Colin Kennaugh is a singer/songwriter who was born in Liverpool.
His parents moved to Burnley when he was about 4 years old.
He considers Burnley his home town, where he has spent most of his life,
however, he now resides in Winchester, Southern England.
He has played in quite a number of bands, but most notably with his band 'Salt of the Earth'.
He recorded two albums, 'Pictures of Living' and 'SOTE', and two EP's with them.
On the second album 'SOTE', they were fortunate to have a famous 'fan' guest on backing vocals and tambourine,
namely 'Howard Donald' from the band 'Take That'.
'Salt of the Earth' 'gigged' the length and breadth of the UK for about 7 years,
playing many well known venues including Manchester's 'Band on the Wall',
London's 'Rock Garden' at Covent garden, and many Universities and Festivals.
'Salt of the Earth' won a 'Best Unsigned Band in Britain' competition,
organised by 'Future Publishing's 'Band' magazine, who also publish 'The Guitarist' magazine.
'Salt of the Earth' beat more than 1000 band's from the UK,
to reach 'The Grand Final' at The National Music Show at Wembley.
They went on to take 'The Trophy' 'Best Unsigned Band in Britain.
Colin then recorded his first Solo Album 'Afraid of the Silence',
with assistance from one of Lancashire's Premier guitarists, 'Steve Conway'.
He is currently working on his second solo album, entitled 'Life is not always sugar-coated with fellow artist Darren Cowgill of Earby, Lancashire