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New Moon: A Night of New Music

New Moon: A Night of New Music

Oct 30, 7:30pm - Oct 30, 11:00pm

The Half Moon Putney
93 Lower Richmond Road
London,  SW15 1EU Map

A night of new music and discovery. Singer-songwriters, bands, poets, performance artists...

Only £2.50 entry. Food served until 10pm. Doors open 7:30pm.

Hosted by Signature Brew

Here is our Line-Up:

Damon Coles

Influenced mainly from bands of the late 1960's; Damon's music would fall under a rock/pop/blues genre. As well as upbeat rock,
he also writes more mellow songs and a few ballads. Artists of today comparable would be Paolo Nutini, Jack Savoretti & maybe a touch of Ed Sheeran on a few numbers. With have a deep affection for the blues, and though his music is not in that genre there
is an undercurrent of blues in all that he writes.

His new single "She Was a Woman" has just been released with a full band recording and is available on Spotify, AppleMusic
& iTunes.

Ember Swift

Canadian artist Ember Swift now resides in the magnetic city of Beijing, China. She has released 11 albums and 1 DVD project since 1996 and continues to have a loyal fan base across many national borders. “11:11,” her 11th album aptly named because she released it in 2011, is her most recent release. She plans to record new material in early 2016 for release in late 2016 and/or early 2017.

Ember speaks Mandarin and is a student of Chinese culture, so her music also melds these two traditions. It features lyrics in Mandarin, English and French (the latter both official Canadian languages) and the arrangements feature both Western and Eastern instrumentation such as the featured erhu in her band, a two-stringed traditional Chinese instrument that is considered the ‘Chinese violin.’

Specifically known for her unique, jazz-influenced guitar playing and elastic vocals, additional styles include folk, jazz, swing, R&B, funk, pop, folk-rock, and blues.

Olivia Frances

Cincinnati native and environmentalist, Olivia Frances is a singer-songwriter and musician with a sunny disposition. Wisdom shines through her pop-folk musical creations, which is obvious to listeners on her latest album, Evergreen, serving as a follow-up to her 2013 debut album Back To Happiness.

Evergreen is a product of Olivia’s gap year she spent in Nashville, TN. Her time in the Music City enabled her to focus on her distinctive blend of catchy-boppy melodies and the storytelling aspect of country music. She has graced the stages of some of Nashville’s most popular songwriter venues including the iconic Bluebird Café and the notable Commodore Grille. Since then, Olivia has moved to New England to attend college and expand her fanbase.

A student at Clark University in Worcester, MA, Olivia is majoring in global environmental studies and minoring in music with a concentration in jazz guitar. The combination of music and nature can be seen in her songs too, such as, “Season’s Grow On” and “Sunset Saturday Night.”

BLESS.

BLESS. is a project formed from the remains of London indie scene favourites, The Supernovas and Dirty Nelly.

Their distinct sound hails influences that range from 90s Britpop, to soul, ska, 60s rock and psychedelia. Much less wise than their well-ironed shirts might let you believe, the Londoners swing a pop and punk energy to the image of the explosive Irish singer Joei Silvester. For indie enthusiasts, he jokingly describes their music: “It’s like if Dr Feelgood and the Dexys Midnight Runners had a fight, which was refereed by The Specials and judged by The Clash.” Supported by the Joe Strummer Foundation, the Fab Five made their debut in the UK in 2015 with the EP « Music Comes First » and performed on numerous stages, from Glastonbury 2016 to the 100 Club of London’s West End. Their track « Daddy Didn’t Make It as a Rockstar » was even featured in the official Glastonbury program and dubbed a « classic of our time » The quintet just released their new stalker-rock creeper single « Easy Lover », coinciding with a new tour and support show at the Roundhouse with Frank Turner.

Garden Party

Brand new Indie/Rock outfit have been touted for big things and make their Half Moon debut.
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From our friends at The De La Warr Pavilion - Jake Bugg 😀

Live Nation presents Jake Bugg Solo Acoustic Plus Special Guests

Live Nation presents Jake Bugg Solo Acoustic Plus Special GuestsNov 22, 7:00pmThe De La Warr PavilionTickets £22.50

DLWP Members pre-sale: Thursday 10 Aug 2017 9am online
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