Thursday, 19 April 2012

Not aA but Songs Of Walter EP launch PARTY this FRIDAY @ Art Of Tea, M20

Not an aA show this but thought we'd post it as it involves many of our friends & associates, including Red Deer Records, Songs For Walter (feat Laurie from Beat The Radar) & Douga (Jonny from PLANK!), all in the refined surroundings of Didsbury's Art Of Tea,this Friday...

More info via Facebook thing...


Red Deer Club presents

Songs For Walter - Meet Me At The Empire EP Launch
Friday 20th April 2012 / 7.30pm - 11pm
at The Art Of Tea, Barlow Moor Rd, Didsbury, Manchester
£5 advance from the venue and Piccadilly Records

We are a small label in Manchester and we put out lovely records. In the process of doing this we like to celebrate the release of such wonders. Join us for an evening of wonderful musical delights.

Songs For Walter will be releasing a very limited hand made CDR EP, which has six songs on it and comes with a collection of photos, there are only 100 copies and you will be able to pick one up at this concert.

Come show some.

/ Featuring live performances from:

Songs For Walter
“Songs that you feel have always been with you and remind you of all your favourite memories…life changing” Jacob Graham – ‘The Drums’

“Laurie Hulme sails along with a great mop of hair that Woody Guthrie would have been proud of” – Folk Radio UK

“He seems to have tapped into that vague feeling of nostalgia that everyone gets from time to time and captured it without overstating it”
Manchester Music

A band based in Manchester, UK. Formed (and early recordings created and written) by multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Johnny Winbolt-Lewis.
The unique atmosphere that early recordings conjour is in part down to their recording – the tracks were laid down amid the eerie acoustics of Salford’s Sacred Trinity Church with producer George Atkins.

TG Elias
"TG Elias has an ability that marks many artists who are listed amongst the greatest who have ever picked up an instrument: he can touch people on a level so personal that words are meaningless and only abstract feeling that is impossible to define resides."
MCR Scene wipe.

"TG Elias is something of a folk genius, combining intercontinental sounds with his own brand of homespun romance."
Manchester Music

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