Sophie Lloyd feat Nathan James, Ginger Wildheart & the Sinners and more join Wayward Sons, Virginmarys & Kira Mac on Volume 2 of the NWOCR compilation album.
The final 6 artists for the NWOCR Volume 2 Compilation album have now been added and the line-up is juicier than ever! Joining the previously announced artists on this incredibly diverse billing, we have guitar sensation Sophie Lloyd feat Nathan James, Ginger Wildheart & The Sinners, Oli Brown & The Dead Collective, Blue Nation, Creeping Jean and Sweet Electric.
After the top 10 success of the debut NWOCR compilation album ‘Volume One’ featuring Massive Wagons and Phil Campbell & The Bastard Sons, the NWOCR compilation is back with Volume Two and it’s bursting with the best new rock & blues talent on the scene.
Featuring over 40 tracks, ‘The Official New Wave of Classic Rock – Volume Two’ Compilation has once again been meticulously curated with help from a fan vote, the NWOCR team, and Rock People Management, ensuring that the fans get a brand-new all-killer, no-filler, no-repeats experience.
Richard Brindley from NWOCR comments: “It’s a great pleasure to announce the final Volume Two line up. We set the bar high with Volume One, but it just goes to show the breadth and depth of talent on the scene that we’ve packed out another double CD with 41 of today’s hottest rock artists without a single repeat. The album covers everything that makes the new rock movement such a special thing. From heavy riffs to classic blues; there really is something for everyone. We hope you enjoy Volume Two as much as you enjoyed Volume One.”
Wayward Sons frontman Toby Jepson says, “As a ‘lifer’ in the crazy world of the music business, it’s hard not to become a jaded cynic from time to time, such are the challenges for bands and artists. However, with the NWOCR compilation records, and those enthusiasts behind it, it’s comforting and hugely encouraging to know that there is still a massive audience out there that love the music and want to support those brave enough to give it a go. As an old soldier, I’m delighted and humbled to be asked to be part of what is a beacon of hope for Rock & Roll.”