Get together on July 5th for a night of good blues, Jazz, Gypsy and funky harmonica! The kind of music that will make you shake your money maker all night long...
Programme: Greg Miller Harmonica, and band Hannah Clive (singer/songwriter) Support by Teo Treska and Joseph Miller from Black Train
Roadtrip & The Workshop 243 Old Street EC1V 9EY
Doors open at 7:30pm. Show starts at 8, till late.
Tickets: £8 advance on www.kweekweek.com, £10 OTD
Greg Miller is a French London-based harmonica player and vocalist, who is no newcomer to the blues scene. After moving to London and founding the London Harmonica School in 2010, he has played in many well recognised institutions such as Ain't Nothin' But - Blues Bar (Official), The Blues Kitchen - Camden etc, and participated in numerous competitions, earning him the title of 'Blues Harmonica Player of the year' in 2010 and Jazz harmonica world Champion in 2013. http://www.gregmiller-harmonica.com/ https://soundcloud.com/greg-miller-harmonica/new-orleans
Hannah Clive was introduced to music from an early age, and after some rough experiences, established herself as a serious vocalist and songwriter. Her songs are observational and often personal, exposing vulnerability edged with emotion, always readily shared with her audience. Influenced by songwriters such as Carole King, Kate Bush and Adele, she weaves a web of truth with alluring lyrics and soulful vocals. http://www.hannahclive.com/ https://soundcloud.com/hannahclive/knowledge-junkie-mp3
Black Train started casually many years ago when Joseph Miller and Teo Treska met in college and decided to work together, following a fusion in musical taste. The duo quickly blossomed into a full band and Black Train has now established itself in the blues scene. https://soundcloud.com/blacktrain/train-train