RSartists: Acoustic Showcase

Friday 23rd March
The Library Club

TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE

We are delighted to be hosting yet another evening of acoustic based acts, showcasing some of the talented artists on our roster.
The evening is brought to you in association with The Library, a private members club based near Trafalgar Square.

Line up is as follows:
Riyaad – Riyaad is a South African born singer-songwriter and medical doctor who has lived and worked in the UK for over a decade now. His childhood musical passion, ignited at an early age, was later shaped by the incredible dynamism, soulful rhythms and ageless sensitivity of artists such as George Michael, Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston. More recent inspirations, expressed in the enigmatic edge to his music, are derived from the likes of Ed Sheeran, James Bay and Rihanna. Riyaad released his most recent single ‘Find a Way’ through Regent Street Artists, which you can listen to here.

Magda-Marie – Magda-Marie has been writing songs and poems for some time now. The first serious piece of songwriting she did was in 1982, when she wrote two songs for her own wedding ceremony. However only recently has she had the opportunity to record and release her first single. Having decided to be brave, as nothing ventured is nothing gained, and prompted by her producer, she has taken the plunge.
Magda released her most recent single ‘Falling’ through Regent Street Artists, which you can listen to here.

Jamie Dance – Jamie Dance has been singing since he was 5 years old and writing songs since the tender age of seven, with a fondness for slow love songs that come from the heart and soul. Being new to the music world, he hopes to develop and make songs that people will love for years to come. His influences include Michael Jackson, Madonna, Kylie Minogue, Celine Dion, Michael Bublé and more recently, Jess Glynn and Clean Bandit.
Jamie releases his new single ‘Lullaby’ through Regent Street Artists, which you can listen to here.

Michael Swords – Self taught guitarist and songwriter Michael Swords left school at the age of fifteen and is dyslexic but if there is a subject he enjoys doing such as writing and music, words come to him easily. Influenced by the like of Bob Dylan, Noel Gallagher, and Tracy Chapman, Michael bases most of his writing on his life experiences and what’s going on in the world nowadays.
Michael released his most recent single through Regent Street Artists, which you can listen to here.

Kira Self – Kira Self is a singer-songwriter living in London. She joined her local theatre group when she was 10 and was involved in plenty of musicals and workshops with them which grew her love for the stage and performing. She also loves songwriting. She developed a passion for writing at a young age; poetry allowed her to express what I was feeling in a way that a few sentences couldn’t.

Wil Williamson

Kirstie Kavanagh

RSartists: Acoustic Showcase

Friday 29th September 2017
The Library Club

   

   

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We are delighted to be hosting an evening of acoustic based acts, showcasing some of the talented artists on our roster.
The evening is brought to you in association with The Library, a private members club based near Trafalgar Square.

Line up is as follows:

Bethany Janette – Scottish born Bethany moved to Asia at the age of 12 where she started getting involved in music. Here, with friends she discovered her love of songwriting and also learnt to play the ukelele. At aged 16 she toured with the school choir and began writing her own material.
Having recently graduated from University she is now committing more time to persuing her passion.
Bethany recently released her debut ‘I Miss You’ through RS Artists, you can listen to the track here:
https://open.spotify.com/track/17I46Cr9PpzABvqypHhUUM

Olay Fay – African born Irish singer Olay is a soulful artist inspired by Motown and the likes of Tracy Chapman. Having gained support from radio stations such as BBC Merseyside and FUBAR radio Olay dedicates his free time to writing and recording music in order to improve his vocals and express himself creatively.
Olay released his most recent track ‘Fire’ through RS Artists and you can listen to it here:
https://open.spotify.com/track/3ZCdncN0gWJF3SpB31Q0V3

Eddie Monroe – Eddie is a singer songwriter from London. Having been brought up listening to classic rock bands from the 70’s and 80’s he started singing as a way to express himself.
Eddie’s cites Freddie Mercury as his biggest influence saying that he ‘kept him company during his darkest days’
Eddie’s most recent track ‘Proud to Love’ was released through RS Artists and you can listen to it here:
https://open.spotify.com/track/71D7YtWBSh3W5GObRmW8wV

Isaac K – A self described sentient being, Isaac claims that music for him is ‘like the first light cuppa he needs to kick start the next cycle’.
As an artist Isaac says he is “researching the human condition on record. The endless yawn and the parties”
An ambitious, young songwriter Isaac’s latest release ‘Sentient’ can be found here:
https://soundcloud.com/isaac-k-music/sets/sentient-ep

Jessica White – Jessica has been making a name for herself in pubs, clubs and hotels around the Isle of Wight and Southern England since the age of 14. She is influenced such as: Adele, Amy Winehouse and Beyonce as well as notable Jazz artists such as Nina Simone and Etta James. Her debut songs, released through RS Artists are inspired by the ups and downs of relationships. Her most recent release ‘Reflections’ can be found here:
https://open.spotify.com/track/2aQyMVSm3K4oR7qA9h3jZy

Olivia Ter Berg – Currently studying a degree in Music at the University of York, but originally from East london; Olivia is a 21 year old clasically trained Harpist singer songwriter. Her first introduction to the harp came at the age of 8, from there she recieved lessons from the Guildhall school of arts.
Her first release ‘Let Me In’ has garnered support from BBC Introducing, and has been played nationally across 40 UK local radio stations.
Her most recent release ‘Let Me In’ can be found here:
https://open.spotify.com/track/1Dr5fk2lUiKs6ptru3vdOD