Yes the next We Come Alive is on next Sunday. I’m really enjoying curating these nights at The Harrison, Kings Cross – a pub with amazing ales, delicious food, smiling faces and a great sounding music room. We are quickly gaining a reputation for pin drop audiences and truly magical music. Rozi Plain described it as a night of ‘relentless quality’. A punter described it as like being at End of the Road Festival, but in a pub. It’s what I’m aiming for. Buy your tickets now and get down early for a Sunday roast.
Sun May 17 Line up:
- Secret Headliner (Full Time Hobby Records)
- Pat Dam Smyth (band)
I’ve gone and booked a band who I can’t actually announce for legal reasons. They are sophisticated four piece with a magnetic front man. And I think you’ll love them. I can tell you they are on Full Time Hobby Records (home of Timber Timbre and The Leisure Society). You’ll have to place your trust in me that I would only book quality acts for you.
Pat Dam Smyth (band)
I heard this Northern Irish songwriter’s debut album, The Great Divide, and proclaimed the resurrection of John Lennon. Fantastic songwriting, it is a work of such depth, honesty and precision. I immediately called him up and booked him for a full band show. Very excited about this one. The Independent said: ‘The Great Divide conquers beautifully’
Incredible guitarist and singer from excellent Willkommen Records band, Eyes & No Eyes. A glacial voice and prize winning songwriter. I asked him to play his first solo show for us and he obliged. Come and make history.
It’s going to be a special night. See you there?
We Come Alive