About Foy Vance
Foy Vance is a songsmith born in Bangor, County Down, who is now living in London. He released his first single “Gabriel and the vagabond” c/w with “Indiscriminate Act of kindness” on December 18th, 2006 on Wurdamouth Records. The songs “Gabriel and the Vagabond” and “Homebird” was featured in the second season of the US TV drama Grey’s Anatomy and received an incredible response and demand to release the track as a single.
“Indiscriminate Act of Kindness”, one of Foy’s most popular tracks “live” was featured in the a TV commercial for Great Ormond Street Hospital which was aired in the UK up until Christmas of 2006. Foy often uses alternative tunings for his guitar, for example the song ‘Indiscriminate Act of Kindness’ he uses the tuning CGDGCe.
Foy has previously released two limited edition EPs on Wurdamouth records; “Live Sessions and the birth of the Toilet tour” and “Watermelon Oranges”. His regular piano player is London based composer Jules Maxwell.
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