There are loads of brilliant reasons to be coming along to our next gig at the DDR of RnB at the Half Moon in Putney on the 27th of October …
- We’ll be playing with the hugely talented Andy Lewis and his band of luminaries.
- We’ll also be joined by rebel rousers Country Dirt, lead by the inimitable Marianne Hyatt.
- We’ll be joined onstage by a roof-blowing all-woman three-piece horn section, known as BRASS KAPITAL!
Not heard of Brass Kapital? Unsurprising. These brassy female comrades are new to the world of Socialist RnB, having learned to play their instruments from scratch, bound by their collective conscience to help the Revolution. Practising day and night, breaking only to sleep an hour at a time, and to drink more vodka, the trio have reached a harmonious synchronicity seldom seen in the Western world, and a visceral heft only ever seen on the left.
They rock. Here’s the line up:
Originally from Bedford, Emma enjoys reading, writing, and leading zombie apocalypses (and revolutions) through the medium of sax.
South-Londoner Mel is an administrative worker by day, and by night fights against mediocre music (and capitalism) with her mighty trumpet.
Lucy – Trombone
A mysterious female tromboner from North London, legend has it that she only ever leaves the house after dark, in order to secure further vodka supplies for the collective.
Don’t miss out on the debut of these brassy revolutionaries. Register your attendance here! >> https://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=236108546424637