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Sounds Like: Ethemia
Bio: We are an acoustic duo called ‘Ethemia’ with Michaela Mott and Berny Poulton. Although we have only been together 2 ½ years our experience is extensive and professional. Event organisers have described us as “...one of the hardest working bands on the circuit”.
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Organising band Ethemia say: We are thrilled to bring to Cirencester Barn Theatre World Class Acts who have reached No 1 or the iTunes Charts, performed at Abbey Road d Studios London, Glastonbury Festival 2014, BBC6 Music, Nominated for Best Album and Live Performance by Independent Music Charts to a forthcoming performance at London Jazz Festival 2014!!!! A NIGHT NOT TO BE MISSED!!! As we were unable to host The Acoustic Festival Of Original Music this Summer we have decided to bring you World Class Musicians from London & Wales to perform in Cirencester fo one night only! Entry by Donation: For Michaela's Niece Maisie aged 16 who is currenlty battling cancer. THE LINE UP: GEORGE MONTAGUE - George performed at the International Independent Charts Download Music Awards ceremony where he was nominated for three awards including Best Album and Best Live Performance. You get the privilege to see him perform here before he plays a full week at London Jazz Festival 2014. “People who have used the phrase ‘tearing the place apart’ haven't heard George Montague who has redefined the term at Wychwood.” Stephen Morris BBC News www.georgemontague.com/ THE PORTRAITS - The Portraits are based on London. The husband and wife alternative folk duo Jeremy & Lorraine Millington, from Bristol and Galway respectively, have performed at Glastonbury Festival 2014 and have also been played & featured on BBC 6 Music. Tom Robinson BBC6 Music "“A line in ‘Validation’ states “Success is everywhere except here” but here’s hoping they’ll have to change that line sooner rather than later.” Rock N Reel Magazine:"A melody-rich sound, counterpointed so effectively by percussion and harmonies" https://www.facebook.com/theportraitsmusic JAZZ MORLEY - BBC Introducing support first came to Jazz when she was invited to take part in the BBC Introducing Musicians Masterclass at Abbey Road Studios. When Jazz wrote a song for her brother who served in Afghanistan, BBC3 invited her to contribute to the extraordinarily moving documentary ‘Our War’.A nationwide 44-date tour followed in support of her debut single ‘Stories’ produced by Kipper (Grammy and Emmy Award winner) and engineered by Cameron Craig (double Grammy and Brit Award winner) with an orchestrated arrangement of ‘In the Bleak Midwinter’ released as a Christmas single. “She produces rich, powerful, emotive tunes that hush the atmosphere ‘til everyone’s too scared to breathe in case it breaks the spell.” - Huffington Post https://www.facebook.com/jazzmorley THE BLIMS - The band The Blims reached number one in the iTunes Rock chart with Sidesteps and Sideburns and have notched up thousands of hits on You Tube with their video featuring local characters. The Blims are an outstanding folk rock band with a wealth of original, quirky and catchy songs about real life experiences in Wales and travel overseas.Their warm vibe transforms live shows into parties, and crowds into friends. A must see act for anyone seeking fresh, feel good music that’s that little bit different. The Blims performed to thousands at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium for the Rugby Grand Slam but you get to see them here in Cirencester! https://www.facebook.com/theblims ETHEMIA - ‘Ethemia’ is an acoustic duo with Michaela Mott and Berny Poulton.Since their formation they have performed over 350 gigs, appeared on over 40 radio stations. Ethemia were nominated by BBC Introducing to attend BBC Musicians Masterclass 2013. Their music is likened to ‘Fleetwood Mac’, ‘The Beautiful South’ and their chemistry to ‘The Civil Wars’. As well as performing intimate, larger venues including The Union Chapel & The Natural History Museum London and festivals new and established, Ethemia put ‘real heart’ into music. “Fantastic music… amazing, so beautiful …it’s quite hypnotic watching you both. You are fabulous! The whole studio is lost for words, I'm completely overwhelmed. Would you please come back on my show? I would love that!” ~ Gaby Roslin BBC Radio London. AN EVENING OF LIVE MUSIC NOT TO BE MISSED!!! See you there :-) xxxx