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Jamie Harris

Kens Milk make St Leonards debut

Percussionist, Jamie Harris, bass player, James Davison and tenor saxophonist, Ken Beattie have combined their musical talents to create a unique fusion of music influenced by jazz, world music, funk, free improv and rock and roll in their new band, Kens Milk, writes HOT’s Zelly Restorick.

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Dead Belgian at The Roomz

If there is one performance from the past that I would have liked to have witnessed it would have been Jacques Brel performing ‘Dans Le Port d’Amsterdam’ writes HOT’s John Knowles.

Ladyfest

Ladyfest: a celebration of imperfection

In honour of International Women’s Day on Saturday 8 March, Hastings & St Leonards is to be the home of Ladyfest: a celebration of imperfection, curated by riart Grrrls. From 6-8 March, venues across St Leonards will be hosting a diverse range of performance events in support of Refuge East Sussex. Grace Vogiatzis reports.

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Concert to aid Syrian refugees

Drummer and local resident, Jamie Harris, has lately been directing his energy and inspiration into organising a concert at The Roomz, in aid of refugees from Syria. HOT’s Zelly Restorick asked him some questions to find out more.

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Liane Carroll at The Roomz, Saturday

A preview by John Knowles

Posted 14:29 Thursday, Aug 8, 2013 In: Music & Sound Tags: , , , ,
Nepal2Sid

A St Leonards lass in rural Nepal

A few months ago, you might have seen local girl Sidney Ewing selling her possessions outside Love Cafe, or organising a ‘Curry-oke’ night at The Roomz. It was all in aid of raising enough money to fly to Nepal on a Restless Development project.

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Geoff Berner: “Fantastic” – Billy Bragg

Geoff Berner, highly acclaimed by none other than Billy Bragg, makes a rare appearance at The Roomz on Friday July 5th. We present a preview by John Knowles of Fetch.

Posted 16:11 Monday, Jul 1, 2013 In: Music & Sound Tags: , , , ,
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