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Dignity Row is the brainchild of Jamie Campbell, a keyboard player/songwriter/vocalist from Glasgow.  The core band is Jamie covering song writing, keyboards, vocals and Guitar, Dario Palazzo on Guitars, Gavin Patterson on Drums/Sound Engineering, and Hermie Longalong on Saxophone.
The core band is augmented by additional vocalists and other musicians from Jamie’s extensive network. Christopher Campbell, Hannah Meg, Emma Gabarda and Catherine Anne Tierney have already laid down vocals on Dignity Row tracks.
Dignity Row are working on their first album, being recorded at STUDIO 1790. There will be interim releases of songs, before then.

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Dignity Row is a Glasgow based band formed in Late 2020.  The core band is Jamie Campbell covering song writing, keyboards and vocals,  Dario Palazzo on Guitars, Gavin Patterson on Drums/Sound Engineering, Hermie Longalong on Saxophone and Julian Pombo on Bass Guitar.   

Lead vocals are split between Jamie and a number of other featured vocalists including Christopher Campbell, Emma Gabarda, Catherine Ann Tierney, Hannah Meg and Christine Kammerer.

Dignity Row were selected to perform at the Danny Kyle Open Stage in February 2022, and had the great privilege to be awarded the “Highly Recommended” status from Liz Clark through the #dkos at Celtic Connections

Dignity Row have released 8 original songs so far on all the major streaming platforms, and have 3 further songs ready to be released on Spotify and Itunes, etc.

 Following a successful song writing retreat in Tighnabruaich in March 2022, Jamie received funding from Creative Scotland and has recorded 2 more songs featuring 2 members of the Bluebells ( Bobby Bluebell, Ken McLuskey)  James Grant(previously of Love & Money)  and Blythe Duff.

When Jamie was 21, his band Cliché was offered a recording deal/publishing deal with Polygram, after being discovered by Ronnie Beck, one of the people who discovered Queen. The band decided not to take the deal, and eventually broke up.

Jamie then formed a number of his own bands, and played session keyboards with many other bands, including playing with Kick Reaction and Big Sur, supporting Deacon Blue, Wet Wet Wet, Robert Cray and the Levellers, with a number of radio live performances and a TV performance.

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