaceship Days with there brand new hit song "December"
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James C Hughes
Sounds Like: Free,, Stevie Wonder, David Bowie, Chic, T Rex
Label: Reconnection Records, Reconnection Records
SERVING THE SONG SINCE 2011
Boardwalk Isabella is the alter ego and musical adventure of independent English rock funk artist and Singer Songwriter, James C Hughes, former New Wave bassist with the likes of The Banned, Cowboys International, The Original Mirrors, Department S, and session man who...See Full Bio
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“Formed in Devon in 20011, Boardwalk Isabella bill themselves as the ‘Grooviest Rock Band In The World’. It’s a big claim to live up to but one listen to debut single Resurrection Man is enough to believe they might just have the talent to back up that bravado. Resurrection Man starts with a retro disco beat. It’s straight out of Nile Rogers kit bag and guaranteed to get you moving. Any thought’s that this is purely about disco are vanquished when James C Hughes vocal comes in. A veteran of the scene, Hughes wears his influences on his sleeve; with touches of both David Bowie and Bobby Gillespie, it’s 70’s glitz and glamour meeting 90’s swagger and attitude. As the guitar solos kick in, the result is far more than the sum of its influences; this is something completely new and fresh. This is one of those tracks that will make you sit up and listen; there’s something a bit different here. Keep an eye out for Boardwalk Isabella in 2014, this could be a big year for them.”