Michelle Plum and Nick B Hall are PLUMHALL, an electrifying duo from Yorkshire whose award winning self-penned songs are earning them well deserved plaudits from the likes of Miles Hunt (The Wonder Stuff), Steve Knightley (Show of Hands), R2 Magazine (4 stars) and many more. PLUMHALL have a fierce reputation on the UK live circuit, delivering powerful acoustic guitar and luscious harmony-driven textures of original contemporary folk rock.
PLUMHALL’s debut album THUNDERCLOUD (SPLID RECORDS/PROPER DISTRIBUTION) was voted one of The Guardian and Observer's Hidden Gems, and Michelle and Nick are winners of the Yorkshire Gig Guide Outstanding Songwriters award 2014, as well as International Song Competition semi-finalists.
Celebrating a wealth of international radio play, PLUMHALL were joined on stage by Bob Dylan's legendary guitarist Larry Campbell for a scintillating performance of Dylan’s ‘Sen?or (Tales of Yankee Power)’, which had a capacity crowd on its feet.
PLUMHALL have released their debut single “Learning How To Talk”, written especially for them by Chumbawamba’s Boff Whalley. They will shortly release one more single from their debut album, “Never Forget My Name”, the song that BBC Folk Award nominee Dan Walsh has just added to his UK tour set list.
PLUMHALL’s second studio album is in the pipeline with a planned release early 2017.
Michelle & Nick often appear onstage and on record with bass, percussion/drums + more.
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