Danny & The Champions Of The World "Stay True"

Wednesday, 3rd July 2013

16th September, there it is - the release date for Stay True, the incredible new album from Danny & The Champions Of The World.DATCOTW - Stay TrueWith full time band members Danny George Wilson, Chris Clarke, Paul Lush, Steve Brookes and Geoff Widdowson all in place, the band were joined in the studio by fellow Champs Rosalie Deighton, Trevor Moss & Hannah-Lou and Dreaming Spires brothers Robin & Joe Bennett. Contributions also came in the shape of pedal steel maestro Melvin Duffy and members of Ahab and London bluegrass outfit Foghorn Leghorn. The result of which is something rather special and we seriously can't wait for you all to hear it.If you've already been fortunate enough to have caught a taste of one of these new tunes live, no doubt you'll understand our excitement. If not, aside from the record being available on all your favourite formats - festivals and tour dates as follows, with more on the way soon :-

July06 MAVERICK FESTIVAL, Suffolk (Danny solo)19 TRUCK FESTIVAL, Oxford (Danny solo)

August03 STANDON CALLING, Hertfordshire09 CROPREDY FESTIVAL, Banbury

September24 The Railway Hotel, SOUTHEND25 Also Known As, BANBURY26 The Chattery, SWANSEA27 Windmill, BRIXTON28 South Street Arts Centre, READING29 Hare & Hounds, BIRMINGHAM

November13 Old Oak Bar, CORK14 Whelans, DUBLIN15 The Goats Toe, Bangor, BELFAST16 Cleeres, KILKENNY20 Pivo Pivo, GLASGOW22 Town Hall, STORNAWAY24 The Cluny, NEWCASTLE28 The Bullingdon, OXFORD29 The Donkey, LEICESTER30 The Palmeira, BRIGHTON

December01 The Maze, NOTTINGHAM03 The Railway, WINCHESTER

“there’s always been a sense of a tasteful restraint to the studio albums but unleashed on stage with their raspy vocals and heartland rock and soul, they’re like a power station on steroids.”


“This is a proper old school live album, makes you want to go to a gig”


“songs like This Is Not a Love Song and and Stay True which come at you one after the other; are destined to make ‘new fans’ wonder why these kids aren’t topping the bill at Glastonbury with their magic formula and bittersweet songs.”