Coffee House Sessions presents a night of live music in aid of Central London Samaritans at unique London venue Paper Dress Vintage!
Here’s a few words from our organisers:
“We’re delighted to be working with Central London Samaritans to present ‘Sing for Samaritans’. They are the founding branch of the national helpline charity, listening to London round the clock, all year round.
Through ‘Sing for Samaritans’ they raise awareness and fundraise for their service and bring music and singing to different venues across the capital with fantastic choirs and artists.
We’ve put together a super-talented line up of bands and singer-songwriters from our Coffee House Tour to perform for the evening – please do join us to support this worthwhile cause and enjoy some great new music at the same time!
Tickets are priced at £8 (+ 80p booking fee) – even if you can’t make the event feel free to buy one to support their great work!
Featuring live music from..
VERY SPECIAL GUESTS TO BE ANNOUNCED!
Led by siblings Matty & Julia Gurry, new wave indie rockers Belle Roscoe have spent time in Europe defining their sound & collaborating with European musicians and renowned DJ producer Luuk Cox (Shameboy, Girls in Hawaii, Stromae, & MLCD). The band have recently worked with legendary US producer Phil Ek (Fleet Foxes, The Shins, Paper Kites).
Refreshingly cool & epic indie melodies married with an underground contemporary electronic world are the result.
Will Connor is an exciting new talent. Over the last 3 years he has supported the likes of Union J, Foxes, Nina Nesbitt and Stereo Kicks playing in front of 1000+ crowds. He has also gained the support of BBC Introducing, where his tracks have been aired and has been invited to play live on air.
Nadia Rae is a London based singer/songwriter. Nadia regularly gigs and continues to develop her music and performance skills for a wide variety of genres. This enables her to adapt to many different styles ranging from Rhythm and Blues/Soul and RnB
Tickets here: https://billetto.co.uk/en/events/sing-for-samaritans