MetroAcoustic is a brand new acoustic showcase straight from the musical heart of London, Metropolis Studios. Building on a solid reputation for supporting emerging talent, MetroAcoustic is perfect platform for up-and-coming artists to perform at the exclusive ‘guest list only’ music showcase attended by a who’s who of music A&R.
29th October 2015
Doors 19:30pm // Show 20:00pm
Mercury Bar, Metropolis Studios. Chiswick
METRO ACOUSTIC AT METROPOLIS STUDIOS’ MERCURY BAR
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THE LINE UP
Harry Pane is a folk / blues singer-songwriter, originally from Northamptonshire but now living in London. With a soulful and emotive voice, tumbling guitar riffs, slide-guitar and a ‘stomping’ pulse; his songs are crafted around stories that touch close to the heart. ‘Real Souls’ has been played by BBC Introducing and has had interviews / live sessions from Amazing Radio, Soho, Croydon & Fubar Radio.
Harry’s influences are John Martyn, Damien Rich, Bob Dylan and Xavier Rudd. He played at the O2 ahead of Fleetwood Mac’s and supported Nizlopi, Luke Concannon & Jimmy Davis on their Love & Revolution tour and Laura Zocca. He’s joined the festival circuit this summer with slots at The Big Feastival, Air Balloon Garden Party and played the main stage at Grillstock.
After a year long hiatus following his 2 year – 300 date Crazy Beautiful Tour, Tensheds re-appeared back on the radar with a bold announcement that he had taken up a week long residency at Leicester Square Theatre in Soho, London to begin recording his much anticipated 3rd album.
Once described as “Tom Waits & Jerry Lee Lewis’ love child”, Tensheds has honed his craft on the road – supporting legends such as John Mayall, Mick Taylor, James Burton, Hazel O’Connor, Roger Chapman, The Blockheads, Manfred Mann as well as performing on world renowned stages such as: Isle Of Wight Festival, Leicester Square Theatre, Cadogan Hall, Jazz cafe.
Tensheds will be performing tracks from his new album ‘The Dandy Punk Prince which is due for release on October 30th.
Originally from Reading, Ray Wills moved to London to study the art of songwriting and develop himself as an artist at the ACM@Metropolis Academy in Chiswick. Influenced by the likes of Matt Corby, Radiohead, Ben Howard, Marika Hackman, those seeing Ray Wills live are in for an absolute treat.
Inspired by the likes of Jessie Ware, London Grammar and Skylar Grey, Emma has a spirit about her that is infectious and a bravery in her voice that can hush a crowd. Emerging from Exeter’s vibrant South West music scene, she immersed herself in performing, writing and fashioning her own brand of heartfelt determined pop that sounds as fragile as it does emphatic.
Emma continues to build momentum in London where she is currently collaborating with writers and producers.