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#DiscoverAndDownload: Rag'N'Bone Man - "Human"

December 12, 2016

Rag ‘N’ Bone Man has been a prolific underground name for a couple of years now, first as the resident vocalist of rap's Rum Committee, and now through his latest releases ‘Wolves’ and the critically acclaimed ‘Disfigured’ EP. And, like many things, it began with the blues.
Having discovered the genre as a child, the rhythmic troubles that rang out from his parents' record player planted a stubborn seed in this kid's head and it wasn't long before the youngster was venturing through classic realms of soul, jazz and folk.
Rag ‘N’ Bone Man’s first dice with performing live music was to be rooted in those earlier fascinations. 25 years younger than most of the clientele, Graham used to hit up a local jam session, and one particular evening, after one too many, he got the courage to jump on stage and sing. He went a few more times, then every week – playing harmonica or singing on stage. At this point, he knew it was what he wanted to do.
The sound of Rag N' Bone perfects an artistic dualism of old and new. He may have honed his trade underground but Rag ‘N’ Bone Man is finally stepping out of the shadows.

Following a sold out show at London’s Scala earlier this year, Rag’N’Bone Man will be playing a variety of UK festivals throughout the summer including Glastonbury,  Standon Caling, Boardmasters and Lovebox.