Anyone who reminds me of the likes of Nick Lowe or Ray Davis is obviously an artist I want to know more about. And there is something in the music of Scott Allen that rings with that same English charm. There is the same lightness and buoyancy, the same lyrical blend of wit and wisdom, the same infectiousness and immediacy, the same craft and quality, which brings me to ask two pertinent questions. One – how come this is Scott…

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