The Longshots + We Found The Wreck + Zenden Greenpurp + Holistic Approach


The Fiddler's Elbow

1 Malden Rd. NW5 3HS London

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                The Longshots + Greymere + Zenden Greenpurp + Holistic Approach at The Fiddler's Elbow promotional image

Join us for an unforgettable live music event at The Fiddlers Elbow. Immerse yourself in a night of soulful melodies and energetic beats performed by talented local artists. The event starts at 7.30 pm, so gather your friends and come along for a great evening of live music.

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If the Faces spilt Keith Richards pint in a crowded bar, that’s what this band would sound like…with Lou Reed and Bob Dylan holding their coats. Described as having great charismatic energy “The Longshots” have crafted a set of original songs that hark back to the halcyon musical decades of the 60’s and 70’s, with strong blues and blues rock influences. 

Zenden Greenpurp are a heavy psychedelic prog project based in Reading. Their weird and intense music aims to mutate the psyche and liberate the soul from mundanity using walls of synthesisers and pummelling riffs in odd time signatures, along with a contrast of eccentric maniacal vocals and layered harmonies.

Their first two EPs and new single are available on Bandcamp and all major streaming services.

We Found The Wreck

“An acoustic driven energetic rock band from Kent in the UK. We perform original songs generally about dealing with the pressures of everyday life. We are pretty lively though so come catch us at one of our shows to see just what all the fuss is about!”

Holistic Approach

If you love pop-punk but wished your favourite bands would push the boundaries, then look no further. Holistic Approach brings together 5 individuals together too, not only create music like no other, but perform with their own integral style. From melodic riffs to fast solos to unexpected transitions, Holistic Approach are not afraid to experiment musically to create a wide range of sounds that will have you jumping, singing, and hopefully moshing 

Source: The Fiddler's Elbow website

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