Jake Friese-Greene is just one of the performers appearing at this years’ Festival supported by and involved with The Jamming Station in Totnes, which provides a weekly platform for emerging sound artists aged between 13 – 21 to meet, collaborate and gig.
It is an opportunity to network, write and co-write, arrange, and develop confidence in writing and performance skills whilst still working towards plugged and unplugged gigs.
Jake plays a sort of souped-up, modernised version of British folk-rock lying somewhere between Mumford & Sons and Bombay Bicycle Club, and has been described as a ‘unique and ambitious’ artist from the burrows of Totnes.
At only 19 years of age, Jake has already released his deput ‘Those Days EP’, as well as making his own little mark in the Devon music scene.
Since normally playing gigs on his own in small pubs and clubs, Jake has managed to find his band and continues to develop a bigger and louder sound for the best live performance possible.
Jake Friese-Greene has promise, and oodles of potential. He’s an artist who’s been around for almost no time at all, but has managed to find his own voice, which is no small feat. If he can continue to refine and expand his sound, he could seriously be a force to be reckoned with.
For full details of Jake Friese-Greene’s performance, please check your DMF Programme
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16th, 17th & 18th May 2014