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INDIE/ROCK Riiver + Angie and the Practical Cats + Saramona + Foz Foz


The Fiddler's Elbow

1 Malden Rd. NW5 3HS London

Gig Description

                INDIE/ROCK Patterns of Ash + Angie and the Practical Cats + Saramona + Foz Foz at The Fiddler's Elbow promotional image

£5 entrance on the door


Busking has always been a worthy way for performers to break through, with a number of huge stars – from Ed Sheeran and Rod Stewart to Joni Mitchell and Sheryl Crow – first making their voices heard on the street. With busking legal in the UK, London’s scene is more vibrant than most, providing a platform for a hotbed of talent to reach a new audience. The 23-year-old German/Guatemalan singer and songwriter Riiver moved to London four years ago and his stripped back blend of R&B and soul, delivered in a raw, acoustic form. Hugely inspired by Prince, Emily King, Hiatus Kaiyote and Tori Kelly, Riiver has become a rising star of the city’s busking circuit and beyond.

Angie and the Practical Cats

Alternative, folk, pop-rock from London.

Angelica Sokol, John Bryer, Louis Sivell, Enmanuel Moreno, Anri Heinonen


A group of friends with varied musical backgrounds all having performed within the local live scene and further afield.

Robert Mantell and Gav Mahay both performing in a previous band which boasted a ferocious funk rock feeling, Tom Fowler laying down badass bass riffs to music you can get down to, Joe Colwell a punchy punk rock priest and Jethro Scott who jumps around a lot and shouts.

The energy each member has brought to the band along with their preferred stylings has created the Audacious Alt-Rock band Saramona.

Their mission?
To make you get down.

Source: The Fiddler's Elbow website