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Acoustic Revolutionaries has been running for 12 years and showcases live music from 16-25 year olds in the Kirklees area. Cafe Ollo is in the Media Centre Huddersfield a modern intimate venue
Ello will be headlining the Sunday Sessions at Band on the Wall with a 25 minute set of songs from their new Album 'Childlike Innocence'
The Grove is a fabulous pub that has a great reputation for live music.
Ello will be playing songs from their new album as well as promoting their tour in Feb 2013. They've been chosen by BBC Radio Leeds as the sound of 2013!
The Grove Inn is a lovely intimate pub which has a reputation for live music going back many years
Sounds Like: First Aid Kit (SE) OFFICIAL, The Mamas and the Papas, Micheal kiwanuka, Wilson Phillips, Newton Falkner (My Absoloute Legend)
Label: Primary Colours
Manager: Marcia Hutchinson
Bio: Ello are a sister / singer / songwriting duo from Huddersfield who do amazing things with harmonies and haunting melodies acoustic guitar.
Olivia May Hutchinson-Ketter born and Lila Louise Hutchinson-Ketter come from a mega-musical family and have been singing solo for years. They have now pu...See Full Bio
Ellosongs has a show on 2013-02-20 at 20:00 @ Cafe Ollo (Media Cen... in Huddersfield http://www.reverbnation.com/c./poni/178303560 #concert
“ SINGER-SONGWRITING sisters Olivia and Lila Hutchinson – aka Ello – are to hit the airwaves this week. The Fixby girls, 19 and 17, will be playing three songs live on BBC Radio Leeds Introducing at about 8pm on Thursday. Their debut album, Childlike Innocence, was self-released last month and within days of first single BAYB being added to BBC Uploader they were offered a live radio spot. “I absolutely loved the track,” says Darren Williams, producer on BBC Introducing Radio Leeds. “It was a completely refreshing and original tune – it really stood out and I couldn’t believe how young the girls are when I listened to it. They are incredibly talented.” Lila said: “We’ve been performing solo for years and we weren’t sure collaborating would work as our styles are very different; I’m more indie, EMO and Olivia is a jazz singer.” “It’s always interesting,” said Olivia of their songwriting sessions. “We have lots of arguments because neither of us a”