Songs that had to be written
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, 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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Support from Local Radio Stations
Really appreciate all the kind words from the great radio stations who are playing “Better”!
That’s over 300 plays by 60 radio presenters on 40 radio stations already
“A track that just oozes class…….missing link between The Blue Nile and Hue&Cry”
Jim Gellatly ( Amazing Radio)
“ class song. One of the best singles I've heard in a while. Great sound”
Ronnie McGhie (Pulse Radio)
“ The new single 'Better' by Dignity Row, is from vocal to mix a very polished production with instant appeal”
Moira Kerr (Celtic FM Radio)
“That rarest of things - a genuine soul track from Scotland. Fantastic Vocals and Saxophone on the background of a well crafted song in the best soul tradition.”
John Hinnie (ERM Radio)
“Slick and polished production with a quality vocal by CC. A proper soulful pop song and by Scottish talent to boot! Just a great radio song and a pleasure to include on my show.”
Mr L (Forth Valley Radio)
“Every now and then a song jumps out at you as something special and this is Better”.
Tommy Clark(Pulse Radio/Ayrshire Online/Target Radio/Fasching Web Radio)
"Very rarely a song comes along and instantly lights up my musical juices. I absolutely love the track, amazing vocals & instruments, the best feelgood music for years, destined to have a big future"...
Frankie Boy (Forth Valley Radio)
“ A real positive, upbeat song and a most catchy song”
Tony Mack (Celtic FM Radio)
‘A great debut song from Dignity Row and a favourite across the whole of Stirling City Radio’
Graeme Gallloway (Stirling City Radio)
“A great inspirational and encouraging song for you, me - everybody!”
Susan Sutton (Sunny Govan Community Radio)
“ A catchy tune I’d happily have on repeat, what’s not to love! Simply “Better” than a lot of music in the charts! “
Suzie Sparkles (Gravity FM - Grantham)
“"relaxing, dreamy, romantic, ……….”
Ros Barclay (Camglen Radio)
DIGNITY ROW NEW SONGS RELEASED ON APRIL 26TH!!!
Really excited to announce that our two new Dignity Row songs are now available on Spotify, iTunes, YouTube etc.
The new tracks are “Glasgow” and “Something Good”.
It would be great if you could have a listen and download the new tracks!!
Thanks to all the radio presenters who have already played the new songs, or have them lined up for airplay already this week! Your support is really appreciated!!
About DIGNITY ROW
Dignity Row is the brainchild of Jamie Campbell, a keyboard player/songwriter/vocalist from Glasgow.
From performing concerts as a duo with his brother when he was 6 years old, to writing his first poem at age 10, it was just a matter of time before Jamie would become a musician/songwriter. His father, Edward, was a talented craftsman who made a violin, innovative metal wind instruments, and tackled making his own piano. His brother, Eddie, is a professor in music, and writes and edits books on Music and Philosophy, found globally in every University Library.
Jamie studied Classical Piano, before discovering the joy of writing original pop songs. At age 21 his band, Cliché, was offered a recording deal from Polygram, after being discovered by Ronnie Beck, one of the people who discovered Queen. It was decided not to take the deal, and the band eventually broke up.
He then formed a number of other bands, and also played as a session keyboard player. Highlights included playing with Indie bands 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. One lineup included James Finnigan (Bass) who went on to play with Hue & Cry and Stiltskin, and is now playing with Outside The Original, a band Jamie also plays with. That lineup also featured John Reid (Vocals) who went on to have hits with The Nightcrawlers, and is now a successful songwriter, penning hits for WestLife, Leona Lewis, Tina Turner, Taio Cruz and many others. Jamie also arranged and played keyboards on the Moira Kerr album "Glen of Weeping" which also featured Martin Taylor.
Jamie has now formed Dignity Row to record and release a catalogue of his new songs, collaborating with a number of great musicians he has worked with. The musicians involved in recording the first album are :
Gavin Paterson - a versatile Studio engineer/drummer and keyboard player from Cumbernauld who runs his own studio (STUDIO 1790). https://studio1790.com/ Gavin plays drums regularly with a range of different bands and is working on his second album with his own band, Eriska, https://www.eriska.net/ a six-piece Glasgow-based folk band established in 2016. The band's line-up includes members from the traditional music, jazz, and classical courses at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
Dario Palazzo – a versatile guitarist from Hamilton who graduated with a Music degree from Edinburgh College. Dario plays guitar regularly with a range of different bands and is also a member of the band, Eriska, working alongside Gavin on their next album.
Hermie Longalong – a virtuoso Saxophonist from Hamilton who was born in the Phillipines, and after graduating in Music plied his trade in Japan and the USA. Hermie has featured in many of Jamie’s bands covering a number of different musical genres. Hermie is in demand from many other established bands, and toured in the Far East with Carol Kidd.
Hannah Meg (hanfothmusic) - a talented young singer/songwriter from Glasgow, and a graduate from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Hannah has refined her trade performing with cover bands as well as solo gigs featuring her own original songs.
Catherine Anne Tierney - an excellent vocalist from Ayrshire who covers a number of different genres. Cat performs in a number of different covers bands, and has been laying down vocals on a number of Dignity Row songs.
Christopher Campbell - an excellent singer originally from Glasgow, now based in London. Christopher learned his trade performing and recording with covers bands for the last 8 years old, covering an impressive range of genres. Christopher also fronted a Boy band called “The Cover Boys” who performed throughout the UK and Ireland.
Jamie is also working on writing songs for other artists being commissioned by publishers (23rd Precint/SONY etc), as well as a number of other projects, so this helps keep the song writing as diverse as possible.