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Harry Pane is a singer-songwriter from Northamptonshire.  His live performance delivers effortless energy and he has a distinctive tone to his voice.

He's been supported by John Kennedy at Radio X, Amazing Radio and BBC Introducing & won 'Best Original Artist' at the #Roadtothe100club with PRS and Island Records. He has played at SXSW Festival in Texas, Glastonbury, CarFest and Jamie Oliver's Big Feastival and racked up 200+ shows in the UK including sold out shows in London and his hometown in Northants.

His new single Fletcher Bay is out now & has had 90k streams on Spotify and received great reviews.  Harry is going on his first UK tour in Spring 2017 for his new EP The Wild Winds, produced by Dani Castelar, released 7th April 2017. 



"How lovely is that, I love to hear the artists stories and inspirations and that song obviously very close to his heart".  

Gary Crowley, BBC Introducing London, April 2017


"Music should take you on a journey and boy does that guy do it every single time"  

Lal Muttock, BBC Introducing Northampton, Feb 2017


Harry Pane blew my mind with this beautiful, soulful voice, I’m playing it because he writes music that is so emotive & this song is a truly heart-warming story, from a songwriter who truly understands how to fill his songs with real emotion

 Alex Baker, Kerrang Radio, March 2017


A stunning record from an incredible singer-songwriter.  Fletcher Bay is an incredibly honest and beautiful record to bring us into the world of Harry Pane right here on Amazing Radio

Charlie Ashcroft - Amazing Radio – March 2017


"Harry Pane is a "real deal" musician. His work takes you somewhere without you realising it and then returns you safely with a sense that somehow you're the better for it. He is a troubadour for a tired, troubled world and refreshment for the soul" 

John Griff - BBC Radio – March 2017









Upcoming shows



Fletcher Bay - Single from The Wild Winds EP

by Harry Pane

Produced, mixed, engineered by Dani Castelar.  Released 3 March 2017

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