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Hey Bert Records make first signings

Hey Bert have announced their first three signings. The acts will get a deal for an acoustic 4 track EP and the deal covers mixing and mastering of the release, as well as distribution online and in limited edition.

They also said their will be a launch night when all the EP’s are finished.

Hey Bert have released the names of their new acts and somethings about them:

Andy Mckinney – Andy has made his name on the local music scene through folky acoustic performances which is similart to the likes of Frank Turner. After featuring in several bands around the north west, Andy feels that the way forward for him is through his solo work.


George Harris – George has played many shows around the north west but hasn’t put himself in the limelight. His voice is one that wouldn’t go a misson Radio 1 or on stage with Paolo Nutini. And we aim to help him on his way and get the light shining on his music career.


Rob Poston – Now, you would probably think that Hope. Break. Legend. frontman Bobby-John Rob is a surprise choice but his classically trained voice, mixed with Acoustic  guitars and keyboards make for a very unique artist.

Rob will be pushing his solo career alongside the success of his current band and we aim to support him in doing so.

For more on Hey Bert:

Alex Barker –

Robert Crossland – – Coming Soon!


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