'Speakeasy' showcase & open mic

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Guest Artists

1 x 3 song set

Charlie Southgate

singer-songwriter

“Charlie Southgate is a singer-songwriter based in London. A relative latecomer to the music scene, he first started to play in 2020 during the lockdown. He credits finding a new passion for guitar, writing, and performing with keeping him sane.

Charlie tries to tell you stories through his music which will make you think and feel. His music draws influence from a wide range of sources including alternative/indie, prog rock, and blues.

His debut EP came out in March and is available on spotify now.”

Kayla Grace

singer-songwriter

Leaving her hometown of Watford, UK to study music at ACM Guildford, 21 year old Kayla Grace has shared the most discombobulated university experience alongside millions of other people in their late teens over the past 18 months.

Since releasing her debut lockdown single ‘Bird in a Cage’, Kayla has since graduated from University and been collaborating with some of the UK’s most talented writers and producers. Now sitting on a body of work that reveals a balance of lighthearted, yet vulnerable sides to Kayla, people are quickly taking notice of her skill for writing relatable and sweet/sour songs that speak to her generation.

Rowlette

singer-songwriter

Rowlette is a London/Dublin based independent female folk-pop singer-songwriter. As a solo performer with an acoustic guitar, she is recognised for her powerful vocals, inspirational lyrics and captivating performances.
“Rowlette’s vocal is strong and instantly evocative, keeping her listener emotionally invested with her storytelling” – (When The Horn Blows)

You’re most likely to catch Rowlette singing about topics such as breaking the mould, friendship, embracing ambition and living in the present. “Musical poetry. Rowlette has an incredible, unique ability to tell a story through her music. Certainly one to watch in the Irish music industry.” – Eoin Beatty (KFM)

Rowlette’s appeal has found her popping up just about everywhere…from radio stations in Ireland to Australia, Spotify Playlists from Pop Right Now to NMF Iceland, RTE 1 and 2 fm to your local Lidl, Hot Press to the cover of Mayo Now, and her song been shared on several of Ireland’s influencers instagrams to the Sopranos’ Joe Gannascoli tweeting her latest track. “Rowlette knows how to make a great song” – (David Dwane)

Rowlette has just released the heart-wrenching track “The house where we used to live”, the first of 6 off of her latest project.

Fabia Anderson

singer-songwriter

Fabia Anderson is an emerging avant-pop singer-songwriter and pianist, described as ‘mixing Regina, Antony, and Tori into something pretty otherworldly’.

A juxtaposition of classical training mixed with passion for progressive-rock and baroque-pop, Fabia’s eclectic musical upbringing formed the groundwork for a unique, distinctive sound with soaring vocals and percussive yet flowing piano. Her debut release is in the works.

Patrick Hinds

guitarist - songwriter

Patrick uses unusual techniques to create multi-part songs on acoustic guitar. He is inspired by guitarists like Andy Mckee, Mike Dawes and Eric Roche. Living in London his whole life, Patrick’s played in venues all over with other artists but has now started focusing on his solo stuff.

Speakeasy

6th July 2022

The Spice of Life

6 Moor St, Soho
London, W1D 5NA

Doors: 19.00

Entry: Free

the acoustic sessions