Category Archives: Live

Amelia White – July 2016 UK Tour

Beat Surrender favorite and an artist with a story to tell…….

Sat 2 Easton, Suffolk Maverick Festival
Sun 3 Easton, Suffolk Maverick Festival
Sun 3 Leicester The Musician with Edwina Hayes
Mon 4 Tunbridge Wells The Grey Lady
Wed 6 London What’s Cookin’, Leytonstone Ex-Servicemens Club
Sat 9 Youlgreave, Derbyshire he Bulls Head Hotel
Sun 10 Troutbeck, Cumbria The Mortal Man Cider & Music Festival
Wed 13 Bedford The Curfew Club
Thu 14 Corby The Hut
Fri 15 Whitby The Station Inn
Sat 16 Pocklington,Platform Festival
Sun 17 York, City Screen
Mon 18 Leeds Gaslight Club, Oporto Bar
Thu 21 Edinburgh The Voodoo Rooms
Sun 24 Gateshead SummerTyne Americana Festival

Amelia White / Facebook

Martha – Ice Cream And Sunscreen – Summer Dates

July Tour Dates:
Fri 1st – Manchester – Soup Kitchen
Sat 2nd – Nottingham – Rough Trade
Fri 8 – Leeds – Wharf Chambers
Thurs 14 – Durham – Alington House
Sat 16 – Sunderland – Summer Streets Festival
Sun 17 – Glasgow – Audio
Fri 22 – London – Tuffnell Park Dome (with Trust Fund)
Sat 23 – Bristol – Exchange
September – End of the Road Festival

Hurray for the Riff Raff – UK Dates

Hurray for the Riff Raff will perform a string of UK shows this summer. Led by Alynda Segarra, Hurray For The Riff Raff is a dynamic part of the progressive folk scene. With songs including ‘The Body Electric’ and ‘I Know It’s Wrong (But That’s Alright)’ from their latest LP ‘Small Town Heroes’, the band is speaking out on behalf of women, LGBTQ and civil rights-minded communities. They do this not only with their music, but also with activism campaigns like ‘Women Are Powerful and Dangerous’ that have contributed to the Third Wave Fund and The Radical Monarchs.

A Puerto Rican girl from the Bronx, Segarra has also begun the process of recording a new record with producer Paul Butler (Michael Kiwanuka, Devandra Banhart). “This next album is inspired by city life and all that it takes to survive: not just to eat and breathe but to survive culturally and spiritually,” Segarra explained. “I have been very inspired by the 70’s salsa scene of Fania Records and the Nuyorican poetry scene in the Lower East Side. I am excited about what is ahead and can’t wait to share it.” The album is currently scheduled for release early next year.

Tues 28th June – Cardiff – The Globe
Weds 29th June – Birmingham – The Rainbow
Mon 4th July – Leicester – The Musician
Tues 5th July – Norwich – Arts Centre
Weds 6th July – Leeds – Brudenell Club

Hurray for the Riff Raff / Facebook / Twitter

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