Steve Jinski

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Steve Jinski is a songwriter, singer, performer musician and music educator.

He has toured the UK, Ireland, Europe, and Scandinavia as a solo artist and more recently as one half of the acclaimed acoustic duo JINSKI. He has made numerous festival appearances and opened shows for David Gray, Richard Thompson, Eddie Reader and The Proclaimers to name just a few. Radio and TV appearances include a performance on BBC 1 The One Show.

Steve's solo EP 'Hope Street' (Lucky Smile Records/Proper Music Distribution) was released in 2021. The record was co-produced by Steve and Dave Maughan whose previous credits include Kathryn Williams Mercury Prize nominated album 'Little Black Numbers' and work with alt rockers Maximo Park.

This year, 2022 will see Steve playing 'live' around the UK promoting the 'Hope Street' EP and a recent charity single 'Good In The World' the proceeds of which go to supporting Dry Water Arts Dementia Positive programmes in the north east of England.

"This is lovely stuff. You can hear all the love that's gone into it" - Bob Harris BBC Radio 2

"So, some good things come out of lockdown" - Iain Anderson BBC Radio Scotland

"I love the song, love his voice and I 'love' the actual sound - Bob Lawrence Radio Caroline

"Sincerely honest, lacking in pretension or hyperbole...Building The House is one of the most beautiful songs of the year" - David Pratt Folk Radio (FRUK)

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Steve Jinski

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The Black Dyke Mills Heritage Venue, Black Dyke Mills, Brighouse Road, Queensbury, BD13 1QA
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