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Ruby and the Vines

Ruby and the Vines

Alternative / Rock/Jazz/Afro London, UK  UK
Red Storm
Red Storm
Kept From Our Eyes
Kept From Our Eyes


  • 2013

    Aug 7

    London, UK | 7:00pm
  • 2011

    Jun 21

    London, UK | 8:00pm

    Ahead of their forthcoming Glastonbury appearance, Ruby and the Vines celebrate the launch of their debut Red Storm EP with a special FREE show at AAA @ Archangel, 11-13 Kensington High Street, W8 5NP. All welcome to join the celebration! From 8 pm - 12midnight. Live music of course from Ruby and the Vines with DJ Chief Commander Yaaba on the decks. Only 5 mins away from High St Kensington Tube

  • 2010

    Dec 3

    London, ENG, UK | 8:00pm

    London’s longest running Afrocentric club night, The Shrine, returns to Passing Clouds for a Future Sounds of Africa Session featuring a London exclusive set from Donso (Mali meets Paris: traditional African music meets electronica) supported by London's Ruby and the Vines (Forget Vampire Weekend, this is the nu sound of afro-rock) and the Shrine resident DJs Max Reinhardt and Rita Ray. Expect a wild and slamming night of Afro-b...eats from the past, present and future. Entry: £5 before 11, £8 after *Upstairs now open from 8pm.

  • 2010

    Dec 2

    London, UK | 8:00pm

    Accidental Powercut is a night of music at its purest, with a dream line-up featuring Ruby & the Vines, Arun Ghosh and Aruba Red. There may be some electronica in the mix, but we promise absolutely no amps, no plugs and no microphones, leaving the natural acoustics of the chapel to work its charm. Date & Time: Thursday, 2nd December, 7.30pm Music starts 8.15pm

  • 2010

    Nov 27

    London, UK | 8:00pm

    http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=169157916444559 An evening of beautiful music featuring talented female African artists from the Diaspora. It will be a night of celebration of African women and girl’s rights and the work FORWARD has done over the past 25 years. Featuring: Amira Kheir– Sudanese-Italian singer/songwriter Sona Jobarteh– Gambian Kora player and singer Maryan Mursal– Somali singer/songwriter Christina Oshunniyi– Performance artist Ruby and The Vines - Afro-funk indie band



Bio: Ruby and the Vines fronted by vocalist/bassist Binisa Bonner, fuse influences as diverse as rock, jazz, afro-beat and reggae. The line-up is completed by guitarist Greg Sanders (Rhythms of the City) and drummer Ben Assiter (James Blake’s drummer), who complement Binisa’s soulful vocal delivery an...See Full Bio

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