Album Review: Sunjay Brayne – Seems So Real

Sunjay Brayne’s debut CD ‘Seems So Real’ is an excellent introduction to an artist that has many influences from a mixture of Blues, Folk & Popular Music. Recorded in one day, live with no overdubs and it just shows the raw quality of such a young artist. From the opening track, ‘Love you like a man’ a cover that he first heard Chris Smither’s play, leads you into some classic blues and it doesn’t stop there. Sunjay takes you on this journey from blues to folk with tracks from Steve Tilston to Blind Willie McTell.  Other tracks include Mark Knopfler’s ‘Golden Heart’ and Chris Smither’s ‘Seems So Reel’  in which Sunjay show just what a great guitar player he is.

Sunjay is rapidly developing into one of the best young solo performers on the UK acoustic scene. At just 18 his performances have been described as “mature & confident” while his guitar playing has been hailed as “superb, brilliant,experienced, intricate & faultless”.

Sunjay Brayne’s debut shows his incredible ability on guitar with a great vocal style to match. Already a BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award Nominee  in 2012. Sunjay is one to watch and his debut is a must for anyone’s collection.

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