Free Entry, doors open 7.30pm, licensed bar.
If you like a bit of indie rock, folk/pop and ska then this month’s live music night will be right up your street. The line up features The Vaulted Skies, The Neverists, Bright Conclusions and George Smith who will also be joined by Vinyl DJ Eddie James from Empire Records, spinning some tunes throughout the evening.
The Vaulted Skies are an original indie rock band influenced by the likes of The Cure, Nirvana and Warpaint. The band are currently finishing off their soon to be released EP and also feature on The Live Music Project CD. ‘If a band’s objectives are always to leave them wanting more then The Vaulted Skies achieve this with aplomb!’ – Derek Watson, Empire Records, St Albans.
We welcome The Neverists back to Trestle for the third time. Fresh from recording their first album, this very popular indie/folk/pop band create a unique, powerful and moving sound, and also feature on The Live Music Project CD.
Bright Conclusions are a young, vibrant local band who play a lively blend of indie/ska, pop/rock. Having played at The Pioneer and The Horn, we can’t wait for their Trestle debut!
George Smith is a fifteen year old singer-songwriter from Bedfordshire who has been writing and playing since he was eleven. The Live Music Project is always keen to support young artists and looks forward to showcasing this emerging talent.
Don’t forget The Live Project: Vol 1 is out now! The CD features 12 tracks by some of fabulous bands and artists who have played at Trestle and costs just £6.00. It is available to buy from Trestle Arts Base or Denise Parsons email@example.com and you can also purchase it at the monthly gigs. All proceeds go towards supporting this popular community/volunteer project.
The Live Music Project is run by local music promoter/supporter and community champion, Denise Parsons. If you are interested in volunteering for the event or would like to sign up to perform, please contact Denise at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Live Music Project will be taking a break during July but do not fret, it will be back in August!