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Tuesday
Aug112015

Bad Touch To Play Time Out London - Rising Stars Night of Blues and Rock at Jazz Cafe Tuesday November 10

 

 

Time Out Rising Stars is back! This time, they've handpicked five of the best blues and rock artists on the scene to entertain you for one exclusive Time Out evening at Camden Town’s historical Jazz Cafe. 

The whole thing only costs you a tenner! Where else can you catch the next generation of rock stars in an intimate setting for that little? Nowhere, that’s where! Rising Stars of Blues and Rock is exactly what the November pages in your diary have been begging for – don’t miss out!

Quite Great are thrilled to announce Bad Touch will be on the bill for the night of awesome Rock and Blues!

Get you tickets now! 

http://uk-offers.timeout.com/deals/event-rising-stars-of-blues-and-rock

Monday
Aug102015

Morecambe for No 1!

From the team at Quite Great we’re delighted to announce that we will be working with Morecambe Council and local star Ashleigh Wood to get Morecambe and Wise classic ‘Bring Me Sunshine’ to number one and put Morecambe back on the map!

After a wet and gloomy July, August is set to deliver days of sunshine and seaside perfect weather. Morecambe Council have lined up the help of Quite Great and Ashleigh Wood to join forces and make Morecambe the popular, go-to seaside town for UK holiday makers this summer!

Let’s all work together to make this happen, with already 1000+ likes in just over a week! Support the cause and join the Facebook group here:

https://www.facebook.com/MorecambeforNo1

Thursday
Jul162015

We’re Delighted to Announce that Quite Great are now working with Dame Shirley Bassey’s favourite vocal trio, Blake 

 

 

When Dame Shirley Bassey first saw the male vocal group BLAKE perform on ITV's This Morning eight years ago she, along with millions of viewers, was so smitten that she promptly requested that they perform at her birthday party that same night. Since then the Dame has watched BLAKE at many of their live concerts, including a recent preview of their latest show called 'In Harmony', currently touring the UK now. Quite Great are pleased to announce that they will be taking care of the publicity for the tour.

The Quite Great radio team are thrilled to be working with the modern-classic icons. The radio promotions guys will be promoting the tour dates September through to October and will on the look out to help find local choirs to join the guys at some of their venues.

It's this brand new show that BLAKE will be bringing to Lancaster this September, at The Grand on the 9th.  They will be performing 2 hours of uplifting and emotional music from the pop, classical and musical worlds, which guarantee there ‘won’t be a dry eye in the house’ - OK Magazine.  The songs have been curated from 6 albums spanning their 8 year strong career, including their BRIT-Award winning debut album and their latest offering 'In Harmony'. Combined with ad-libbed banter & comedy, live instruments, stunning projected videos and dramatic lighting, BLAKE are assured to thrill anyone with a love of powerful songs and ratpack fun. 

BLAKE has an impressive CV of achievements including several number 1's, multi-platinum selling albums, regular appearances on UK television (including 5 shows this last year), three performances in front of the Queen and various worldwide tours to Asia, America, Russia and Europe. However, it’s the constant support from BLAKE’s loyal fans that can be attributed to their long lasting success. From performing alongside them on stage in local choirs to funding them through PledgeMusic to create their critically acclaimed 5th album ‘In Harmony’, BLAKE’s fans have been with them every step of the way.  

‘In Harmony’ - OK! Magazine ****

Three guest artists appear on BLAKE's  ‘In Harmony’, including Brit-Award nominee Camilla Kerslake, Number 1 selling classical soprano Rebecca Newman and Filipino superstar Rachelle Ann Go, who recently won a World Music Award for her role in the new production of Miss Saigon on the West-End in London.  

"A stunning concert and one of the entertainment highlights of the year" -   The Cornish Guardian

BLAKE are once again searching the UK for talented local choirs to join them on stage as part of their ‘In Harmony’ tour. Over the last five years the group have been joined by more than 250 local choirs around the UK and overseas, in venues as far apart as Manchester, Moscow and Manila. Choirs simply need to email their latest videos to the BLAKE website and the chosen groups will perform alongside BLAKE on five big ensemble songs, as well as present their own solo song to the audience. Performers in past guest choirs for BLAKE’s shows have recently been seen attaining places at prestigious London music colleges and even taking star roles in West End shows.

Brilliant” ‘In Harmony’ - Woman & Home

                                                                                       

Watch BLAKE performing ‘Hallelujah’ live in concert… bit.ly/HallelujahBlake

 

July

Sat 18th                 Hippodrome, Eastbourne                              www.royalhippodrome.com

Wed 22nd             Holt Festival                                                         www.holtfestival.org  

 

August

Fri 21st                 The Stables, Milton Keynes                            www.stables.org

 

September

Sat 5th                   Memorial Theatre, Frome                             www.fromememorialtheatre.org.uk

Tues 8th                Lyceum Theatre, Crewe                                 www.crewelyceum.co.uk

Wed 9th                The Grand, Lancaster                                       www.lancastergrand.co.uk

Thurs 10th            The Plaza, Stockport                                         www.stockportplaza.co.uk

Fri 11th                  St Helens, Merseyside                                    www.sthelenstheatreroyal.com

Sat 12th               Tivoli Theatre, Wimborne                                www.tivoliwimborne.co.uk

Tues 15th              Opera House, Buxton                                      www.buxtonoperahouse.org.uk

Thurs 17th            Playhouse, Harlow                                            www.playhouseharlow.com

 

October

Fri 2nd                    The Place, Oakengates, Telford                   www.theplacetelford.com

Sat 3rd,                           Courtyard, Hereford                                        www.courtyard.org.uk  

Sun 4th                Roses Theatre, Tewkesbury                         www.rosestheatre.org

Fri 9th                               Clair Hall, Haywards Heath                             www.placesforpeopleleisure.org

 

November         

Wed 11th              Regent Centre, Dorset                                    www.regentcentre.co.uk

Fri 13th                  Playhouse, Epsom                                             www.epsomplayhouse.co.uk

Fri 20th                  Capitol, Horsham                                               www.thecapitolhorsham.com                                         

Sat 21st                 Exmouth Pavilion, Devon                               www.exmouthpavilion.co.uk

Sun 1st                  Queens Theatre, Hornchurch                       www.queens-theatre.co.uk

 

 

Monday
Jun082015

All This Noise Announced for Bestival Ahead of New Single

 

 

All This Noise are the ones to watch for 2015! Bestival just announced the band for this year's lineup in September, which will see the likes of The Chemical Brothers, Gorgon City and Duke Dumont take to the stage. Their new single ‘Seven Billion Like You’ is set for release on 15 June 2015, which has been supported by BBC Radio 6 host Tom Robinson.

Listen here: https://soundcloud.com/allthisnoise/seven-billion-like-you

Forming in late 2014, they've been compared to the likes of The Cure, Radiohead and Depeche Mode. The single has a very original sound - relaxed with a slightly haunting twist, and was mixed by Al Riley (The Maccabees and U2).

Singer/lead guitarist, James has worked as a sub-editor for Mixmag and has been published in The Guardian, The Telegraph and The Independent, whilst Alan, bassist/producer, has been a session player for bands such as Freaky Realistic (Polydor), Mint Royale (Sony). With his own studio in West London, he records, produces and mixes for multiple bands, working with artists such as Wolf Alice and Charlie XCX.

If you want to hear more from the guys they have a show coming up on June 10th at the Underbelly, Hoxton: http://www.hotvox.co.uk/events/all-noise-plus-support

Links

Website -   http://allthisnoise.co.uk/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AllThisNoisemusic

Twitter: https://twitter.com/allthsnoise

Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/allthisnoise

Videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC17KrcJyaSBOLHBIfaX2A1w

Wednesday
Jun032015

Mastodon and Johnny Wore Black on this week's Game of Thrones...Did you spot them?

Johnny Wore Black, is the musical project of an A-list stunt performer who's appeared in the likes of The Fast and The Furious to Star Wars, from Harry Potter to X-Men to name a few. Now, if you caught Game of Thrones this week, you would've seen him as one of the Wildings along with Mastodon!

JWB has been working with David Ellefson of Megadeth and Grammy Award Winner David Bottrill (Stone Sour, Tool) who helped on the production side of things.

In the words of David Ellefson himself:

“Johnny Wore Black has a very unique sound that I like and as an artist creating a unique sound is one of the hardest things to do, you either have it or you don’t and to me Johnny Wore Black definitely has it.”

Latest video 'Firefly' was premiered on Loudwire: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zm4QulIw8S8

 

iTunes link for Walking Underwater Pt 2:

https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/walking-underwater-pt.-2/id944919571

 

Links:

www.johnnyworeblack.com

https://www.facebook.com/johnnyworeblack

https://twitter.com/johnnyworeblack