Shipcote – A musician & band based in Newcastle Upon Tyne.
Well Hello everybody
A very warm & cheery welcome to our lovely new website. Look look look, It’s much more simple than our last one , and much the better for it.
If you need anything, just use the contact page. The album page goes straight to bandcamp now, and we have a nice biography. We will update every show as soon as their booked & have more exclusive items here too .
Oooops, tell all your friends to come visit & thanks so much for caring
New album on its way
We’ve got a new album coming out this summer called “Local Favourites”
It mainly features just Shippy, Cath & old Shipcote Friend & special guest Malcolm McMaster on steel.
Six tunes are self penned & six are covers of local artists work. It will be available on bandcamp first
Thats the album front cover below, outside an old shop in Austin Texas- photo George Brainard.
Shipcote – Local Stars reviews
“The laid back presentation of the songs on this album creates a lovely cosy atmosphere. Some beautiful songs that show Graham Shipcote’s wonderful talent 100%. ”Freddy Celis, Rootstime /Belgium, July 2021
“Rather lovely and thought provoking tales from the mind of the King of Geordicana. For the uninitiated Shipcote treads a lovely path between Old-Timey Country Music, & gentle singer-songwriter fare.Alan Harrison, Rocking Magpie, June 2021
Songs That Will Take You on a Lovely Summer’s Evening Trip Somewhere Wonderful
‘Pop Pickers – Shipcote & Friends 2021 review
Not normally the most prolific of recording artists, this is Shipcote’s second release of 2021 ….. and; as he has nervously told me several times ……. a bit different from anything he’s done before ….. and he’s done a lot!
That said, as soon as you hear Shippy’s warm and melancholic tones on the sad opening track Lonely Nights you know you are on safe ground; but the gentle Caribbean-lite guitar play, shakers and producer/ main friend Martin Stephenson in the background; make for a delightful few minutes; and not for the last time on Pop Pickers either
The Rocking Magpie, Alan Harrison – Sept 2021 …. full review link