Burr Island

Gathering praise from music giants Robert Plant, Paul Weller & Pete Townshend, Burr Island are quickly cementing their position as a rising force in the industry. After recording at Kundalini Studios in Devon with Steve Cradock (Ocean Colour Scene, The Specials), their first four singles garnered National Radio support from BBC 6 Music, BBC Radio 2, BBC Introducing & Radio X. 

The duo, comprised of best friends Tom England & Oskar Porter Brentford, take their inspiration from the works of Lennon/McCartney, Paul Simon, Crosby Stills & Nash, Nick Drake, The Beach Boys and Cat Stevens as well as modern artists - Fleet Foxes, Big Thief and Flyte. Recent live shows include UK Tours supporting Ocean Colour Scene and Tunde (Voice of Lighthouse Family), playing at some iconic venues like Hammersmith Eventim Apollo. They also played to a sold out audience at Union Chapel, supporting Paul Weller as well as two sell out London headline shows. 

A special weave of voice and harmony

Robert Plant (Led Zeppelin) 

Shades of Simon & Garfunkel

 Mark Radcliffe (BBC Radio 2) 

Sounding so beautiful but scathing, lyrically. What a combination.

John Kennedy (Radio X) 

 

Million Pebble Beach is the nom de guerre of Portsmouth's singer-songwriter and pianist, Claire Baker. Her songs are whimsical, vividly imagined dream-like stories and journeys  - "Grimm's Fairytales on piano" Her performances are lively, dreamy and engaging. Her voice and musical style has been likened to Aldous Harding, Kate Bush, Björk, Regina Spektor, John Grant and Cate Le Bon.​

 

 Lily Kurosawa

Hi! I'm Lily Kurosawa and I write and sing mainly in Japanese, deeply inspired by the beauty of nature and the raw essence of life. I try to touch people's hearts with real emotions and create connections that are difficult to find in our everyday lives.

 

Event: Friday 6 September, 7.30pm
Bar Opens: 6.30pm
Tickets: Free

 

  • Burr Island walking down the street past terraced housing

Dates and times

  1. Fri 6 Sep 2024
    7:30pm
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