Join us for a relaxing evening in The Arc Café, showcasing acoustic music from multiple local up and coming artists.
Hannah Robinson is a singer and songwriter from the south coast of England, whose music blends her distinctive voice and soulful melodies with her nonchalant, percussive guitar style, and lyrics which are rich with imagery.
In 2021, Hannah released two singles, Dig Me Up and The Well, which saw her sound grow with expression and atmosphere, following on from her 2019 EP, Endless Street, and 2020 single, Run on Child. Inspired by the likes of Laura Marling, Sharon van Etten, PJ Harvey, and Jeff Buckley, Robinson has a deep appreciation for lyrics as well as sound, with inspiration coming from a range of sources, including literature and personal experience.
As a studio and live session singer, Robinson sings and plays guitar for John Illsley (founding member of Dire Straits), touring the UK and Europe.
Hannah will be accompanied by members of her band, performing songs from her previous releases, as well as new material set for her record.
“a next level explosion of talent” EARMILK
“Some artists have a voice that can stop you in your tracks. Hannah is one - smoky, full of colour, addressing you from the early hours.” THE MUSICIAN
Rob is a singer/songwriter from the South Coast of England, who has spent most of his adult life travelling and playing in a variety of countries. Always writing music has kept Rob grounded, with songs about his life experiences and the people he meets.
He has enjoyed much success performing on the local music scene around Southampton, Winchester and London - whilst also having been featured on Radio Solent's BBC Introducing. Often being cited for his ability to combine flowing melodies with free spirited lyrics, he records with an 'almost acoustic' sound to add a rustic feel to his thought-provoking song-writing.
Steve Lowis is a Southampton singer-songwriter and event’s organiser. He has been actively involved in the music scene for over 20 years. Steve’s songs and lyrics are influenced by his love of folk, rock and alternative country musicians like Iron and Wine, Neil Young and Paul Simon. He released his first full length album Chapters in 2017 and is working on a new EP in 2022.
Date: Friday 3 June, 7:30pm
Tickets: £7 advance / £10 on the door