Under the Radar: Rosie Nimmo

Rosie Nimmo’s fourth album is a poetic blend of folk, pop and blues, write Olaf Furniss and Derick Mackinnon
Rosie Nimmo PIC: Alastair HearsumRosie Nimmo PIC: Alastair Hearsum
Rosie Nimmo PIC: Alastair Hearsum

Edinburgh singer-songwriter Rosie Nimmo releases her fourth album, Where Time Suspends on 5 February. It’s a beautiful and poetic blend of folk, pop, blues and jazz influenced songs. To date, singles Could Have Been (inspired by a book of love poetry gifted to the artist) and Choices, have earned airplay on BBC Radio nan Gàidheal, from Roddy Hart on his BBC Radio Scotland show and via BBC Wales. Nimmo has previously been championed by Iain Anderson and Janice Forsyth, by our sister title Edinburgh Evening News as well by The Guardian and author Ian Rankin.

Where Time Suspends was produced by long time collaborator Marc Pilley (ex-Hobotalk / Arksong) who in addition to production duties on each of Nimmo’s four albums, performs on them, alongside high profile musicians such as Mairi Campbell. For more details, visit https://www.facebook.com/RosieNimmoMusic

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Olaf Furniss and Derick Mackinnon run music industry seminar and social night Born To Be Wide visit www.borntobewide.co.uk

Applications are open for European development and mentoring programme JUMP. Coordinated by six European festivals / conferences, the UK partner Un-Convention, alongside MaMA (France), Athens Music Week (Greece), Linecheck (Italy), MIL (Portugal), and Nouvelle Prague (Czech Republic), are seeking applications from music industry professionals from throughout Europe, with innovative ideas. Successful applicants will have travel, accommodation and tuition costs covered. Apply at https://www,jumpmusic.eu/apply

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