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Thu 7th Dec   19:00

 

FUTURE HITS RADIO x HOT VOX : Amaya and the Echoes // April Jai // Gretchin // Evy Frearson // Emma Lynne at THE OLD QUEENS HEAD

The Event

The unassuming exterior of this 17th century establishment in Islington, beguiles it’s rich heritage and it’s recent History. Situated just off of Upper Street in the heart of Islington’s night life, it’s renowned for more than just a convenient thirst quencher. 

Decorated in period chandeliers, wall length leather booths and boasting an open fireplace or two it’s every inch the lavish and spacious live music venue we’ve come to know and love. This place has played host to more than just a few drunken publicans with the likes of ‘The Kooks’, ‘Bombay Bicycle Club’ and ‘Foals’ to name but a few, gracing the stage.  Not to mention a few DJ sets from the ‘Ninja Tunes’ Roster, it seems there’s more to this ‘Pub’ than meets the eye and there’s plenty of life in the old girl yet.

Meet the lineup

Amaya and the Echoes

Amaya and the Echoes, a dark pop band, craft evocative music that explores emotional depths and societal issues. Their latest EP, “Echoes Within,” delves into the risks of A.I. and the climate crisis, blurring the line between humans a... view artist profile

April Jai

April Jai is a rising force in the pop world, known for her distinctive alt pop sound and poignant storytelling. April has garnered a dedicated following both with her TikTok viral hits and sold out headline shows. Having support from Spotify&rsqu... view artist profile

Gretchin

London based alt-pop singer-songwriter Gretchin draws inspriation from artists like Wolf Alice, Pheobe Bridgers, The Cranberries, and MUNA, Gretchin thrives on being able to experiment with her music. Transcending a multitude of genres, the London... view artist profile

Evy Frearson

Evy is a 20 year old British born pop-rock singer-songwriter who loves to explore storytelling through multiple mediums. Inspired by her love of the legends from the 70s and the 90s from Stevie wonder to Jeff Buckley and more contemporary sounds o... view artist profile

Emma Lynne

With a string of live performances and several appearances on BBC radio under her belt, 19 year old Emma Lynne is starting to becoming one of London’s most sought-after singer-songwriters.

Emma writes stunning songs in a wide variety ... view artist profile

The details

Key Info

DOORS OPEN

19:15

MINIMUM AGE

Strictly 18+ (I.D may be required)

TICKET PRICE

£10 ADV / £12 OTD  

CAPACITY

160

Terms

Long Live Live Music!

The venue

The unassuming exterior of this 17th century establishment in Islington, beguiles it’s rich heritage and it’s recent History. Situated just off of Upper Street in the heart of Islington’s night life, it’s renowned for more than just a convenient thirst quencher. 

Decorated in period chandeliers, wall length leather booths and boasting an open fireplace or two it’s every inch the lavish and spacious live music venue we’ve come to know and love. This place has played host to more than just a few drunken publicans with the likes of ‘The Kooks’, ‘Bombay Bicycle Club’ and ‘Foals’ to name but a few, gracing the stage.  Not to mention a few DJ sets from the ‘Ninja Tunes’ Roster, it seems there’s more to this ‘Pub’ than meets the eye and there’s plenty of life in the old girl yet.

Visit THE OLD QUEENS HEAD

44 Essex Road, London, N1 8LN

Visit the website

http://www.theoldqueenshead.com