b. 11 July 1970, Edinburgh, Scotland. Concertina participant Thoumire produced his initial big effect on the folk picture when earning the BBC Radio 2 Youthful Tradition Prize in 1989. Thoumire, pronounced Toomere, is certainly French in origins. His design fuses traditional folk and jazz music, developing a extremely initial sound. Hootz was very well received, as was the follow-up launch, in tandem with Seannachie, Devil’s Pleasure. Furthermore to teaching British concertina, both in the united kingdom and America, Thoumire offers toured the united states and Canada, in addition to making live looks in European countries and on tv and radio. For Waltzes For Playboys, the Simon Thoumire Three included Kevin Mackenzie (acoustic guitar) and Brian Sheils (bass).
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