Sunday, May 23, 2010

Magnetic Cherry



About: Magnetic Cherry

Magnetic Cherry began life in Sunderland, North-East England in early 2009 when local lass Emma joined forces with her brother Chris to develop some long-standing ideas for ‘original’ music.

From the very beginning, the goal was to draw on a zenith of experience and musical knowledge that they shared.

With her powerful but melodic vocals, Emma had an immediate impact on the north-east’s acoustic blues and folk circuit cementing her innate natural ability as a songstress.

Her brother Chris established himself as a veritable ‘one-man-band’ by his early teens but drums are where his talent really lies and it is this that forms the solid foundation of the Magnetic Cherry sound.

Also recruited was self taught guitarist Mark Bushell who had been playing along to electric blues and rock music since he first picked up a guitar aged eight.

This brings us to the music itself which is difficult to ‘pigeon-hole’ but were you to dissolve a core of folk-rock into a melting pot of blues and add a dash of country you wouldn’t be a million miles away!


Band Members:

Emma Louise Callaghan
Mark Bushell
Chris Callaghan
Richard (Lionel)Johnson

Influences: Sarah MacLachlan, Ingrid Michaelson, Sarah Bareilles, Joni Mitchell, Eagles, John Mayer, Leona Neiss

Magnetic Cherry is Currently on Hiatus.







Magnetic Cherry - MySpace
http://www.myspace.com/magneticcherry
Magnetic Cherry - Blogspot
http://magneticcherry.blogspot.ca/
VIDEO
Magnetic Cherry – Youtube
http://www.youtube.com/user/magneticcherry
BUY MUSIC
Magnetic Cherry - Itunes
http://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/electric-confessions/id348675994
Magnetic Cherry – CD Baby
http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/MAGNETICCHERRY
Magnetic Cherry - Amazon
http://www.amazon.com/Electric-Confessions/dp/B0032CUR60
Magnetic Cherry – Rhapsody
http://www.rhapsody.com/album/Alb.39779924

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