Catfish Crowdfunding for Broken Man Album

Catfish Crowdfunding for Broken Man Album

Catfish Crowdfunding for Broken Man Album



Crowdfunding opportunities to demonstrate your support for a British award-winning blues band HERE

British Blues Award winners Catfish crashed onto the blues scene in Jan 2015 when their debut album, So Many Roads, went to no 1 in the IBBA blues airplay charts. Their follow up EP, a tribute to BB King called When BB Sings the Blues, followed it to no 5 in Feb 2016. They were nominated for two British Blues Awards in 2015 (Emerging Artist, in which they took third, and keyboard for Paul Long) and three this year (Band of the Year, keyboard for Paul Long again which he won, and Young Artist of the Year for Matt Long in which he took third. A great year for the Catfishes! They have played a number of major blues festivals including Cambridge Rock Festival, Bluesfest at the 02, Maryport, Colne, Broadstairs Blues Bash and Swanage amongst others, and are also playing at a number of blues clubs all over the country. Their new album Broken Man is due out in Jan 2017 – their first album of original material, written by Matt and Paul.

Catfish Crowdfunding for Broken Man Album
Photo Credit Paul Chamberlain

Catfish are currently recording their second album, Broken Man, which will be ready for release in January 2017.  Catfish are asking for your help with the new album there are lots of ways you can show Catfish your support.




Check out your Crowdfunding opportunities HERE  from pre-ordering a copy of the
Photo Credit Graham Hutton

album in advance through to  a VIP package and a mention as a sponsor on the album cover .This album has been a labour of love and the band are really proud of it.  We hope you

will enjoy it.  Thank you so much for your support.

While you are waiting for the album check out where you can hear the music played live – HERE

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