A nomad both geographically and musically, Ross Wilson of Blue Rose Code writes from the heart, eschewing any specific genre, and the 12 new songs on The Water Of Leith - addressing themes of love, loss, travel, home, accepting the past and embracing the future - are painted with colours of Soul, Jazz, Folk and Pop, an eclecticism that has become a hallmark of Blue Rose Code.
Following a successful tour with the wonderful band Ranagri in August 2018, preceded with sold-out London solo concerts, and performances at Lyme Folk Weekend [opening for festival headliners Show of Hands], Steve is writing & recording a third album and preparing his 2019 gig schedule.
"Utterly lovely, like an angrier Nick Drake"
Bob Fischer BBC Introducing
"Steve Dagleish is a wonderful, engaging performer who combines all the skills of the best singer songwriters."
Trevor Lloyd , Songwriters Circle Radio Show, 10 Radio
"There was a time when I’d say that a big label should snap him up but in the current climate I’d say he was doing well enough by himself."
Dai Jeffries 'Folking.com"
"The essential ‘man with guitar’ album will never go out of style, it’s just that some do it so much better than others. To hear how it should be done listen to ‘Yours for Eternity’ from Steve Dagleish."
Tim Carroll 'FolkWords'
With Greg Hancock & Alex Seel.