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Carousel with special guest Harry Marshall

  • Green Note 106 Parkway London, England, NW1 7AN United Kingdom (map)
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Advance tickets just £11

Winners of LCM favourite new band in 2017 and LCM 'EP of the Year'

Carousel’s highly anticipated debut EP was released on 22nd September 2017. The 4-piece Indie-Americana music collective are based in Southend-on-Sea on the coast of Essex, UK. Carousel fuse Americana, country, folk, rock’n’roll, blues and roots music into their own unique approach whilst taking full advantage of having 4 accomplished vocalists at their disposal. The band’s influences include an array of artists from Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash to the modern day Americana stylings of Brandi Carlile and The Lone Bellow. The band’s aim is to breathe new life into music venues and street-level performances around the UK, with a view to remove the barrier between artist and audience.

Carousel was founded in the summer of 2015, following the decision that four good friends and solo musicians would come together, with the ideology that they are better together than they are apart. Music is as much a part of one band member as the next and it is something that is a constant staple in each of their lives. Sharing a musical vision that is encompassed by friendship and honesty, Carousel present a fresh take on passionate and heartfelt music. Their songs are both uplifting and sombre. Wistful yet forward-looking.

Two years in the making, Carousel have finally released their debut EP, which includes five of their most energising and emotive songs. They performed on a number of festival bills in summer 2017; most notably Leigh Folk Festival, Live Expressions Festival, Daxtonbury Festival and are becoming increasingly sought after within the UK’s live music scene.

Carousel are:

  • Thomas Eatherton – Vocals, Electric Guitar
  • Chris Hobart – Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Bass
  • Sarah Holburn – Vocals, Mandolin, Harmonium
  • Toby Shaer – Fiddle, Cittern, Harmonium

Our special guest on the night is Harry Marshall. Harry released his debut single Epilogue on the 26th of February through The A & R Department and records, sparking thousands of streams and downloads in the United States, France, and the UK. Epilogue charted internationally and peaked at number #19 on the Indie Music iTunes chart. Gaining airplay on Triple J Australia's largest independent radio station, as well as other independent and college radio stations nationwide. Harry is now living and playing in London to further pursue his music internationally.

Harry Marshall began his song writing at an early age, performing his acoustically driven works to local fans in Emerald and around Queensland. Though his songs are melodically catchy, and lyrically enthralling, his highlight is Harry's captivating live performances, with Reviews such as 'Toe-Tapping fun and intimately entrancing for the slower songs... this kid was better than the headliners.'- (The Courier Mail 2014 The Collective concert) There's a Reason why Harry Marshall has opened for such acts as Boy and Bear (2012 Brigalow Beatz), Tina Arena (2013), Reece Mastin (2013) including sharing the stage with one of the worlds biggest touring act today; Mumford and Sons (Riverstage 2015). Playing shows at 16, 17 and 18 that bands that have been playing for 20 years would die for.

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