Touchstone

17:08 16 July 2009

Touchstone

Touchstone

Touchstone Members: Rob Cottingham, Adam Hodgson, Paul Moorghen, Al Melville and lead-singer Kim Seviour, more affectionately known as Lord Cotters, Hodgie, Moo, Pantumper and Elkie. Genre: Progressive Rock From: St Albans/Harpenden Musical Influences: In
Touchstone

Touchstone

Members: Rob Cottingham, Adam Hodgson, Paul Moorghen, Al Melville and lead-singer Kim Seviour, more affectionately known as Lord Cotters, Hodgie, Moo, Pantumper and Elkie.

Genre: Progressive Rock

From: St Albans/Harpenden

Musical Influences: Include Marillion, Faith No More, Bon Jovi and Yes.

Background: World-renowned British actor Jeremy Irons is among their fans and he recorded a spoken prelude for the title track of the band's album Wintercoast. The band regularly play at The Horn and have won widespread critical acclaim in the rock industry, playing a number of high profile festivals at home and abroad.

Links: www.touchstonemusic.co.uk / www.myspace.com/touchstonemusicuk

LATEST NEWS! Touchstone will be the opening act at London’s High Voltage music festival in summer 2010.

Some 35,000 festival-goers will cram into Victoria Park in July to watch Touchstone and other rock bands such as ZZ Top, Uriah Heep, Pendragon, Asia and Marillion over the course of the two-day festival.

For more details on the High Voltage festival, log on to www.highvoltagefestival.com

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