NOT TO BE MISSED // BETH ROWLEY // PETER J McCAULEY LIVE AT THE UNDERBELLY
With an abundance of amazing artists and awesome shows coming up in the calendar, we’ve carefully handpicked one of our stand-out events which we’re particularly looking forward to!
We’re very excited to Beth Rowley & Peter J McCauley live at the Underbelly on 16/10/18.
If you haven’t heard of Beth Rowley & Peter J McCauley, then check them out below and make sure you get to see them live up close and personal!
A heady fusion of rock, blues and Americana ‘Gota Fría’ is a startling rebirth, with a confidence that belies that ten-year absence. Working with co-writers Ron Sexsmith, Marcus Bonfanti and Ben Castle, Rowley has delivered an album that smolders, in both explosive and intimate forms. ‘Howl at the Moon’ and ‘Only One Cloud’, evoke the swarthy drama of Led Zeppelin while ‘Brother’ and ‘Run to the Light’ are ember-glowing ballads. ‘Hide from Your Love’ and ‘Forest Fire’ splice country-folk roots with the vibe and energy of the Bristol scene that gave birth to her voice while ‘Get it Back’ is equal parts rock and soul and ‘Brave Face’ nods to the ‘70s west coast sound.
Peter J McCauley
Peter J McCauley is musician from Belfast who was once described as “Brilliant, Wicked and Cool’ by Irish President, Michael D. Higgins. In recent years he has swapped the tour bus for the studio, where he has worked behind the scenes with artists such as Leah McFall, Alana Henderson, New Portals and JC Stewart. Following this period of collaboration, he now returns to the daunting and life-affirming prospect of releasing his own music, with a sound that has been years in the making. His new song, ‘Where do we belong’ ponders the questions, “who are we and what to you do if you ever find out.”
So save the date, add it to your calendar, pin it on your notice board as you won’t want to miss this one.
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Notting Hill Arts Club ,08 June
The Camden Assembly,28 June
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