Past Events

Saturday 19th November

A) The Event

B) The Bands

Joe Corbin

On any given night, one might find Joe Corbin playing a London venue, armed with a beaten up Fender Stratocaster, stomping on the stage with a boot-clad foot, singing the blues of yesterday and today. 

Those who have seen him play tend to remember him and slowly but surely Corbin has begun to make his mark in the London Blues scene. Another part of the London community might be more used to seeing him working as a Butcher by day in a small, south London family Butcher’s shop. 

He has been a working musician since the age of 16, played every venue from Camden Roundhouse to The 100 Club and even played guitar for Tom Jones. Yet it songwriting seems to be his main passion. Combining influences from John Martyn to Marvin Gaye, Corbin and his trio’s own brand of soul tinged blues is refreshing to say the least.


Sterling Press

Sterling Press  are an alternative four-piece from Hanwell, now based in Liverpool. Having played under different guises for as long as memory serves, the band is comprised of Ed Higgins (guitar, vocals), Greg Smith (guitar, vocals), Marlon Reynier (bass, vocals) and Lucien Ismael (drums). Built on the foundations of a classic rock band, Sterling Press are dynamic in their musicianship and thrive in experimentation. Drawing on other influences from punk, ska and techno music, the lads produce horn-fuelled indie classics that you won’t forget in a hurry.



The Molotovs

BritPop/Post-Punk/Rock&Roll trio The Molotovs have fast gained a reputation on the London and UK gig circuit for their explosive performances that leave nothing in the dressing room. Cool, iconic covers from the 60's to present day merge effortlessly with sharp, catchy originals delivered with punch. Songwriter and guitarist Mathew swaggers on stage with antics reminiscent of Wilko-meets-Weller whilst bassist Issey Carts bops and struts in pure rock-chick style. Drummer Ice energetically drives the drums home with a ferocity Moon would smile down on. The Molotovs are arguably the most hardworking teenage band currently on the scene and not to be missed on their way to the top.



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