Born in Africa and raised in Oxford, Haula is an emerging singer/songwriter whose expressive and powerful sound tells an intimate story, exposing an arresting honesty and deep-seated vulnerability....
Annual rock festival celebrating some of the hardest hitting bands in London
Natalie won the Mayor of London Gigs competition aged just 13 and has gone on to play at some of London’s most iconic venues. Explore more of her music at Read more
APRIL BLUE is the legacy of a lost love triangle between founding members Ozz LP, Ian Morcher and the alluring April, the band's namesake. Since 2014, APRIL BLUE have moved from their acoustic duo ...
Joel Bailey is a singer / songwriter, knocking out soulful, blues inspired shuffles. Joel has been featured on BBC London TV and radio, Amazing Tunes and in the Evening Standard and has been hailed by Simon Cowell as 'quite good' (which we think is a massive understatement!).
Hope is a young singer/songwriter from St Albans, UK. Signed to Jacket Records in 2015, Hope has been guided down a path of consistency amidst a complex industry. Her new label has high hopes for Hope and her music, believing she has enough soul to bring a tear to any man's eyes.
Tailor is a force to be reckoned with, her diverse voice will take you through an emotional yet happy journey which will leave you inspired. Tailor is famous for her energy as a live act.
One Saturday afternoon instead of going to learn clarinet Simon Baum sat under a tree and wrote his first song. He was 12 and he hasn’t stopped writing since. Simon is an Essex based singer songwriter who has performed at venues all over the world and appeared on the same bill as artists such as Ed Sheeran, Will Young and SOHN. He has had recent success with his song ‘Bridges’ reaching the semi final of UK Songwriting Competition this year. Simon has released six EPs Easily, Words, Rise, Love, Somebody and Better and is currently working on his seventh.
Jonas and Jane are an Americana Duo from the UK who consist of harmony driven and bluegrass influenced folk. They have toured Texas, Colorado and Arizona and have played many UK festivals including the main stage and second stage at Beverley Folk Festival 2017, two stages at Maverick Americana Festival in 2015 and the main stage at Carfest South 2015 to over 35,000 people, following a live performance of their song ‘Whispered’ on the Chris Evans BBC Radio 2 Breakfast Show in August 2015.
The Pheasantry is a historic Georgian building originally used to raise pheasants for the royal household. It's had many distinguished residents including Australian artist Martin Sharp, Augustus John and Annigoni.
For artists such as James Morrison, Paolo Nutini, KT Tunstall, Ed Sheeran, Newton Faulkner and many more, The Bedford has often played a pivotal role in their careers. 4 nights a week, 50 weeks of the year The Bedford is committed to throwing the spotlight on hundreds of new and upcoming performers.
The 606 Club has existed as a Jazz Club Restaurant for more than 30 years, being run by musician Steve Rubie since 1976. Originally a small 30 seater basement venue at 606 Kings Road, it built up a solid reputation through the 70’s and 80’s amongst musicians and audiences as the Jazz hang-out. The popularity of the Club amongst musicians led to the policy of only booking British based musicians in order to support the local scene, which has continued unchanged to this day.
World class live music with a rich legacy of now-famous acts performing here early in their careers. Host of the renowned Unplugged Live Saturdays and Blue Sunday events.