A native of Ghana, Allinor greets Silvana once again with his West African influence through his emotional world music touch.
Natalie won the Mayor of London Gigs competition aged just 13 and has gone on to play at some of London’s most iconic venues. Explore more of her music at Read more
An ambitious 17-year-old from South East London, Gracey Lloyd has established an acoustic-folk style that draws in crowds. Currently, Gracey has been gigging in and around the London circuit buildi...
“I’m a 16 year old singer songwriter born and bred in London playing original music on my acoustic guitar. Ever since my dad played me Tears in Heaven by Eric Clapton when I was 11, I was inspired ...
One Saturday afternoon instead of going to learn clarinet Simon Baum sat under a tree and wrote his first song. He was 12 and he hasn’t stopped writing since. Simon is an Essex based singer songwriter who has performed at venues all over the world and appeared on the same bill as artists such as Ed Sheeran, Will Young and SOHN. He has had recent success with his song ‘Bridges’ reaching the semi final of UK Songwriting Competition this year. Simon has released six EPs Easily, Words, Rise, Love, Somebody and Better and is currently working on his seventh.
Natalie won the Mayor of London Gigs competition aged just 13 and has gone on to play at some of London’s most iconic venues. Explore more of her music at www.soundcloud.com/natalieshay
Usually Django translates his stories and lessons from the daily life into intimate acoustic songs. But there is a great twist given by guitar player Mart, bass player Guyon and drummer Luc. Together they create a swirling mix of pop, rock, funk, soul, hip-hop and gospel. Listen, dance and shiver during the exciting act of DJANGUS. The dutchmen are most energetic on stage. Brace yourself for a wild night full of ambitions.
Folk Fusion’ is probably the closest you will get in trying to define the sound of Berkshire 5 piece All Things Considered. Led by vocalist Emma Baldwin whose haunting tones have been likened to Natalie Merchant among others, the band comprise driving fiddle player Gethin Webster, intricate acoustic guitarist Adrian Holden, soaring cello from Andrew Richardson and the groove based, almost tribal percussion of Phil Daniels. Their bold sound and wide musical influences make them both a distinctive, yet very accessible act with their music reaching a diverse audience.
Sorry About Shaun are an acoustic folk pop trio from Dorset, England. The band, made up of Geoff, Sam and Shaun formed in early 2017 and released their debut EP ‘Today’ in November of the same year. Taking influence from bands such as Noah and the Whale and Catfish and the Bottlemen, Sorry About Shaun provide a warm sound with catchy vocals and charming harmonies.
New America Press Release: "Alex Bayly releases his debut EP New America on The LastRecords in 2017. Melancholic songs concerned with city living and existential questioning. Featuring strings from Rachel Lanky of The Last Dinosaur & Rosie Jones of The Worry Dolls.Prior to the release of New America Alex Bayly fronts Rock band Breakers and The Last Men (Universal Publishing). He was also touring guitarist for Gerard & the Watchmen and The Worry Dolls. New America sees an exploration into the darker melancholic side of his songwriting featuring the semi-satirical ‘New America’ pointing out the ‘paradise lost’ syndrome many people in the west are feeling in the wake of post Brexit Britain and the rise of the left worldwide....."
For artists such as James Morrison, Paolo Nutini, KT Tunstall, Ed Sheeran, Newton Faulkner and many more, The Bedford has often played a pivotal role in their careers. 4 nights a week, 50 weeks of the year The Bedford is committed to throwing the spotlight on hundreds of new and upcoming performers.
Weekly open air showcase of great up-and-coming London performers in the heart of Notting Hill
When you’re christened by Rolling Stone Magazine as “One of the most incredible places on Earth…” you’re off to a great start. Rock out at a packed concert, bowl with friends, or do both while feasting on delicious food and next-level cocktails from our restaurant and bars. There really is no place like Brooklyn Bowl.
Series of ad-hoc, intimate, pop-ups events around the city, with one thing to rule them all: great music