Inspired by the folk greats of Greenwich Village, Laurel Canyon and beyond, Liverpudlian troubadour Rosenblume displays his penchant for songs wrought with passion and emotion, breathing new life into an art of writing long forgotten.
"For Rosenblume, the music is captivating, homely, it is full of strength and generosity of spirit, but above all, besides all the elements that make live music a thing of beauty, his set is honest, purposeful and without embellishment. The hype, for once, not doing its job properly enough, for how can the flatulent nature of hype ever build up something as good as Rosenblume properly.
The band, in truth a collection of some of the most exquisite players around."
LIVERPOOL SOUND & VISION
"If there is such a genre as Irish-Americana, this belongs at the heart of it. Reminding me of a stripped down Springsteen covering Van Morrisson (no pressure there). Smooth and sweet, yet with the denim roughness of a dingy working class bar.
Americana is used to describe most country-tinged acts these days, but I would say this is true Americana as you could feel the influences of jazz, funk and soul with Motown and Sun Records all battling for attention through the set. Sometimes all of them in the same song."
JANICE LONG BBC RADIO 2
"My first BBC Introducing Artist of 2016; Rosenblume... This is just fantastic"
BOB HARRIS BBC RADIO 2