The Round Chapel Halloween All Day Music Festival
The Round Chapel, 1D Glenarm Road, London, London, E5 0LY
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Halloween All Day Music Festiavl
Sunday 31st October, noon - 11pm
The Round Chapel, 1d Glenarm Road, E5 0NP
13:00 The Rigmarollers
14:00 Katy Carr
15:00 The Cash Cows
16:00 The Vanguards
17:15 Theo Bard
18:30 Abdoulaye Samb Band
19:45 True Strays
21:00 Sister Cookie
22:00 Fire in the Mountain Soundsystem
Fully Stocked Bar / Food Served All Day / Coffee Served All Day
Ed Hopwood, Julian Marshall and Ewan Penkey play ragtime, jug band, blues, vintage jazz, and old time fiddle tunes. therigmarollers.bandcamp.com/album/mr-crump-dont-like-it
British singer, songwriter, performer & aviator with Polish roots
The Cash Cows @thecashcows
The Cash Cows are International Musicians & charming, debonair gents Brendan Rowley & Robbie Humphries. From humble beginnings busking on the streets of Newcastle 16 years ago, they have since played thousands of gigs at weird, wonderful and fascinating places across the UK and The World.
The Vanguards @thevanguardsbluegrass
Original and traditional bluegrass music from the Deep South (of London)
Theo Bard @theobard
Inspired songwriter and live music obsessive. Man and guitar in unison.
Abdoulaye Samb's Minnjiaraby @officialabdoulayesamb
Minnjiaraby is a band founded in 2001 by Abdulaye Samb, guitarist singer composer from Senegal. His original music is inspired by Fula and Mandinka cultures among many others. The name of the band means "The love of mixing", which expresses the richness of senegalese traditions and ethnies, the beauty in them getting together, as well as an open-minded approach to all cultures and people and bridging and promoting them. The music has grown from Abdulaye's travels, collaborations and researches in Africa and Europe. He is now based in London where he's working on his first album.
The True Strays @true_strays
Americana Roots Rock n Roll from Bristol.
Sister Cookie @sistercookie
What the world needs right now is the dynamite sound of Sister Cookie and a big dose of her funk-soul-blues medicine!
From London via Lagos, this charismatic chanteuse and her band will take you on an eclectic excursion into the roots & fruits of black music. Old sounds, new tricks. Sensuous, seductive and moody.
As well as possessing a distinctive voice that's tender and sweet when it needs to be, she is a composer and self-taught pianist who writes honest and raw songs about pain, heartbreak, suffering - all that bad (meaning-good) stuff
A mainstay on the vintage Soul & R'n'R circuit since 2013, playing at Latitude, Red Rooster, Port Elliot and touring across Europe with her band, the last 18 months have seen her pick up plays from Craig Charles at 6Music, Resonance, Jazz FM, appear in the '50 Women in Blues' book in 2019 and host her own regular Boogalloo Radio show.
Having performed at some of the UK's most esteemed venues including the 100 Club and Union Chapel, Green Note she has also enjoyed a number of stints as a guest vocalist with The Soulful Orchestra, Jim Jones & The Righteous Mind, Future Shape Of Sound & MFC Chicken.