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"Stereo, Glasgow"

“Man At The Window put a show on in Glasgow that ranks in the mightiest amongst any performance I have been too, the audience were so involved they became part of the show and the Windowman Posse as the fans call themselves. Great songs, riveting grooves and addictive melodies, what more can you ask? - Evening Times


"West sound"

Man At The Window are the best and easiest show to hire, always going down a storm with any audience and never any issues with the lads, even as I write I am booking the group for our live roadshows through the summer. - Cameron Murray, Westsound Radio


"Bluesbunny"

….Energetic, upbeat, and always danceable, you should go and see Man At The Window. Really, you should. - Bluesbunny


"RTE Radio 1"

man at the window..I think they`re great - John Creedon


"Reggae band cuts new deal"

As well as being top class performers, Man At the Window have created a solid collection of original reggae songs, which will surely endure as credible contributions to the CD collections of both reggae lovers and lovers of quality music - Dumfries & Galloway Standard, Friday July 9th, 2010


Discography

Every Road E.P - released july 2010

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Pop reggae; Lovers Rock; Crossover dance reggae; all descriptions used of the 8 piece band Man At The Window. Based in Glasgow, Scotland, Man At The Window have travelled throughout the UK playing festivals such as The Wickerman, Eden and Nottinghill Carnival and successfully supporting artists such as Toots and The Maytals, The Easy All Stars, The Congos, The Heptones and Sugar Minott.

Man At The Window is an 8 piece band which includes 3 member brass section, Tom Smith, Johan Hentze and Gill Skingley.
Writers Gerry Coogan and Kyle Robertson lead the way with the vocals, keys and chop guitar.
Robert Leckie with soaring lead guitar and the “riddem” section Andy Wood, Bass, Dougy on drums, deliver the classic reggae feel.
The songs remain the key strength throughout all. Voted number one artist of the year on www.songramp.com 2007

Currently performing both large venues and festivals Man At The Window continue to write, record and deliver songs of love and hope of social change.