Ben Stubbs: An Isle of Wight Soul

Ben Stubbs, from the Isle of Wight, is a promising new talent.  The 22-year-old songwriter, singer and guitarist, has a mature style and an understated confidence. His main musical influences are The Beatles, Jack Johnson, REM and Ed Sheeran. But Ben has a diverse taste and is not afraid of innovation.

The lyrics he writes have  good flow. Vectis Radar, the Independent South Coast Music Magazine, has predicted that Ben will soon be one of the stars playing at the big Isle of Wight Festival or at the Bestival. Judging by his talent,  it is a safe bet to say that he is a next up and coming musician.

Ben Stubbs’ Official Links

http://facebook.com/benstubbsmusic

http://soundcloud.com/ben-stubbs/ben-stubbs-that-soul

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rXgAzMVsaBQ&feature=plcp

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