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13 Crowes + LOVEBITES & Mick Hargan


The Fiddler's Elbow

1 Malden Rd. NW5 3HS London

Gig Description

                13 Crowes +  LOVEBITES & Mick Hargan at The Fiddler's Elbow promotional image

13 Crowes are coming to Fiddlers Elbow, London on Monday 17th February as part of their Solway Star Tour.
13 Crowes

Working Class Rock n' Roll hailing from South West Scotland. Angry, Heartfelt, No frills straight up Rock n Roll complete with subtle digs to the system, somewhere not every artist dares to go these days. 13 Crowes sing for the 9 to 5ers that have been left behind. Although influences such as Bruce Springsteen and The Gaslight Anthem are there in plain sight it is clear that 13 Crowes’ biggest influences are who they are, the generations of factory workers they come from and the places and people around them.


LOVEBREAKERS (Formerley LOVEBITES until Dec 19) is a British, alternative rock & roll band formed in March 2017 by friends Jack, Christian, Marcus & David in Sabbath City / Birmingham, England. The band takes influence and inspiration from bands of yesteryear, such as The Police, The Replacements, The Who & The Rolling Stones. Their debut EP 'Social Hell' was released in July 2018 through their own label, 'Sabbath City Records'. The band have recorded their debut full length & follow up to Social Hell in Los Angeles in 2019.

Mick Hargan

With his raspy voice and soulful lyrics, Glaswegian singer songwriter, Mick Hargan will have you mesmerized during his live performance. No two shows are ever the same as his talent stands out, whether he plays a solo show with his loop pedal, a full band, or even a string quartet. He has a unique gift, and can turn an original 3 minute song into a 15 minute improvisation bringing the audience to their feet cheering and singing along. Drawing on inspiration from artists and bands like The Gaslight Anthem, Pearl Jam, Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen Johnny Cash and The Frames, Hargan's charismatic lure really takes a hold of his audience during his live shows.

Tickets -

£5.00 Adv / £7.00 Door

Source: The Fiddler's Elbow website