Sound of Songs London - November 2017

Nov 26 2017 19:00 - 22:30

Servant Jazz Quarters, 10A Bradbury Street, N16 8JN London


'Sound of Songs' is about beauty, warmth, words and melody and about allowing the space for the audience and the artist to connect more directly in an intimate and acoustic setting.
Attending a SoS night is an experience not to miss if you love songs that tell a story, and voices that will inspire thought and feeling.
http://www.facebook.com/SoundofSongs
Doors 7pm sharp as we have a 10pm Curfew.

This edition with:

Rosemary & Garlic
http://www.rosemaryandgarlic.com/

You might have heard Rosemary & Garlic while carelessly listening to your favourite Spotify playlists, like The Most Beautiful Songs in the World or Your Favourite Coffee House. The popularity of the Dutch DIY indie-folk band is secretly growing, gaining worldwide attention with their small, poetic songs, each of them filled with a great sense of beauty, nature and image.

Linah Rocio
https://www.linahrocio.com/

Linah, coming over from Switzerland for a short UK solo tour, is a singer-songwriter whose music - a fervid mix of jazz and indie, soul with hints of avant-pop - is passionate and powerful, intimating all manner of behind-scenes torment and drama. Showcased on her compelling new album Warrior Talk, it is beautifully arranged, with instruments ranging from electric guitar, piano and drums to banjo, trumpet, cello and double-bass.

Gitta de Ridder
http://www.gittaderidder.com/

Anglo-Dutch singer and songwriter Gitta de Ridder sings things as they are. The simplicity of her song-writing leaving the space for her heart-filled vocals to purvey the words in their purest form. Inspired by modern folk artists such as Anais Mitchell and Iron & Wine she has been playing and releasing her songs since late 2014 which led to appearances on Dutch national TV and Radio and support from BBC introducing and several local stations in the UK. An engaging lady who has the ability to mesmerise and draw an audience into the magical world of her songs. A world full of feeling, warmth, kindness, honesty, joy and sadness. Her folk­pop songs with beautifully poetic but also conversational lyrics go straight to the heart and are performed on a bed of warm finger-­picked guitar topped by a voice full of character and emotion.

|| ‘Acoustic Magazine UK’ ||

“Feathers is a holistic singer-songwriting performance of the highest order, gentle, simple yet ultimately stunning” || 4* R2 Magazine ||

“In a world where there’s no shortage of fine female singer/songwriters, make no mistake, de Ridder’s up there with the best of them” || ‘Acoustic Magazine UK’ ||

General Admission

GBP 6.50 + GBP 0.75 fee