(Friday 31st March 2017)
The March winds blow everywhere-they make the chimney pots whistle and the trees rustle. They blow around London's effervescent Fitzrovia and up the staircase of The King and Queen, home of scaledown. The March winds enter and blow around our fantastic springtime gust of guests who are in no particular order:
MARK GILFILLAN - With his vocabulary gift, he'll give you a lift ....transcend you to a state of zen. he's been here before and we liked what we saw ....so we've invited him back again. Ladies and gentlemen ....Mark Gilfillan.
ED DOWIE - Ed is the purveyor of beautiful atmospheric music that sparkles. We at scaledown are proud to have him on board again as he promotes his new album The Uncle Sold.
KINGU BEE - Simon King, guitarist is one of the essential figures of our musical eco-system. He comes from the land of the Kenny Process Team / The Windsors / Sounds of the Sun and other incredible places.
SIR MONTAGUE BASSOON - King of the sickness, Sir Monty give scaledown another whirl. Please hold onto your heads.
CROCUTA - Robbie Judkins (Left Hand Cuts Off The Right) and former Billericay Sound Machine member Umia K will present improvisations for metal & rubber, hand raban, zeze, electronics and effects
ROSIE SHY - Rosie tells stories through song. Honest tales from the heart and funny bone. Try out her first album, 'Bursting out of a Bubble'
As ever, it is FREE! Come and hear/see the scaled down performances. DOORS OPEN AT 7.30 PM of the clock for an 8pm start. FIFTEEN MINUTES PER ACT! Come along to:
The King and Queen,
THE ORCHESTRA PIT , the big sister organisation to scaledown, sways in the wind in appreciation of your continued interest