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Tunbridge Wells
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Local & Live Sessions

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  • Category: Music & Dance
  • Production: Paul Dunton

Full Description

Doors 7pm | Music from 8pm

Our ever-popular Local & Live Sessions showcase the very best artists from Kent and Sussex every month.

 

Headliner | Harley & Woods

Harley & Woods is the collaboration of singer/songwriter Jez Harley and guitarist Sam Woods. Their music is described as a soulful fusion of blues, funk and americana. The pair met whilst studying music together at University and it quickly became clear that they shared similar influences, taste and ideas. Since starting this project they have played together in many UK venues and even embarked on a trip to New Orleans, where they performed together at the French Quarter Festival. You can see them as a duo or with their electrifying 6 piece band featuring some incredible musicians including Phil Scragg (bass), Pete Wheeler (drums) and Josh Roots (keys).

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Storm Engine

Storm Engine are a UK South-Eastern four piece who formed in 2008 after guitarist Wayne Brummer and bassist George Baldwin met on the set of an erotic Swedish film written by drummer Tim Pears and being directed by singer Ryan Barker. All of them had arrived that day by mistake (Tim was under the impression he’d written a cyber-thriller) and so Storm Engine was formed as a way of dealing with their collective shame and embarrassment.

Fast forward 10 years and Storm Engine are still going strong, bringing a melodic melange of funk and rock to the masses. All writers, their varied influences merge to create a unique and infectious sound formed from harmonious melodies, big riffs, funky bass and driving beats. At the heart of it all though, Storm Engine just want to have fun.

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Charlie Rivers

 

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Dates & Times

  • Date: 27 / 10 / 18Time: 20:00Book Now

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