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Doors at 7:30
Show starts : 8:30

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Tonight we have 5 fantastic original artists performing live in the Club Room


Georgie’s musical life started at the age of 10 when he started teaching himself guitar. Aged 13, he started a band and during this time Georgie quickly picked up drums and singing. He then began writing music for the band until they drifted apart, as the friends moved on after school. But Georgie continued to write music as a solo artist.2017 was a successful year for Georgie Keller, and with him already making waves in early 2018; we can only expect even bigger things from the young artist throughout his promising career.

“My music is fresh, it’s Pop but very current, influenced by Hip Hop/Rap & Electronic sounds. ‘Rings’ is relationship driven, an exciting but yet mysterious and awkward situation between 2 people full to the brim of feelings just trying to secure this with out talking wedding bells! It’s a feel good track that I think most people out there can relate to. I’ve got to be creative, to show myself through my music. There are not many British artists making this kind of music, and i love taking risks, that’s when you get the best results – oh and I’m very optimistic, I try to see the good in everything.”

2018 was a successful year for Georgie Keller, and with him already making waves in 2019; we can only expect even bigger things from the young artist throughout his promising career.

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Liberty is a 16 year old singer from West London with stunning soulful vocals and a musical maturity beyond her years. Influences include, Jessie J, Amy Winehouse and Demi Lovati.  She is an extremely hard working young artist, gigging all over the country at festivals and venues including The NEC, Kempton Park and Lords Cricket Ground. Her fanbase is also quickly growing online. Her soulful duet cover of ‘I Hate You I Love You’ by Gnash, has been viewed over 100,000 times on Facebook and her success has lead to in recent years nominations for Best Original Act and Best Young Breakthrough Act in the South East Entertainment Awards along with bookings for larger festivals supporting the likes of Matt Terry, Peter Andre, 5ive plus many more. Upcoming gigs include performing on the Firestone stage in The Birmingham Arena for The Vamps dates, Westlife, Boyzone and TakeThat

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Charlie Limm, is a Musician, Actor and Composer, originally from Somerset. She brings haunting vocals, guitar and flute to the mix, largely influenced by the likes of Sandy Denny, Fleetwood Mac and Joni Mitchell. Charliealso performs as part of the duo Patchwork Skies through which she has performed at various prestigious venues such as Battersea Arts Centre, The Troubadour, The Bedford, Bromsgrove Folk Festival and the Soundlounge and had her song ‘Through the Dark’ featured on BBC Radio Introducing.

Charlie has also worked extensively in theatre and since working in the music department at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre in 2016, she has also worked as an Actor and Composer on various theatre productions. Recent credits include: Composer and Narrator in Jekyl and Hyde (Scripts for Supper, London) and Lady Valerie and Musician in Tarzanne (SpaceTriplex Edinburgh Fringe Festival).

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Bought it for the Bottle (BIFTB) is the next step in the musical careers of Liam Talbot, Jack Dwyer, Chris Seaman and Bradley Cox, after performing together for over two years in a 7-piece funk pop group.
Utilising the performance experience and musicality this afforded them, Bought it for the Bottle dived head first into the UK indie rock scene. Since their formation in early 2018, BIFTB have already earnt a fair following, after their two singles and live performances.
Taking a break from self-producing their records, BIFTB are churning out new songs, constantly evolving their style with influences ranging from Paramore and Catfish to Coin and The Night Café.

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Lydia Singer is an extremely talented up-coming singer-songwriter who began her singing career at the age of 9 when she entered her first singing competition and won leading to her following this up with a performance at the Milton Keynes Theatre.

In 2013/2014 Lydia collaborated with producer Charles Foskett and songwriter Rod Davis, who has written for Kylie Minogue, on her first original solo tracks including her first single “Meteor”. In 2014, Lydia also worked with record producer Steve Salvari on another 3 songs, including one of her own composition, ‘Stupid Love’.

During 2015 Lydia performed at Ronnie Scott’s giving her the first opportunity to play with a big band behind her, something that proved to be a brilliant success. Lydia was also invited to sing for Dame Cleo Laine at a private function staged in her garden

2016 saw Lydia recording and working on her own material with producer Simon Brown at ChartHouse Music and released her first original in Sept16, together with 7 mixes, reaching No. 16 in the Music Week Club Charts (Week 42).

Lydia was also given the opportunity to perform at the House of iKons show at London Fashion Week where she sang Purple Rain as a Prince tribute to the late star. The show was televised live by Britrox TV (sponsored by HMV) on Sky TV to 79 countries with an anticipated audience of 400 million, televised by ITV London and the show is being filmed by a number of television companies for news and future features.

A busy 2017 saw the release of her next single, Wreckless, with the VEVO video being aired on Britrox TV /Sky TV for 8 nights on the Countdown Show 3.

Lydia was also given the opportunity to perform at both House of iKons show during London Fashion Week in February 17 and it’s only the start of the year. Lydia’s debut EP ‘Just Being 15’ was released in July 17 to great reviews followed quickly by Lydia’s next release ‘Out of Control’ airplayed extensively on BBC Introducing.

2018 saw the release of Truth Hurts which Lydia performed live on Sue Marchant’s ‘Big Night In’ ,BBC Cambridge, and broadcast across East Anglia. More performances at the House of iKons London Fashion Week show continued in February 2018 and, during June 2018, a trip to Beijing, China for the China-Sino Pop Music Summit proved to be a successful introduction to the Chinese market.

19th August at Zigfrid Von UnderBelly, Hoxton Square was Lydia’s second EP launch ‘Rebellious Teen’ which has been promoted in both the UK and the USA on the teen station ‘Express Yourself’.

One Top 10 and two 20 Music Week Club Chart hits in 7 months, not bad for an unsigned singer/songwriter

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