Ewood + Sascha Osborn + Tootawl + JVSMINE + Gallery 47
Sunday 8th September 2019
After a Sold out Gig at "Le Reservoir", rave reviews during his 2016- 2017 europe tour in Paris, Amsterdam, Lisbon and London (Troubadour, Bedroom Bar, Royal Runaway, Waterhole, Primero Anndar) ;Ewood is coming back.
He will invites you through his journey like a phoenix with his voice and lyrics for an acoustic set.
Ewood is a Pop/ Soul singer with a very unique tone; real, raw, smooth and powerful. He studied music and dancing at the conservatory and he is also a trained actor. He appears on The Voice and the Chrissy B Show.
He lives in London and he is currently working on his album TOD.(Truth Or Dare).
Sascha Osborn - with special guest Andy Hamill
Sascha is a London, UK based, emerging singer songwriter who blends her cocktail of influences, seamlessly dancing between the ‘folk’ and ‘jazz’ worlds utilising these flavours and colours to express tender reflective songs about hope, loss and love. Her debut album ‘Looking Out And After’ has received airplay on BBC Radio Scotland, BBC Radio 6 Music, BBC Radio Suffolk and extremely positive acclaim. Currently touring in the UK playing venues and festivals as a solo artist with acoustic guitar and as a duo with Andy Hamill on double bass, electric bass and harmonica and as a trio including Justin Woodward on percussion, drums and vibes.
During summer 2014, a young Irish troubadour named Richard O’ Gorman found himself in Nashville, Tennessee performing his bustling brand of indie/folk in such famous venues as The Bluebird.
Standing at six foot five, he was christened ‘too tawl’ in typical Tennessee twang. The name stuck like glue and upon his arrival home with this new title he began working on material for his debut EP. Mainly taking inspiration from artists like Bob Dylan, The Beatles and also older blues musicians such as Blind Willie McTell, Tootawl mixes this strong sense of musical tradition with his own unique folk style.
Since his time in Tennessee, Tootawl has supported Aslan in their sold out gig in Cork Opera House and Ham Sandwich at the Bandon Music Festival, and supported Bagatelle on their farewell tour to name a few. Tootawl recorded his debut EP with producer Christian Best (Mick Flannery, Jack O' Rourke) at Monique Studios which received widespread national radio airplay, and toured extensively (London, Berlin, Edinburgh, San Francisco & Los Angeles). He also had the title track of this EP played in an episode of the Netflix original series 'You Me Her'.
In November of 2017, Tootawl has just released his second EP, Twist Of Paranoia, which has received national radio airplay in Ireland and the US, and is in preparation to record his first full length LP this year.
Singer / Songwriter ..
‘Gallery 47 is the pseudonym of English songwriter, Jack Peachey. In 2010, his tracks started to appear on BBC Introducing’s ‘The Beat’ radio show, which quickly began to turn heads. Blending electronic elements with the abstract lyrical verses of a beat-poet, you could say he is reminiscent of Nick Drake, Bert Jansch or his biggest influence, Bob Dylan. Tom Robinson certainly thought so, as soon enough Gallery 47’s songs appeared on BBC 6music. His debut album ‘Fate Is The Law LP’ was recorded independently and mastered at Abbey Road. As well as T in the Park, there is Splendour Festival, Strawberry Fields Festival, Summer Sundae Weekender on his summer schedule, so catch him here while you can!’ – BBC Introducing
‘Gallery 47 is Jack Peachey, a 24-year-old singer-songwriter who writes and records “in various independent studios and large rooms in Nottingham”, using “either a Taylor guitar tuned down to C# or an Appalachian Dulcimer in various open tunings”. If that doesn’t give you much flavour of his work, we’d add that he sounds like one of those obscure American solo artists with high, angelic voices specialising in melodic acoustica – a little bit alt country, a little bit folk – with a pop sensibility and a penchant for interesting chords, such as the unjustly neglected 90s and noughties musician Jeff Hanson.‘
– The Guardian