Exposed In Session Live
Oooh-Wee! Have Exposed in Session got a a few juicy slabs of musical meat to throw on the summer barbie this June. So sit back and don those shades whilst we entice your melodic taste buds.
Kicking off proceedings we have… *drumroll please*…
Wild Sons Of Gentlemen
This Sheffield based two piece describe their genre as 'sh*t kicking, country bluegrass', and take their creative influences mainly from whiskey and the Old Testament. What's not to like?
Expect some dark, hillbilly vibes with plenty of fiddle bass. All this is accompanied by some lovely acoustic and seamless. growling vocals. Fill yer boots cowboy!
Samuel James Routledge
Manchester born, acoustic talent Sam Routledge has been catching the eye of many over a relatively short space of time. With a touch of the Paulo Nutini's about him, Sam's soft melodies and flawless vocals have been exhibited on BBC Manchester Introducing and swayed crowds at a number of festivals, including Cloud 9, On The Pond, Dirty Dozen and Weston Park Live.
Sam's musical prowess has taken him to the bright lights of London, and now to the even brighter lights of Sheffield's Division street. One not to be missed.
Alex Quinn & The Man In The Street
This three piece from Holmfirth adeptly combine a range of genres – folk, acoustic roots, blues and rock to generate a hugely enthralling performance. Some impressive live performances and airtime courtesy of BBC Radio Leeds and Bradford Community Radio have seen the bands reputation increase further. Whispers on the grapevine have informed us that the band may be in contact with a production company regarding the use of their music for an upcoming film, but don't wait to hear them at the cinema, get yourselves down the The Forum!
Hosted as always, by Carl Maloney. Entry to this summer feast of live music will cost you precisely nowt. See you rascals there!
The Forum, 127 – 129 Devonshire Street