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New Year, New Music: Discover a New Generation of Bands & Artists for 2019
New Year, New Music
Starts 24th January 2019; free tickets, book below
From The Beatles to Coldplay, Elton John to Adele; almost all successful bands and artists start with humble beginnings - and only a lucky few of us can say we were at those early gigs.
Join us in January and February to discover a new generation of bands and artists on the cusp of breaking into the mainstream in 2019 - and who could go on to be the next Queen or David Bowie.
Tickets are free but spaces are limited - book yours today...
That Joe Payne
Thursday 24th January 2019, 6:00pm
Born 1989, Payne is a classically trained vocalist with backgrounds in theatre, pop and rock music, remembered by audiences for his impressive 5 octave range and strong countertenor.
He is best known for his work within progressive rock as front man of The Enid (2011-2016). During their time together, the band released 6 albums and 3 live videos. They received 3 Progressive Music Award nominations in 2013 and 2015, including Best Band, Best Album, and Best Event.
His personal achievements include being voted Best Male Vocalist for two years running (2014 & 2015) in the Prog Magazine Readers’ Poll. Now a solo artist, Payne is a self-taught writer and arranger, working closely with producer Max Read on all his personal studio projects.
Thursday 31st January 2019, 6:00pm
The artist the Evening Standard calls "an activist", Hannah White is politically-inclined, an active humanitarian and an advocate for independent musicians and writers all over the UK; But most of all she is the "arresting and wholly believable" (Acoustic Magazine) singer-songwriter that captures the hearts of her audiences nationwide gaining her acclaim from BBC Radio 2, BBC 6 Music, RnR Magazine, Maverick Magazine, Blues Matters and many more.
As honest as they come, Hannah White is a story-teller in the old-fashioned sense, earning her a reputation as "an artist who can deliver social conscience in the folk troubadour style of a Judy Collins or Joan Baez" (Country Music Magazine), however Hannah takes her stories across genres, transporting her fans through a journey that meanders seamlessly from catchy pop, to gritty blues, to heart-breaking country.
Having shared stages with Grammy award-winning artists, won over support from TV presenter & radio broadcaster, Gaby Roslin, headlined a SOLD OUT show at London's iconic Union Chapel, performed at major festivals and picked up press plaudits along the way, Hannah White is coming in to her own.
Thursday 7th February 2019, 6:00pm
Groove Razors are a fusion quintet founded in London by pianist Tomasz Zyrmont and drummer Laurie Lowe, featuring some of the finest Jazz musicians in the London jazz scene.
Since their inception in 2009, the band has earned a strong following with their spontaneous interplay, limitless energy and unparalleled virtuosity attracting coverage from many radio stations and promoters.
Groove Razors performed at the London Jazz Festival, East European Jazz Festival, Jazz FM's Discovery Show, Yamaha Music Live, Jazz FM Live, World Travel Market London, Soho Jazz Jam 2018. Their first CD album which showcases original compositions by bandleader Tomasz Zyrmont has been broadcast on many radio stations including Jazz FM, Polish Radio London, Belgrade 202, Resonance FM, Orla FM, Diverse FM, Peterborough FM and Near FM Dublin. The band has performed with such as artists as: Adam Baldych, Alex Hutchings, Ant Law, Dean Mongerio, Rick Leon James, Francesco Mendolia and Jono McNeil.