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Sounds Like: Laura Marling, KT Tunstall, Alanis Morissette
Bio: Dawn Coulshed is a young singer-songwriter from the north of Scotland. Dawn studied Classical music at Edinburgh Napier University where she also took lessons in Jazz improvisation as well as performing contemporary music. This range of styles including the traditional music of her home in the Hi... See Full BioMore Info
The Sunday Social Dawn Coulshed - 3pm
Emma Ballantine Band + The Neverists + Dawn Coulshed + more TBA Peace In The City presents a night of pop, jazz and folk acoustics with live music from 8 til 11pm and a free jukebox after until 2am. Emma Ballantine Band http://www.emmaballantine.com/ Songwriter Emma Ballantine brings her whimsical mixture of jazz and folk to The Good Ship for the first time, with stories of flying machines and hoarded champagne corks, epiphanies by broken down cars and ill-fated affairs with jazz rogues. The Neverists https://www.facebook.com/TheNeverists The Neverists are a four piece Rock N Roll/Folk band from Hertfordshire, influenced by The Doors, The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, and Johnny Cash. They are currently recording their debut album for release in May 2014 Dawn Coulshed https://www.facebook.com/pages/Dawn-Coulshed/155274314548910 Influenced by the traditional music of her Scottish roots and her Classical studies as a pianist Dawn Coulshed is an acoustic singer-songwriter currently establishing herself within London’s folk-pop music scene. + more TBA Doors 7.30pm. £5 Entry The Good Ship, 289 Kilburn High Road, London NW6 7JR 07949 008253 Sandwiched in between and 30 seconds from The Luminaire and The Tricycle. 1 minute from Brondesbury train station. (North London line) 5 minutes from Kilburn tube station. (Jubilee)
After the success of the One Night Festival of Jazz, Katet are back with a three day festival of music, poetry, art and literature at the Counting House. It runs from 11 in the morning to 1 at night on the 14th, 15th and 16th of June. We're planning on having all sorts of stuff for you to enjoy - from poetry slams to open mics to funk bands and plenty besides. Come over to the Counting House and kick the festival season off with some booze and fine Edinburgh culture. Open - 11am to 1am on the 14th, 15th and 16th June Entry: £4/£5 for a day ticket £10 for a 3-day ticket In the mornings and early afternoons we're hoping to get some fantastic poetry on the go for you and we're also holding an arts market - so if you have a zine, some books or anything arty and fun to sell then come along and feel free! In the quieter slots, we'd love to have people rocking up, doing some open mic or just having a jam. And here's the music we've got for you! Son of Six Mike Mawdsley Alasdair Kampf Findlay MacCartney Will Kemp Dawn Coulshed Bleys Dunlop Omega Corridor The Victorian Trout Conspiracy Sam MacAdam Rhys Kirkman The Drunken Blues Duo Dollhouse Dawn Coulshed Ded Rabbit Rosie Brown Andrew Mill and the Stolen Pirates The Hired Guns Robert Loughney and much more to follow. There are still a couple of slots left if you're interested in playing, reading some poetry, selling your zine or essentially anything you fancy - get in touch with me on Facebook and we can find you a space. Come down, grab a delicious beverage and enjoy the start of the summer.