Sonic groove landscapes where cosmic country moves onwards!
Ash Gray and The Burners are a 5 piece band playing high energy Southern tinged alternative country and rock. Hailing from Austin Texas, Ash Gray, is now based in Sheffield with his band, The Burners play cosmic country mixed with bluesy Texas rock.
Before settling for a number of years in New York City. Initially scratching that hard-rock itch as guitarslinger with legendary Epic recording artists The Cycle Sluts From Hell, Ash shifted gear, forming the acoustic folk-pop harmony band Ash Gray & The Girls, celebrating the release of album, Born In The Summer with a string of dates in the New York and New Jersey area.Pinballing between NYC and his Texas hometown, Ash finally bit the bullet, recording his debut solo album Once I Got Burned, with such Austin luminaries as Dave Biller (Dale Watson, Wayne Hancock), John Hagen (Lyle Lovett) and producer Chris Burns (Asleep At The Wheel, Jerry Jeff Walker, Dale Watson).
Ash is promoting new album 'Live 55' which has been described as “very Americana gasoline fuelled opiate”.
“Modern and fresh..Gram Parsons in the 70s..Ash unites the contemporary with reverence for his musical heritage” ROCK'N'REEL
“Gray is an engaging storyteller…an artist who makes old time music feel effortlessly contemporary” COUNTRY MUSIC MAGAZINE
“Cosmic country vibe crashing into West Coast psychedelia” DANCING ABOUT ARCHITECTURE
Large Plants is the post-apocalyptic downer-fuzz-rock side project of Jack Sharp, former singer guitarist from psych-folk luminaries Wolf People. Suddenly without a band and faced with the enforced lockdown of Summer 2020, Jack set up in a friends’ old barn in Bedfordshire and created a tonne of scuzzy, loner, biker-rock.