New CD to be released for UK Tour!

New CD coming out on Steel Derrick Records: Nelson, Anny and Duncan are just sprinkling the final fairy dust on a new release: Celsi, Bragg & Maitland: The Road to Glasgow.  The album is a celebration of their past and future adventures touring in the UK, with new songs from all three writers, previously unreleased covers of songs by Bob Dylan, Paul Kelly and Peter Holsapple, and a few choice tunes recorded live at Glasgow's Elba Sessions during their 2011 tour.  Copies will be available along the tour route, along with tour t-shirts and our combined back catalog of music!

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Getting ready for the tour...

Next week Nelson Bragg and I head into the catacombs of Lincoln Lounge studio to begin recording some new material for the upcoming tour.  Look for a new tour-only release featuring new songs plus some previously unavailable material - and a set of live tunes from our 2011 tour with Duncan Maitland!  And if you haven't done it already, please hop over and Like our Facebook Tour Page to stay in the loop on all our news, shows and updates!

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UK Tour - August 2017!

Anny will be on tour with Nelson Bragg and Duncan Maitland throughout August.
Tour dates listed here.

Anny Celsi & Nelson Bragg with Duncan Maitland:
From Los Angeles – pop-Americana artists Anny Celsi and Nelson Bragg team up with Dublin’s Duncan Maitland to form a high-energy, high-flyingtrio.  It’s Brill Building hooks, Byrds-y harmonies and Beatle-esque psychedelia!  Celsi’s style has been described as “beatnik cool,” “pop-noir,” and “slightlydelic pop jangle,” with comparisons to Suzanne Vega, Jackie DeShannon and Chrissie Hynde. While Bragg’s day job is percussionist-vocalist with The Brian Wilson Band, between tours he’s found time to release two critically acclaimed albums of his own, most notably “Day Into Night.”  Maitland has plied his 12-string  with pop heroes Picturehouse, Pugwash and XTC.  His “Lullabies for the 21st Century” is “a trip through the acid-tinged English foothills of rainyday sunshine pop.


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