My Darling Clementine
Thu 01 Jan 1970
For what began life as something of a side project for Michael Weston King and Lou Dalgleish, a labour of love, a homage to the classic country duets of the 60s and 70s , My Darling Clementine is now very much part of the country and Americana landscape. 3 critically acclaimed albums, over 400 shows across Europe and N. America, numerous accolades and awards has placed the band at the forefront of the burgeoning Americana scene.
If the musical landscape has changed since the release of their first album, then the message and tone of the songs stay pretty constant. two adults, a man and woman, singing to each, about each other, for and against each other.
‘Still Testifying is a triumph’
BOB HARRIS, BBC RADIO 2
Where gospel, country and Southern soul happily collide. Terrific
‘Even more depth and darkness than on their previous two albums. A stroke of genius.’
COUNTRY MUSIC PEOPLE
‘Laying claim to be the best country album of the year for the third time and shaping up to be their most successful yet. Long may they continue to bear witness.’
‘MDC mix country gloom with excellent musicianship and fine songs.’
‘King and Dalgleish have re-invented the country duet – the mingling of these 2 voices is just heavenly.’
‘Lou has the most stunning voice. I LOVE it’
GRAHAM NORTON, BBC RADIO 2