Si Cranstoun is set to be the voice of 2015 having achieved so much with his initial step up from King of the Vintage scene to success at radio and a jam packed festival season in 2014 since signing to Warner Music UK?s East West, and the release of his debut album ?Modern Life?, Si is now set to release his brand new single ?Never Gonna Let You Go? on 9th February. Having honed his musical style busking, ?The Voice of the Streets? is now set to take the charts by storm.
?Never Gonna Let You Go? follows up the success of both , ?Caught in the Moonlight? and ?Dance For Evermore? which both gained extensive national airplay and huge TV coverage including Lorraine, Alan Titchmarsh and Good Morning Britain.
Cranstoun?s vocal style has been compared to the likes of Jackie Wilson and Sam Cooke, while his music is a pure blend of northern soul, Motown and vintage pop. With hugely catchy hooks and a contemporary pop sound that also captures the look and feel of a golden era in soul and r&b, Cranstoun?s sound is full of?the classic energy and verve a by gone era but brought up to the present day, with the likes of Chris Evans?describing him as ?A squeeze of The Bee Gees, a bit of Billy Joel, a dash of Dean Freidman, and a ripple of Rodriguez.? ? ? ? ? ??
The media have embraced Si?s style featuring him in a range of media including, The Sun?s Fabulous Magazine, Music Week, Very Magazine, Hot Press and has recently been featured on the front cover of ECHOES Magazine and UK Rock & Roll. He has also made appearances at BluesFest , Carfest , Proms in the Park, Secret Garden , Lounge on the Farm , Twinwood and many more.
His sound and vocal style is classy throwback to the classic sound of the early sixties the success of , ?Caught in the Moonlight? and ?Dance For Evermore?? at Radio 2 , Magic etc. was an astonishing achievement from an artist who had never previously released a song on a major label. Cranstoun wrote the song with the legendary Tony Macaulay of The Foundations ?Build Me up Buttercup? fame.? So far, Cranstoun has earned radio support from Radio 2, Magic and BBC London, and has been featured in the Daily Mail and the Daily Star, as well as appearing on BBC London News TV and ITV Text Santa.
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