Man At The Window
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Man At The Window

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"Westsound Radio and 'Man At The Window'"

Man At The WIndow are one of the Best and easiest bands to work with.Fans love them and make the show their own getting involved with the songs and celebration of great live music.Even as i write this i am booking the lads for this summer's roadshows. - Cameron Murray Westsound Radio BBC Radio


"A Night to Remember Jamming For Jamaica"

Man At The Window, described as Glasgow’s top festival band, this act were certainly intent on getting as much noise out of the crowd as possible. Through impressive musicianship – spearheaded by eccentric front man Gerry Coogan – the crowd were left rather impressed. They even had one high-heeled, high-spirited woman commanding the dancefloor throughout their set. Drink doesn’t make you dance; good music does. Drink and good music? There’s no telling what you might do. Go out and see them – or catch them at a festival near you.''....Energetic,upbeat and allways danceable,you should go and see Man At the Window,Really you should!! - Bluesbunny Reviews online


"Thanes of Scottish festival circuit woo Glasgow"

Man At The Window put a performance on in Glasgow amongst the finest i have ever been to.The audience were so involved they became part of the show as the 'Windowman Possee' which the fans call themselves.Great songs,riveting grooves and addictive melodies,what more can you ask? - Evening times Glasgow Herald


Discography

Every Road EP Ckr Records
The Fields Of Athenry CKR Records Ireland

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A long history of great shows and media appearances make ‘Man At The Window’ one of the best loved and respected groups on the uk festival circuit representing Scotland’s professional pop R&B and Reggae - Ska community. Working with the likes of Jackie Mittoo, Easy All Stars, Sly & Robbie and sharing stages with icons such as The Human League, The Zutons, Steele pulse and bad manners etc have build a strong fan base and support the groups passion for live performance through some of the toughest years economically for the music industry. Its all about the music and giving the fans a musical feast on such a professional platform where the financial integrity continues to dwindle in the industry due to sponsorship issues. Last year saw the group releasing an album with Irish record label CKR records ,with a strong European tour already booked for 2012 the group are becoming the icons of Scotland’s live music façade.