Sphere Music Podcast #6 With Layne Greene as Special Guest

Layne Greene and Bryan MacDonald during the skype interview for www.radio-happy.com

Layne Greene and Bryan MacDonald during the skype interview for http://www.radio-happy.com

Hello listeners of my radio show in www.radiohappy.eu and readers of this blog. The sixth podcast is out and this time I have a special guest, Canadian singer/songwriter Layne Greene( Interview begins at 29:45 of the show). A cool interview where he performs three original tracks accompanied by guitarist Bryan MacDonald. There are also great artists you will hear when you click ‘play.’ So listen to this podcast and if you have requests feel free to tell me on the comments section.


Sugar Man by Sixto Rodriguez 
The Rock by Eve Williams and Dominik Boncza-Skrzynecki
Robinson Crusoe by Von Shakes 
Only One Still Dancing by Joel Sarakula 
Disappointed Me by John Munnelly
Broken Wings by Chemical Sweet Kid
Cliffs Along the Sea by Layne Greene 
Interview with Layne Greene 
Talk Dirty and Work by Black n White
Energy by My.Cosmo 
Speeding Train by Dennis McCalmont 
Homesick by Western Skies Motel

The Enchanting Music of Eve Williams

© Eve Williams/ Craig Murray(Archie Atholl) 2012
Video by Aaron Buckley
Produced by Andrew Giddings

Eve Williams has a kind of sound that will appeal to the wider public. I think people who listen to ambient and indie folk will love her music.Those who are also into fine songwriting with classical flavour will certainly buy her recordings. The mesmerizing melodies of her songs are centered around her classically trained vocals. On top of this, her poetic lyrics will enchant you with their mystery and romantic flourishes.

Twenty Miles From Home is her album that’s released late last year. Her carrier single Oblivion (Co-written by Scottish artist Archie Atholl)is approaching 1000 plays via soundcloud and rising. The atmosphere of Twenty Miles From Home calls to mind bellowing curtains and the mysterious beauty of Northern Ireland where this singer/songwriter resides. When I read about her influences, I am pleased:  Kate Bush, Sarah Brightman, Enya, Maire Brennan, Peggy Lee, Dusty Springfield, Tennyson, Shakespeare and T.H.White.