7.15pm, Wednesday 30 April 2014
96 Parkway, London NW1 7AN
Tickets: £5 in advance, £7 on the door
The Limited was formed in London when two former members of the Devon based band The Iconyx, guitarist Joshua Iszard and bassist Matthew Featherstone found their match in two Welsh boys, lead singer Aled Williams and drummer Jack Howell. It all started with a few to many drinks and a couple of acoustic guitars, but realised the morning after that they really did have something that someone needed to hear.
Here are The Fireflies. Buzz, Light up, Take to the air. Their songs set soaring soulful vocals over woven guitars…
After meeting at university in York, JamJar started busking and gigging and soon crossed paths with pop legend Pete Waterman, who was instantly hooked to their acoustic blend of tight harmonies and uplifting melodies with a distinctive twist. He has recently signed the band to his label PWL and they are currently gigging on the London circuit while recording their debut album.
Dario Scotti, Daniel Aquilina and Henry Colborne would like to present to you, Tara.
Tara developed their early sound down the murky corridors of Denmark Street, January 2013. After playing various bars and pits across London, Tara fancied something different. Something a bit more real.
After some time away in Nashville, Tennessee, getting into the country and the real blues, Tara arrived back into the UK, bold as ever. Tara are ready to prove themselves to the people.
Tara can promise pretty angst, melody, backbreaking backbeats and the riffs. Tara bring the Root of Rock n’ Roll. Imagine Motörhead meets Fela.
Tara have just started their first UK Tour. Nothing but a good word.
British Country Rock singer songwriter Hannah Dorman brings her unique style to the genre. With the emphasis on pop rock, there’s a dusting of country to be heard in all her songs. Lyrically mature, honest and relatable, Hannah delivers her songs with her distinct raw vocal power and a personable presence. This dedicated singer will draw you in with catchy melodies and a driven rhythm section.
Her inspiration and eclectic influences are not obvious but some give resonance to her music. With KT Tunstall as her main influence, Anastasia, Shania Twain, Pretty Reckless and Kelly Clarkson all have their place.