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Dignity Row – Better

Written by on 21/01/2021

Glasgow band Dignity Row released their debut single on the 6th of January this year.

The song was written by Jamie Campbell and features Christopher Campbell on Lead Vocals, Jamie Campbell on Keyboard and Drums with Hermie Longalong on Saxophone.

You can listen to the track on Spotify:

Dignity Row is the brainchild of Jamie Campbell, a keyboard player/songwriter/vocalist from Glasgow.

Jamie was offered a recording deal/publishing deal with Polygram at age 21 with a band called Cliché, but decided not to pursue this offer. He then played in a number of popular Indie bands including Kick Reaction and Big Sur, supporting Wet Wet Wet, Deacon Blue, Robert Cray, and The Levellers.

Jamie has built up a catalogue of original songs over the last few years, and has now formed Dignity Row to record and release the new songs. The core band is Jamie covering song writing, keyboards, vocals and Guitar, Dario Palazzo on Guitars, Gavin Patterson on Drums/Sound Engineering, and Hermie Longalong on Saxophone.

The core band is augmented by additional vocalists and musicians from Jamie’s extensive network. Christopher Campbell features on Lead Vocals for the first release “Better”

Jamie is also working on writing songs for briefs from 23rd Precint/SONY etc, as well as a number of other projects, to keep the songwriting as diverse as possible.

Dignity Row are working on their first album, being recorded at STUDIO 1790 in Cumbernauld. There will be interim releases of song before then on Spotify and Itunes.

Already, the song “Better” has been well received, getting airplay on Celtic FM, CamGlen Radio, Pulse FM, Amazing Radio, Gravity FM  and ERM Radio.

Great quotes from Jim Gellatly ( Amazing Radio)   A track that just oozes class…….missing link between The Blue Nile and Hue&Cry”
Ronnie McGhie (Pulse Radio) ““ class song. One of the best singles I’ve heard in a while. Great sound”
Jamie was recently interviewed on CamGlen Radio.
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