Time Out Live presents three rising stars on one bill. All together at Time Out London readers’ ‘Favourite Live Music Venue’….
Harry Pane is a London based folk/blues singer-songwriter. Following a move to London from Northants he’s busier than ever and playing some great venues such as London 02’s Brooklyn Bowl, The Bedford and The 100 Club.
With a soulful and emotive voice, tumbling guitar riffs, slide-guitar and a ‘stomping’ pulse. His songs are crafted around stories that touch close to the heart. He’s just released his EP ‘Changing’ which he recorded in Valencia with Dani Castelar, now available on iTunes, Spotify. Harry recently won #roadtothe100club with Meet & Jam & was awarded ‘Best Original Artist’ with PRS Music and a development fund with Island Records. His tracks have been played by Radio X, BBC Introducing, Kerrang and Amazing Radio.
Harry’s influences include John Martyn, Christy Moore, Damien Rice, Rocco Deluca and Bob Dylan. Having been a showcasing artist at SXSW in Austin, Texas in March, this summer you will find him at Glastonbury, The Big Feastival (Udder Stage), CarFest North and South and Jimmy’s Farm Harvest Festival.
Multi award winning Singer/Songwriter and BRIT school student from London. She is no stranger to playing venues across the city. Natalie has performed at The Roundhouse, The 100 Club, The Hard Rock Café, The 229 and many others. She has shared the stage with acts as diverse as Soul II Soul and Sex Pistol Glen Matlock.
Her list of accolades is quite impressive for a 17 year old, including being a two time winner of the Mayor of London, Gigs: Big Busk competition. The winner of Open Mic UK, The Guardian’s Music Award in 2014 and the London Music Award for Best Undiscovered Talent.
Natalie’s début single ‘Follow You Home’ reached number 15 in the singer/songwriter iTunes top 200 chart.
Alex Francis’ emotive melding of rock, soul and blues emerged from the London grass roots rock scene in late 2015 after a rapid and completely organic rise to prominence that few singer song-writers have experienced.