John Stammers

Alternative, Pop, Psychedelic
John Stammers: Vocals / Guitar; Ian Hinton-Smith; Paul Blakesley: Bass / Vocals; Paddy Steer: Drums / Percussion; Allan Cook: Pedal Steel / Dobro / Mandolin; Ben Dumville: Wind Instruments; Naomi Hart: Cello / Piano / Accordion; Nancy Elizabeth: Vo
Manchester / UK
John Stammers lives in Chorlton, a leafy Suburb of Manchester, England. With artists, musicians, and young entrepreneurs setting their roots down and the streets littered with Shops, restaurants, cafs, and Bars, it has been said that Chorlton is the Laural Canyon of the North of England and John Stammers is part of the Furniture. The Dulcimer, a tavern dedicated to the gospel of folk, jazz, pop and all things Balearic, is where you might catch John either playing Live or talking music till the midnight. John Stammers is going to capture the hearts of many a music fan with this killer album a mix jazz / blues / folk / balearic filled with well-crafted melodies and instrumental pieces, hints of trad arrangements and flashes of contemporary Popular song. John has managed to forge his way into a rather overpopulated live music scene and has effortlessly left his mark.
Dando Shaft, Macca, Buddy Holly, White Noise, Davey Graham, Stephen Prina, Gene Rains, John Fahey, The Corries, Clive Palmer, Sebastian Tellier, Lone Pigeon, Paddy Steer, The Superimposers, Os Mutantes,The Pentangle, The Monks Kitchen