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Doors open at 7:30
Show begins at 8:00 with early set from Dirt Road Degenerates

Tonight we have 6 fantastic new artists performing original music. Free entry and full menu available.


Rachel Huggins is a singer/songwriter/musician who has toured with Sola Rosa, DJ Vadim and performed with many artists including Black Voices at the Royal Albert Hall. Her new EP – Keep Dreaming is our Spring 2019.

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Age 12 and just getting into the guitar, Scottish musician Malcolm MacWatt first heard ‘Johnny Cash At San Quentin’ and was immediately hooked into country music. While a deep respect for country and bluegrass is evident in his songs and guitar playing, MacWatt freely shows his British folk roots citing John Martyn and Dick Gaughan as major influences. A Transatlantic Records promo featuring Pentangle and Fairport Convention introduced the idea that folk, rock, blues and jazz could be fused together in any combination.
A self-confessed “guitar geek” he moved to London in 2010 to study guitar-making with some of the UK’s top luthiers. He is the founding member of emerging London country band The Glass Mountains playing guitar, dobro and fiddle.

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Ted Key was the original bass player and songwriter for the 1980s iconic, ground-breaking band TheHousemartins. He received BPI gold discs for his contributions to the albums “London 0 – Hull 4”, and “Now That’s What I Call Quite Good”, and toured with the Housemartins for almost two years before leaving to continue with cult Hull punk-a-billy band The Gargoyles, with singer Eddie Smith and drummer Hugh Whitaker.
He diverted into a 25-year career as a Maths teacher, during which time he still managed to spend ten years as guitarist with internationally-acclaimed Johnny Cash tribute band, Keep it Cash.
While supporting Pete Wylie (The Mighty Wah!) in Hull, Ted was spotted by producer Paul Greendale, who brought him to London for a handful of solo spots. This naturally led on to forming the band in March 2017 – Ted Key and The Kingstons. With Paul on bass and renowned Ladbroke Grove drummer Nick Harrison, they formed a folky, reggaefied power trio, with memorable tunes and thought-provoking, story-driven lyrics, powered on with blazing harmonica.
They have now performed 20 gigs in Hull and London, including supporting The Vibrators and The Members, headline slots at Portobello Live! Festival, and a residency at the famous KPH bar on Ladbroke Grove. A video for debut single “The Queen of Ella Street” has recently shot on location in West London and Hull.
The band spent 2018 recording debut LP, “Raconteur Rock” at Studio West Eleven, in the heart of West London’s Portobello Road. Produced by Paul Greendale, the album will be released in all formats on Jan 25th 2019, at thesame time as debut single “The Queen of Ella Street”


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Born and bred Londoner, Helen Hurd, immersed herself in music of all genres from a young age, but after a stint providing lead vocals with the ethereal Still Corners, it was rock that eventually stole her heart. With her extensive performance and vocal training, she is a natural in the spotlight and has toured for 7 years across the UK and Europe with various rock bands, playing to thousands of people at the popular biker rally, The Bulldog Bash and formally closed the Rugby World Cup 2015 tournament at Twickenham Stadium, where, as well as entertaining the 80,000 game-goers, she was blasted, live, to the big screen to the 40,000 people in Trafalgar Square. In 2018 she duetted with Eden’s Curse on their UK tour, supporting Michael Schenker Fest, playing Hard Rock Hell, The O2 Forum Kentish Town and Manchester Arena. She lent her vocals to Permageddon’s 80s rock cover of Adele’s ‘Hello’, which has gone viral on Youtube, with many comparing it to Heart and in 2017 she supported the mighty ZZ Top at the Sierre Blues Festival with BACK:N:BLACK.

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It seems Drew Young has been kissed by a voodoo high priestess recently. Back in New Orleans by way of New York, Drew’s been cutting his teeth on that Crescent City sound.

Drew is originally from Atlanta, Ga and got his start in the trenches of nearby Athens, as the founder and frontman of the jangly guitar-driven Ruben Kincaid. Since then, he’s been traversing the country in a variety of beat up vehicles, stopping along the way to work with some of the most talented musicians and offbeat characters in “the biz.”

A chance meeting with legendary drummer/producer Brady Blade provided the momentum to set recording in motion.

Drew set out to make music the way it should be done, from the heart, well crafted, honest and universal.

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Early Set at 8PM

Dirt Road Degenerates are a southern rock duo composed of Aaron Schilb & Chris DeLisle based in Nashville, Tennessee.

Derived from a love of classic rock, blues, and country, Dirt Road Degenerates are a different style of duo. Utilizing guitar solos, high vocal harmonies, and playful banter with the audience, Dirt Road Degenerates beat the living hell out of their instruments to deliver an electrifying performance and comfortable step away from contemporary pop-country that saturates the Nashville music industry.

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