Miles Bonny. A fairly new name to me and quite a few more I imagine but definitely one to sit and take notice of. The guys over at SpineTV caught up with Miles to get the low down on his background and influences leading to the release of Lumberjack Soul record.
"Miles Bonny released his wonderfully laid back Lumberjack Soul album, produced by the likes of DJ Day and previous SpineTV guest mix contributor Suff Daddy, earlier this year. As well as his own original material, Miles puts his hand to a number of covers; these include “Handclapping Song” by The Meters and “A Song From Kermit” by Kermit the Frog. An accomplished flugelhorn player, son of a trumpet player, and grandson of music therapist Helen Bonny, Miles grew up surrounded by music. His jazz, latin and soul influences can be heard through his expressive and tuneful songs."
Check the interview in full over at SpineTV. Enjoy!