There’s an great lineup tomorrow night – Friday 17th – at Hornsey Town Hall’s gorgeously 40s style Supper Room. Five artists will be appearing at the final Live Music eve, all part of Crouch End Festival which ends this Sunday 19th June.
PLEASE COME ALONG!! FREE ENTRY!! (all we ask is a donation so we can keep the festival free for next year), BAR.
Here’s the lineup:
Local Hornsey singer songwriter Steve Puddle has his first album out now. His new album WAA!! Radish is now available. And he has a beautiful video for his song Cold Hearted Land.
Jimmy Cannon and Dorian Ford join forces to form Burton Bradstock. Out now is their album called….
‘All Upon A Lovely Summer’s Day’
and this is what has been said about their innovative debut album. “With one foot in the bucolic past and the other very firmly in the contemporary, the album’s arrangements sympathetically recast English folk songs from the early to mid-nineteenth century.”
The Battles of Winter
This guitar band from Crouch End / Tottenham are mesmerising, or, as I wrote when I saw them ‘deep, sonorous and dramatic’.They played at The End Festival 2015, at The Crypt Studio. The Battles of Winter have a new album out entitled Love’s White Thread.
Annie Rew Shaw
Annie has beautiful and expressive voice, she also appeared at The End festival, and plays at many different venues around London.
Kill Your Darlings
The folk/rock band from North London have some brand new material to play for us. Expect beautiful harmonies and a great sound.
The gig is the third Crouch End Live music event, courtesy of
Members of Crouch End Festival team (Sophie, Chris and Olivia); Laurence of Charthouse Music; plus gourmetgigs.com