Live Music Day – The lineup
Check out the music in TWO venues on Sunday afternoon! The Big Stage on the Green and the Supper Room stage in HTH will both host bands for a music-filled day. Come and support local musicians!
SUNDAY MAIN STAGE
12 noon – The Hap’ning Place (collecting for Great Ormond St, see below)
12.45pm – 1.55 Bernadette Crossover Set
2.15 – W3 detour
3pm – The Swagger
3.34 – Chris Cape
4.30 – Davy Flats
SUNDAY – THE SUPPER ROOM
12.15 – Soundchoir
1pm – Gennaro Acciarino
1.45 – Annexe the Moon
2.30 – New River
3.15 – No Coward Soul
4pm – Kill your Darlings
4.45 – Glorious Deye
Davy Flats’ is set to release his second single ’41’ on Friday 21st July on Terrible Twin Records. A 3 minute pop number, the song is about a very famous North London bus route! You can keep up to date with gigs and releases on www.facebook.com/davyflats ”
The Hap’ning Place: are collecting for Great Ormond Street Children’s hospital.
Free the Beauty of the Music Within You!
The Hap’ning Place is the Crouch End music school offering lessons to adults and children all day Monday to Saturday until 9pm
Our enthusiastic, qualified teachers are happy to teach all styles and levels from beginners to professionals.
Lessons in singing, piano, violin, guitar, saxophone,‘cello, and french horn can be for fun or we can prepare you for the Graded Examinations, university and theater auditions and performances.
tel: 07908 771 984
THE SWAGGER – an original indie-alternative, Acoustic duo hailing from Hornsey, North London UK formed March 2013. The band consists of two brothers Lee Stevens (Rhythm Guitar, Lead Vocals) & Paul Stevens (Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals)
Their new material has gone down a storm at recent gigs with their modern melodic 60s Everly Brothers/Beatles style harmonies. They have played almost every music venue in and around London and have caused quite a stir.
Brothers Paul & Lee Stevens plan to release their debut single ‘Let It All Out’ early 2018 with the debut album to follow. “A perfect fusion of Oasis and The Kinks, as if with slowed-down of Iggy Pop’s Lust for Life. A perfect start to what will likely be a bright music career” – The Record Stache (USA)
Check Thursday night’s lineup for more music in the Supper Room, Hornsey Town Hall