7pm, Tuesday 15 April 2014
THE GEORGE TAVERN, SHADWELL, LONDON
373 Commercial Road, London E1 0LA
Tickets: £4 in advance, £5 on the door
Straight up rock ‘n’ roll and grunge trio from London, comprising Rowhan Janjuah (lead guitar and vocals), Uri Inspektor (bass guitar and vocals) and Thibault Aedy (drums). Taking a leaf out of the books of Queens of the Stone Age, Led Zeppelin and The Black Keys, this heavy blues outfit is not to be missed, especially if you’re into powerful grooves and some pretty impressive guitar solos!
Formed in December 2012, Crosshair are a 3 piece indie rock band from South East London, who have recently recorded their first EP ‘Crosshair’.
Hannah Kessler- singer/songwriter in the loosest sense of the word. She takes her inspiration from a range of artists. Anne Peebles to Pink Floyd, from Laura Marling to Blood Red Shoes. Her main charm is creating songs that are both catchy and melodic, that you will certainly be humming the next morning.
Zoë Phillips is a singer/songwriter from Hertfordshire. Just having self-released her second EP ‘Road Sign’, her music has been broadcast on BBC Radio Scotland, BBC Introducing and BBC Radio 6 Music.
Stating indie folk vocalists such as Julia Stone and Daughter as influences, Zoë has previously played alongside acts such as Bastille, whilst her vocal and piano style has attracted the attention of Radio 1’s Greg James and Gabrielle Aplin.