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Label: Ramshackle Music
Manager: Kate Greenslade
You could say The Cherry Brakewells were born in the wrong place at the wrong time.
The girl rock trio from London would probably have been more at home in Memphis or Louisiana circa 1966 as their influences are based firmly in the late sixties and early seventies with bands like the Jimi Hendrix... See Full Bio
Therapy Sessions…..LIVE is the brainchild of Artcha: artist and co-founder of Three Musketeer Entertainment (3Me) and business partner Kevin. Artcha is no newcomer to this industry as he hails from the same music "crew" that brought the likes of Sway and Pyrelli to the U.K. music industry. Artcha currently is working on his second album, working title, due for release early 2010. "The album is shaping up to be a monster; groundbreaking even. So far, we have Kele Le Roc, Chrome and Lei featured on the album." Having been in the industry for some time, Artcha now feels it's long overdue for more UK talent to be recognised and have that much needed exposure they so deserve. Previous Therapy Sessions…LIVE has hosted such talent as Roses Gabor: who was a featured vocalist on Gorillaz: Demon Days album, with her new formed band Wide Awake Nation, Sean Taylor, hotly tipped for huge future success having completed various festivals: three stages at Glastonbury, Blue Balls in Lucerne, Tolpuddle Martyrs, Tenby Blues and Broadstairs Folk Weekto to name just a few. September 23rd sees Therapy Sessions…..LIVE, returning for the third time to the world-famous, Proud galleries, Camden to host the "Rock JAM edition". Music on the night will be provided by: Cherry Brakewells The Metro, Feb 09 "Tracks such as the gritty hip hop stomp of Tood N' Ely and the scorchingly sultry blues of 7th Sun really are exceedingly good." Neil Mach, Weblog, Feb 09 "The Cherry Brakewells put on a slinky super-sexy show with plenty of guts and gristle. Soulful highs and fuzzy lows create drama and add smoky depth to their theatre of sound." The Guardian, Mar 09 "A funky heavy rock trio who strut like Led Zeppelin and swagger like Cream." £5 Guys £4 Girls
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