Claire Hamill: A Pocket Full of Love Songs

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This episode of Big Blend Radio features acclaimed UK singer-songwriter Claire Hamill who discusses her extensive music career and new solo album, “A Pocket Full of Love Songs.” Out now through Cherry Red, the album was written during lockdown and features songs from the heart on all aspects of love and life. Watch here on YouTube or download the podcast on Podbean.

Claire Hamill is celebrating over 50 years in the music industry. She is known as being one of England’s first female singer-songwriters who has toured, recorded, and performed with Ray Davies of the Kinks, King Crimson, Wishbone Ash, Procol Harum, and Jethro Tull. She’s also known for her hit “Baseball Blues,” and for writing Eva Cassidy’s hit “You Take My Breath Away.” Claire Hamill released her much-loved debut album “One House Left Standing” on Chris Blackwell’s Island label in 1971 and worked with John Martyn, Steve Howe from Yes, and a host of others as she developed her folk roots into new age music and beyond. More:


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