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The Grey Lady Music Lounge, Tuesday 20th June 2017

Headline Act: The Diarys

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The Diarys never went away, always placing bets and moving forwards, changing lanes not direction. We have a band that made a pact many years ago to keep going until the bitter end. Its been a collaboration that enables the music to just fit into the grooves of their day to day living. If walls could talk, London boy & Heart mind and soul has told the story so far. Lets see what the future holds for these old wolves. There is talk of a retreat studio in the hills. They said they were bringing back the sound of the wind howling through the trees.

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Red, Green & Blue

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Red, Green and Blue (Brian McDonald and Megan Ramsay) met at an acoustic open mic night in Merstham, Surrey, in late 2009 and have been working together ever since – although most of the time it doesn't feel too much like work! They particularly enjoy focusing on vocal harmonies as well as occasionally bringing in flute, tin whistle and mandolin alongside their guitars. Covering songs by artists from a wide variety of genres including bluegrass, pop, rock and folk, Red, Green and Blue also write their own original material. Their songs range from tragedies to love stories to social commentary – and more besides. 

Photo credit: Sue Fenton

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Emanuel Fanthome-Hodgson

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 Emanuel is a 16 year-old Guitarist, singer-songwriter from Kent, UK. His acoustic, pop-rock style has influences from a huge variety of artists, from Eric Clapton to Paolo Nutini. He has been taught by Nick Stephens since he was 7 years old. Emanuel combines blues, rock and pop to create a sound that can be appreciated by everyone.

 

 

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Adam Chadbout

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I'm Adam Chabout, and I'm a songwriter. I play guitar and I sing since I was 7 years old. I think, I've always looked to Ed Sheeran's, Birdy songs and Jessie J's songs, because they begun on the underground and now, both are really famous and prime on the music ranking. I never played in front of people yet, but I would love to ! In the future I would like to create my songs with my big brother and why not to be famous and give our French's music rythm to English people. I play pop music just with my guitar and  I like it but I'm an acoustic guy and I hope you'll enjoy it 

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