British DJ/producer and actress Charlotte Devaney continues her Hologram Sessions this week over on Facebook Live. From 7pm on Monday 21 September, you can find Charlotte, with special guest Dread MC, taking social distancing to the next level as they spin tunes to soundtrack your Monday evening. Expect “big fat dirty basslines & plenty of vibbbbes”. The live stream will be from Charlotte’s official Facebook profile here and you can find more info on the event page here.
Yorkshire’s Bang Bang Romeo have a special show lined up for Tuesday 22 September. From 7pm, the full-band set will feature brand new material written during lockdown and can be streamed straight to your livingroom via phone, iPad, TV or whatever device you have. To view you’ll need to purchase a virtual ticket which start at just £5 (+booking fee). There will also be further ticket options for a HQ download, VIP (very limited), and you can donate to help the artist. For more info and to grab your ticket now – head to the link below.
Singer-songwriter Kate McGill first caught attention on Youtube with her covers of hit songs by artists such as Adele, Lady Gaga, Paramore and The Killers. In the following years, she’s released her own music and now fronts band Meadowlark as well as running the podcast We Dive Deeper. Over on her Twitch channel, Kate often streams with music, chats and wine – the next stream is this Tuesday 22 September from 8pm. Head to her channel in the link below to tune in and hang out.
The Royal College of Music in association with St Barnabas House present Music In The Gardens this Thursday 24 September. From 7:15pm you can tune into the St Barnabas House Facebook page or the website to enjoy a varied programme of opera performed by the alumni of the Royal College of Music in the beautiful setting of The Old Vicarage. Performers include Julieth Lozano Rolong, a Colombian soprano, Christian Andreas, a German baritone, and Theodor Uggla, a Swedish tenor, who all spent lockdown in a bubble together. While the stream will be free to view – donations of £5 (or whatever you can spare) are welcome via Just Giving to support the charity St Barnabas House providing specialist palliative care. Find out more at the website via the button below.
The Salford Arms weekly Open Mic, but virtual. Hosted by musician Michael Webster and Bread Records – there’s plenty of space for people to perform or if you’d prefer to sit back and watch, that’s cool too. Taking place on Thursday 24 September from 7pm – you’ll need to head to the Bread Social Facebook group and join for free to view. It’s a great chance to check out some local talent. If you’re interested in getting a slot or tuning in – see the event page here for all the details.
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