Kate Bush

Kate Bush: A Celebration
When
Friday, 28 July, 2017
8:00pm - Over 18's
Where
1 Holland Road
Hove, East Sussex, UK BN3 1JF
Other Info


Kate Bush: A Celebration

Brighton's best musical acts come together to pay tribute to the amazing music of Kate Bush in an multi media evening of Kate filled entertainment.

£7/£5adv




Featuring performances by......

Paul Diello



Award winning singer/songwriter Paul Diello has released two solo albums, toured across the UK, Europe and America and has supported artists such as Texas, Jarvis Cocker and Nick Harper. He won best solo artist at Brighton Music Awards 2010 and has just completed a run of three sold out, 5 star reviewed shows for Brighton Fringe Festival as well as receiving a nomination for the LGBT Fringe Award. Paul has performed at many festivals across the UK and America in 2015 he opened the show on the main stage at Brighton Pride Festival.

www.pauldiello.com
www.facebook.com/pauldiellomusic

Mishkin Fitzgerald



Mishkin Fitzgerald is best known for her role as lead singer and pianist in the British 'orchestral punk-rock' band, Birdeatsbaby. However, as a solo performer she plays darkly tinged pianos ballads and melancholic alt-pop tunes.

Daughter of a church minister and a maths teacher, the young singer was influenced heavily by classical piano music and opera, and then later alternative artists such as Nick Cave, Patti Smith and Kate Bush. She has created a sound that is distinctive, fragile and unapologetic.

www.mishkinfitzgerald.bandcamp.com
www.birdeatsbaby.co.uk

Oli Spleen



Oli's former band The Flesh Happening were banned from several Brighton venues for their aberrent behaviour (you'll have to ask him yourself!) but his current band, Pink Narcissus, have swapped the confrontational stance and bare-bones garage rock for a diverse form of punk metal, albeit with agonisingly confessional lyrics. Tonight sees Oli singing solo with piano accompaniment from Mishkin Fitzgerald.

www.facebook.com/PinkNarcissus
www.facebook.com/olispleen

Iris & The Wolves



Classically trained chanteuse Fiona Wallace started out as an opera singer before putting together indie/alternative/melodic pop act Iris and the Wolves in the early 2000's. The band became a prominent feature in the Brighton music scene and began work on a debut album but disbanded in 2011. Since then Fiona has been focusing on motherhood and fronting the successful five-piece covers act The Double Zeros. Tonight sees the return of Iris and the Wolves on stage for the first time since 2011.

www.soundcloud.com/fionawallacecarville
www.facebook.com/thedoublezeros

Anna Searight



With a distinctive voice and an emotive guitar style, Anna Searight approaches singer-songwriting in a fresh and unique way. Combining classic songwriting with a haunting voice, her hypnotic melodies reflect influences of artists such as Tracy Chapman, Elliott Smith and Thom Yorke.

www.annasearight.com
www.facebook.com/annasearightmusic

Birte Paulsen



Inspired by Folk, Chanson, Americana and Scandinavian eccentricity, Birte Paulsen delivers dark Indie Folk with a sigh of Nordic melancholy. Her debut album “Borrowed Time”, has brought together some of the UK’s finest musicians and has been praised as “A rare sort of success, and superbly intriguing – if Portishead took a foray into folk music”.

www.birtepaulsen.com
www.facebook.com/birtepaulsenmusic

Nick Hudson



Nick Hudson is a composer/musician/artist based in the UK and founder member of The Academy Of Sun, a democratic unit sinuously augmenting Nick's compositions in the form of a queer, gnostic, post-punk orchestral militia. The Academy Of Sun are currently manifesting a colossal piece of work in the form of an album called Codex Novena.

www.nickhudsonindustries.bandcamp.com
www.facebook.com/TheAcademyOfSun

Emma Madden



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