JAMES WALSH AT GROUCHO UNPLUGGED MAY 2019
Entry Requirements: 18+
GROUCHO UNPLUGGED IN ASSOCIATION WITH YOUTH MUSIC & LGM RECORDS
Groucho Unplugged present intimate songwriter showcases, amalgamating some of best talent that the music industry has to offer, with the latest up and coming artists.
Previous performers include The Lightning Seeds, Daughter, EMF, Turin Brakes, Ed Harcourt, Chris Difford, The Magic Numbers, Barns Courtney, Carmody, Dan Croll, Fiona Bevan, Ren Harvieu, Kathryn Williams, Mark Morriss (The Bluetones), Goldheart Assembly and loads more.
MON 20th MAY DOORS 7PM HALF PRICE HAPPY HOUR FROM 9pm
Our events are now in association with YOUTH MUSIC, so we would ask that in exchange for your FREE Guest List to see such illustrious artists in an intimate environment that you donate £5 to an amazing charity. More info below.
This month's performers include:
We will be hosting an intimate showcase to celebrate the release of James Walsh's brand new album ‘Tiger On The Bridge', which was recently recorded in front of a live audience of fans at RAK Studios in London.
The frontman of multi-million selling band Starsailor, James Walsh has toured the world with acts such as The Rolling Stones, The Police, The Killers, and U2, whilst also finding time to write songs for Eliza Doolittle, Melanie C, Suzanne Vega, and Professor Green, to name just a few.
Most importantly, he happens to be a Groucho Unplugged regular and a firm favourite with attendees, so we're delighted to be welcoming him back to perform again.
Singer-songwriter Sarah Berresford has been performing under the name Oh Sister for 2 years. Her first release ‘watch the water’ received support from Spotify and reached over 1 million streams. Shimmery and dark, her music is inspired by Bedouine and Leonard Cohen.
Youth Music are a national charity investing in music-making projects that help children and young people aged 0-25 to develop personally and socially as well as musically. They work particularly with those who don’t get to make music because of who they are, where they live, or what they’re going through. They believe in practical, creative music-making of every possible genre, style and technique. Everyone has the ability to make music.
They support children and young people to build their confidence, resilience, and self-esteem. Projects funded by Youth Music help to break down barriers at all stages – helping children develop an early love of music, providing diverse role models, introducing young people to a wide variety of potential career paths, and working with the music industry to make its practices more inclusive