Tim wheeler and emmy the great dating
“Thanks for not going to see the Pogues,” Emma-Lee Moss says disarmingly, reminding us that this Yuletide has seen as much interest in the 25th anniversary of the much-loved number two hit ‘Fairytale Of New York’ as in the battle for this year’s seasonal top spot.Such nostalgia might explain why she and boyfriend Tim Wheeler are performing from their own wintry album released last year to bigger audiences than in 2011.
== "undefined") else if (typeof document.webkit Hidden !It is bettered only by a brilliantly sincere version of East 17’s ‘Stay Another Day’ that begins with the duo sharing a stool and ends with Moss in the audience.“We hope the world doesn’t end tonight,” she sighs.“We want to come back next year.” Wheeler agrees, adding, “We’re trying to make this a Christmas tradition.” With a judicious mix of familiar sing-alongs, most exuberantly on ‘Fairytale’, leftfield rarities, among them The Ramones’ ‘Merry Christmas (I Don’t Wanna Fight Tonight)’, and their own wry contributions, this venture could outlast those garish jumpers." As part of Channel 4's program The JD Set, Wheeler worked with Emmy The Great, The Crookes, And So I Watch You From Afar and Ma Mentor, joining each band in covering songs by Pixies, and then performing at London's XOYO on 24 March 2011.Tim has collaborated frequently in recent years with Emma-Lee Moss, AKA Emmy The Great, the duo have performed Ash track "Tracers" on several occasions, and in 2011 Tim, Emma & Euan Hinshelwood covered Robert Manning's song "Washington Parks", the cover was released as part of a collection of covers to raise awareness of Multiple Sclerosis.Is it me or was there something that I never told you?
(born 4 January 1977), known as Tim Wheeler, is a Northern Irish guitarist, songwriter, and vocalist for the rock band Ash.
Auto Rip is available only for eligible CDs and vinyl sold by Amazon EU Sarl (but does not apply to gift orders or Prime Now orders).
See Terms and Conditions for full details, including costs which may apply for the MP3 version in case of order returns or cancellations.
No, it’s not Mumford and Sons’ Christmas album, god for-fucking-bid, but The Wurzels’ The Wurzels Christmas Album (CIA), which gets a charitable ●●● because it’s that time for goodwill to all men etc (except Mumford and Sons), and because we’ll take an album suitable for kids’ parties above one sung by an overgrown child any day. Tis the season to be jolly, however, and for that reason we’ll pick Emmy the Great and Tim Wheeler’s This Is Christmas (Infectious) ●●●● as our festive favourite – even if they did maddeningly decide against putting this album out under the laughing-all-the-way moniker ‘Sleigher’, and even if they do look so pint-sized adorable in their knitwear and cosy hats on the cover sleeve it’s frankly a bit disgusting.
That means you actress-singer lady Zooey Deschanel, and She & Him’s nauseatingly twee A Very She & Him Christmas (Domino) ●●, deluxe editions of which come with an exclusive pair of mittens and a winter cap. The fun’s turned up to 11, on an album mostly of originals warmly embracing styles from Spector pop for rocking to in your socks, to twinkling electronica and cuddly fireside duets.
"Lost Domain" is an album in which Tim battles to come to terms with his loss, charting his father's rapid decline into illness, his death and the tumultuous effect that it had on his life over the course of 11 songs.