27.01.15 by Jeff

Video Premiere: Vikesh Kapoor “Blue-Eyed Baby”

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Happy to premiere this video for Vikesh Kapoor’s “Blue-Eyed Baby”, from his terrific debut album “The Ballad of Willy Robbins”. I don’t know much about folk music but I find there’s a honesty in his music that I don’t hear in a lot of the folk pop that’s become so popular. Really beautiful stuff.

Vikesh is headlining a tour around the UK/Ireland next month, so for those of you who live out that way, I’ve included a list of tour dates along with the video below!


Video directed by Padraic O’Meara

Vikesh Kapoor’s Website

Vikesh Kapoor on Instagram

IRELAND/UK TOUR

21 Feb – BALLYDEHOB, Levi’s Bar*
22 Feb – MYRTLEVILLE, Pine Lodge** – early
22 Feb – CLONAKILTY, De Barraevening
23 Feb – BALLYMORE EUSTACE, Mick Murphy’s*
24 Feb – DUBLIN, The Workmans Club
25 Feb – BELFAST, The Errigle Inn
26 Feb – GALWAY, Kelly’s Bar*
27 Feb – KILKEE, The Greyhound Bar**
28 Feb – ROSCREA, Leap Castle (Tel: 087 2238040)
01 Mar – CORK, Coughlan’s
03 Mar – MANCHESTER, Takk
04 Mar – HULL, The Adelphi*
05 Mar – NEWCASTLE, The Cluny 2
06 Mar – CARDIFF, The Moon Club
07 Mar – SWANSEA, The Chattery (Tel: 01792 473276)
08 Mar – BATH, The Royal Oak**
09 Mar – LONDON, The Islington
10 Mar – BRIGHTON, The Verdict













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.







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