Local & Live Sessions
Infrared | Steve Hewitt | Eliza Lewis Band
8pm – Infrared
9pm – Steve Hewitt
Hi my name is Steve Hewitt, I'm a singer/songwriter and acoustic guitar player. My first love of music came when I first listened to the bright simplistic yet creative sound of Buddy Holly, I loved the way he was so different from the rest of the rock'n'rollers of the 50s. I listened to Buddy's music for up to a year and suddenly just listening to music wasn't enough, so that's when I got my first guitar! It was because of David Gray and Bob Dylan that I became obsessed with words. I've gone on now to listen to artists like – Fink, John Legend, Ray Lamontagne, Ben Howard, Royal Blood, John Mayer, James Blunt, James Morrison, James Vincent McMorrow, Iron and Wine etc. So all of these artist have inspired me to work hard for my own sound and made me realise that to be successful I need to sing from my heart and write from my soul offering a varied range of songs that range from life experiences to what I think love is.
9.50pm – Eliza Lewis Band
Having music in my life is one of the most important things to me. I feel like it’s a very stable source as I can always sit at the piano or even tap my foot to a beat in the middle of a math lesson. I started piano lessons when I was 7 and put my voice into training when I was 11 and in the last year or so I have started to teach myself the guitar. From a young age it has been a continuous process as I have developed my sound as an artist and as a songwriter. Creating my own music and lyrics is central to the reason why I love it, as it allows me to communicate my emotions and properly relate to a situation in life. My main influences are Amy Winehouse, John Mayer, Tom Odell, Michael Jackson and Johnny Cash. I have grown up listening to their voices and that has molded me into the artist I am today. In the future I am keen to develop my sound by carrying on performing and writing and I hope to collaborate with other musicians and form an exciting new band.
Dates & Times
- Date: 24 / 02 / 18Time: 20:00Book Now
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