The next Live Music Project Gallery Acoustic Session Gig takes place on Friday 18 June, we are delighted to be joined by Louis Antoniou, Stolen Horse, Beth Hedges and The Papersnakes. Doors open 8pm, suggested donation of £3.00.
Making his debut for The Live Music Project – Louis Antoniou is a Blues based Indie Rock musician, think Bob Dylan meets Marc Bolan.
A welcome return to The Project – Stolen Horse will be playing as a duo this time. Stolen Horse are a great mix of traditional folk and modern pop music. Foot tapping and crowd energising, Hot on the heels of their EP release ‘Statues of Everything’ this is a band not to be missed!
“Stolen Horse are a great mix of traditional folk and modern pop music. Foot tapping and crowd energising, Stolen Horse have the makings of a band that will be selling out venues near you soon! This band is determined to have fun both on and off stage, catch them now to experience the beginnings of a soon to be equine theft extravaganza!” (Adrian Walker/ Infuse Records)
Beth Hedges – Another debut for The Project – Beth is a young singer songwriter currently studying music at college, and performing at different local pubs and venues as often as she can. A regular at Open Mic nights such as the Blue Angel cafe at The Horn & Midweek Music at The Boot Beth is definitely a performer to watch out for in the future.
The Papersnakes – yet another debut for The Live Music Project. Normally playing as a full band they will be scaling down to do an acoustic session this month. St Albans based and playing a mix of originals & covers.
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