Blue Rose Code

Ross Wilson (Blue Rose Code) is, at once, one of Edinburgh's favourite sons and still one of Scotland's best kept secrets.
A decade-long career has seen Wilson work with the great Danny Thompson, Eddi Reader, and most recently, co-write with English folk royalty - Steve Knightley. 
His records feature Karine Polwart, Ewan McGregor, and Nashville Gospel legends, The McCrary Sisters, along with some of the UK's finest jazz 
musicians. Wilson has opened for Van Morrison, he has toured with The Proclaimers and with Deacon Blue, and his band have featured live on TV and Radio as well as his songs being synced for movies and television.  
Unusually, four years since Blue Rose Code's last record, the songs on 'Bright Circumstance' were written between Galson in the North of Lewis 
and the Whitstable sea-front in Kent. Four years has seen new fatherhood, a dropping anchor in Liverpool, and (once the pandemic allowed) 
extensive national and international touring with Wilson's seven-piece band.
Last Summer saw BRC play mainstages at Cambridge Folk Festival, Shrewsbury festival, Tonder in Denmark, and Black Deer. The experience 
of playing to the big crowds with the big band has developed the Blue Rose Code sound into an unmissable live show and that energy has been 
taken into the studio for the new record 'Bright Circumstance'.
The first single - 'Jericho' - drops early February with the album arriving early May on Proper Records

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