Monday With Whiskey Moon Face, Dakota Jim, The Residents + Theo Bard

Monday With Whiskey Moon Face, Dakota Jim, The Residents + Theo Bard
Monday 1 May 2017

Whiskey Moon Face, Dakota Jim, The Residents + Theo Bard

Doors: 7pm till 11pm
Entry Price: £4 at the door
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Every first Monday of the month at Jamboree we welcome along these beauts to make us dance and smile with a global tapestry of roots music…

“Born into a puddle of whiskey beneath a stark winter moon and raised by cold winds, schooled in the warming spirits and hungry for more, Whiskey Moon face manage a natural, graceful sound built from many ports. The spellbinding voice that haunts Hackney’s back streets, the clarinet that floats through open windows with impossible lyricism, and the double bass that meanders beneath. Always innovating and improvising with stark originality, Louisa Jones’ troupe of underground musicians play with a virtuosity you could never expect. Songs which speak of the unspeakable, with understated humour, captivating storytelling and a transcendent spirituality.

“The result of a thousand drunken nights, countless dreamy days, and years of musical adventuring, Whiskey Moon Face take you on a voyage into a bohemian underworld which you never knew existed.” – (Theo Bard)

Dakota Jim is a performer twisted into the roots of jazz, blues and Americana. His band features Fred Stiltz on double bass.

The Relatives are Hosts of Resonance 104.4 FMs ´The Relatively Good Radio Show’, where they ´Turn everyday London life into Folk Legend´. They also happen to be an ace folk band themselves.

Theo Bard’s expert guitar picking, bold beats and uplifting lyrics combine to make a sound that is both timeless and contemporary, reflecting the diversity of his beloved London. Classically trained from the age of four on violin, Theo has also studied folk singing and guitar, African percussion, electric bass and music production. He’s also the man behind the legendary Woodburner nights that bring together the wealth of talent in London’s acoustic music scene in some of East London’s most beautiful venues.

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