Malcolm Mcwatt 7pm – Northern Soul 8pm – Boundless Brothers 8:30pm – Wildfire 9:30pm – Bad Day Blues Band 10:30pm

Malcolm McWatt – 7pm 

As the driving force behind London country-rock band The Glass Mountains, Malcolm MacWatt has already gained recognition for his powerful song-writing. But it’s as a solo performer, swapping out his telecaster for an acoustic guitar, where his story-telling comes to the fore, often with brutal clarity. He writes about love, loss, guilt and loneliness with recurring themes of home, connection and family. By paring songs down to the absolute minimum he allows the lyrics and melodies to take priority. A 4 Star review for his latest album “Three Truths and The Chord” in Maverick Magazine further reinforces his songwriter credentials.

Northern Soul – 8pm 

DJ’s playing Northern Soul music !

Boundless Brothers – 8:30pm 

Boundless Brothers are a Cornish band making melodic sounds and bringing an interesting mixture of Pop Rock and Folk music with electric and acoustic sounds across the UK. They blend their voices together to create 3 part harmonies, which adds allot of depth and interest to our songs and have been described as “ones to watch”.

Wildfire – 9:30pm 

Wildfire are a London-based vocal-led band, as soulful as they are sassy, blending beautiful harmonies with outstanding lead vocals, awesome guitar riffs and electric beats. Pop, soul and R&B covers all feature in their feisty live sets, including songs by the likes of Lauryn Hill, Sam Smith, Ella Eyre, Prince, Janelle Monae and Jill Scott.

Bad Day Blues Band – 10:30 pm

“The Bad Day Blues Band are a hard hitting blues rock band taking the London Music by storm. Playing a mixture of covers and original material, the band pride themselves in bringing the british blues sound of the swinging sixties back into the 21st century.”

From recording in Abbey Road to wowing the crowds at The Isle of Wight Festival, BDBB are ferocious live performers and showmen, dedicated to
giving audiences an experience they’ll never forget. Pushing boundaries and merging genres from blues to rock to country and
soul, smelting them into a unique style that can only be BDBB. Established in 2016, Bad Day have already reached number 1 in the iTunes blues chart with hit single ‘Late night sister’ and won over some very notable friends, endorsing international companies such as Orange, Ernie Ball, Gamma, Seydel, Blackstar and Laney. They play regularly at some of the world’s coolest venues including, The Hard Rock Cafe, The 100 Club, as well as a sell out show in Times Square, NYC supporting grammy award winner Delbert McClinton at the Sony Hall. Bad Day are playing many of the major popular music UK festivals in 2018 such as The Isle of Wight Festival, Black Deer festival and Pennfest, showing their appeal reaches way beyond the genre their name lends itself to. Rock and roll at it’s coolest.

Their new record The Abbey Road Session reached number 5 in the iTunes blues chart on the day of it’s release. It was produced by Chris Bolster (Paul McCartney, Ozzy Osbourne, Foo fighters etc) at Abbey Road studios.