Tag Archive: the


Clash of The Courtesans

A BITTER social network argument has ensued between two artists who share the name “The Courtesans”. Well, bitter on one side, at least.

The two groups (who we’ll differentiate by “duo” and “band” to avoid confusion) have both stated that they took the name first, and only found out that they shared that name when the duo appeared on the Xtra Factor this weekend.

 

courtesans band

Band ‘The Courtesans

The band The Courtesans have since released a statement saying that they are not affiliated with duo:

“Considering the media attention as this connection was brought to our knowledge, we felt it right to let the public know that The Courtesans are in no way connected to ‘Eileen Daly and The Courtesans’ as shown by The X Factor.”

However, front woman of the duo The Courtesans, Eileen Daly, hit back a little more aggressively:

Duo 'The Courtesans'

Duo ‘The Courtesans’

 

“They are not the courtesans, they are nobodys who play soft rock..they havent done half of what the courtesans have done..this is all I going to say.”

But that was not all she was going to say:

“Its funny they look like old hags now! may get them to be in my new whitches film..I only need two, so I will get the two ugliest to play the part..they will love the publicity in fact they need the publicity.”

Ouch. And this is coming from duo Courtesans who auditioned for The X Factor; bet band Courtesans are devastated. However the band did reply to Eileen through their own Facebook page:

“An open letter to Eileen Daly… We all know there is a dispute over the band name but may we suggest that until this is resolved one way or another next month, we refrain from using abusive or hateful language, it does not do anyone any favours either way.
Much Love
The Courtesans (the ugly, parasitical ones).”

As you wait to see how this dispute plays out, why not check out the band Courtesans new single, Genius, right here. They’re heading out on tour soon, and will be releasing their album 1917.

They’re making quite an impact, and they didn’t have to audition for the X Factor to do it.

 

 

 

 

 

Image

MUSIC Injection were lucky enough to get an exclusive first listen to The Colored Parade‘s debut album, ‘…And the Walls of the City Will Shake’, which will be released on Tuesday 6 May.

The Colored Parade is a new musical project by the multi-talented songwriter and producer Andrew Adkins. Hailing from Nashville, Tennessee, Adkins has an innovative take on country, folk, blues and rock to make something very fresh and new.

The album has a very laidback feel for the most part, and delivers a great blend of different styles, some songs bright and folky in nature, with others taking a darker, bluesy turn. It’s clear upon first listen that it isn’t afraid of a little experimentation. The Colored Parade incorporates a lot into one album; with unexpected musical twists, this makes it quite hard to pigeon-hole, which can only be a good thing.

The instrumentation of the album is particularly impressive. A talented musician, Adkins plays most of the instruments you hear on the album, and the dynamics and arrangement of each song are spot on. The LP experiments with a range of different sounds and styles, which makes it all the more interesting.

‘…And the Walls of the City Will Shake’ takes you on a journey. Filled with poignancy, the changes of mood, maturity and skilful lyric writing make it a really clever album that’s definitely worth listening to.

You can pre-order the album here, and it will also be available on iTunes, Spotify and Amazon.