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DIGNITY ROW

Songs that had to be written

Dignity Row are a Scottish group formed in 2020 by songwriter Jamie Campbell with an eclectic cocktail of pop, soul, and 80s vibes, and feel-good lyrics that reflect on the tapestry of genuine lives and the importance of sharing love and being the best possible version of ourselves.


Dignity Row songs seamlessly cross genres to provide feel good chilled out and inspirational anthems, full of hooks that grab hold and stick in your head. Every song is different, blending a range of voices and instruments, while retaining the Dignity Row sound

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About DIGNITY ROW

Dignity Row are a Scottish group formed in 2020 by songwriter Jamie Campbell with an eclectic cocktail of pop, soul, and 80s vibes, and feel-good lyrics that reflect on the tapestry of genuine lives and the importance of sharing love and being the best possible version of ourselves.

 

The street name is derived from the great Deacon Blue song “Dignity” about an ordinary person with a dream to strive for. Jamie views Dignity Row as a “mythical destination place, where we will sit proudly alongside absent friends, family, heroes, and all good people”.

Dignity Row songs seamlessly cross genres to provide feel good chilled out and inspirational anthems, full of hooks that grab hold and stick in your head. Every song is different, blending a range of voices and instruments, while retaining the Dignity Row sound. Dignity Row are clearly influenced by classic Scottish Bands – Deacon Blue, Hue&Cry, Danny Wilson, Del Amitri, The BlueBells, Love and Money etc, while blending in many other influences.

Jamie is the songwriter, keyboard player and main lead vocalist.  He was destined to be a musician, from performing his first concerts aged 6 as a duo with his brother Eddie, who is now a professor of music, to studying classical piano, and writing his first songs aged 17. He then formed a number of his own bands, and played session keyboards with many other bands.
 

Highlights for Jamie included playing with Kick Reaction and Big Sur, supporting Deacon Blue, Wet Wet Wet, Robert Cray and the Levellers, with a number of radio and TV live performances.
 

Dignity Row have been blessed with the talents of Bobby Bluebell, Ken McCluskey, James Grant, Blythe Duff, Craig Baxter and Christine Kammerer on some of their recent recordings, having been awarded Creative Scotland funding. Their new songs have built on and evolved from their previous work, showing a higher maturity and level of quality.
 

Dignity Row are one of Scotland secret treasures, but that looks to be changing. Jamie turned down a record deal when he was 21 with his band Cliché, but now looks armed and ready to fulfil that early potential. Dignity Row have released 11 songs on Spotify, Apple Music etc and all the other mainstream digital platforms. In 2021, they were awarded the “Highly Recommended” status from Liz Clark through the Danny Kyle Open Stage at Celtic Connections.  

 

The band recently released acclaimed singles.  “Not a Love Song”, featuring Bobby Bluebell and Ken McCluskey, accompanied by their first video directed by Duglas T Stewart, and "Lose the Shadows" featuring James Grant, Blythe Duff and Craig Baxter(Gnoss).

 

The first Dignity Row album is being released on Vinyl, CD and Download format on May 31st 2024 by Last Night from Glasgow and is now available for pre-order.     https://shop.lastnightfromglasgow.com/products/dignity-row

Their next live show is on April 17th, 2024 in VENUE  in Paisley, and will include Steven Lavery, who has recently joined the band,  on Lead Vocals
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