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Virtually Acoustic

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OPEN MIC
The Library
235 Upper Street, Islington, London, N1 1RU

Every Monday

Sign up from 7pm, FREE Entry. No advance booking. Close to Highbury & Islington Tube Station. This is a plugged in open mic in a function room above the pub. It's a quiet room, people listen. PA, Mics, DI Boxes and leads provided. I'm afraid there is no piano available and we do not allow backing tracks.


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SHOWCASE NIGHTS
The Library
235 Upper Street, Islington, London, N1 1RU

Tuesday Dec 6th 2016
Doors: 7:30pm - FREE Entry
(Stage times are approximate.)

Louis Dunford Louis Dunford - 9:45pm
Louis Dunford is a Londoner who draws upon his personal experiences to write songs that are sometimes funny and sometimes tragic but always sharp and honest. His performance is edgy but endearing. Deep but unpretentious. An effortless talent that just keeps giving.
Jessica Pruneau Jessica Pruneau - 9pm
Jessica Pruneau is a French Canadian country-folk singer-songwriter. Currently based out of London, her North American country roots and her journeys around the world have shaped her unique and fresh folk-traveller style. She has a natural and very personal way to introduce and perform her songs with sensitivity, sincerity and humour.
Stockmuncha Stockmuncha - 8:15pm
Stockmuncha is a solo bloke, one man... one guitar... wonder what he's on! (the stage... performing some songs). Blending alt. rock, punk-rock, folk-rock, indie-rock, pop-rock and rock-rock, he'll deliver his real-life stories and fantasy-fiction haphazardly and with a reckless abandon, for your pleasure. Part-comedy, part-pathos and part-horror: come laugh, come cry, come drink nightmare fuel right from the nozzle!

Tuesday Dec 13th 2016
Doors: 7:30pm - FREE Entry
(Stage times are approximate.)

Liz Cotton Liz Cotton - 9:45pm
Liz Cotton started her career as songwriter for the comedy sketch club TBA in Notting Hill Gate then moved to India where she formed Wotshelike , a moderately successful band specialising in rude songs with pretty melodies. Now living in Cambridge she has embarked on a solo career with new material that isn't any more mature than the old stuff.
Nashville Phil Nashville Phil - 9pm
Born and raised in Oklahoma, Nashville Phil pours an itinerate life into a repertoire of outstanding and evocative material. This is roots country songwriting of the highest calibre, detailing against a stripped down backbeat the moral dilemmas and emotional compromises of a travelling man. Both poignant and wickedly funny.
Adam's Armada Adam's Armada - 8:15pm
Sometimes serious, sometimes silly, sometimes both within one song, Adam writes challenging folk-pop for the doomed romantics of these times. He presents a soulful underdog favouring bright melodies, playful use of language and jangly guitar that could relate to The Smiths or Suzanne Vega, but ultimately sounds like a Londoner being himself.