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  • He took an early interest in music, singing along to the likes of Buddy Holly, Bob Dylan and Paul Simon in the back of his parents Volvo.Frank Hamilton (singer)-Wikipedia
  • A 7" single was recorded in 1989 at a studio in Islington, London. 250 copies were pressed of this record but most were subsequently destroyed. A test pressing of the record is the only known copy to exist. In an interview with Uncut magazine he said "The Sex Pistols and Buddy Holly were the two things that changed my life." Carroll has cited Bob Dylan and Brian Wilson among his inspirations. In an article for the US magazine, American Songwriter in 2013, Carroll spoke about the diversity of his influences, "All through my life I have been drawn to melodies and so often these melodies were delivering urgent, savvy messages and stories.Marc Carroll-Wikipedia

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