1/2er’s promotions presents Blue Nudes with support from TBC @ The Grove Inn Leeds on Tuesday February 26th 2019 doors open at 8pm. This will be an unplugged acoustic gig.
Blue Nudes are Edie Boon (guitar, vocals) and Lucy Bacon (violin, vocals) combine vocal harmonies, powerful violin melodies and gentle guitar to make a sound once described as ‘summat a bit different’. Just emerging onto the Leeds scene, Blue Nudes are a friendship project formed in the afterglow of studying music at Leeds Uni, playing sad girl folk. Their set contains a combination of originals and traditional folk songs from the UK and US, with themes including queerness, powerful women, and a premature interest in birdwatching.
Check out a couple of videos here
You will find Blue Nudes on Facebook here https://facebook.com/Blue-Nudes-371225503611812/
Yorkshire based, Czech born lass – singer songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and a rambler, playing new folk with a bluesy voice and soulful feel.
Monika likes exploring the possibilities of escaping the mundane, visiting places where time gets washed away and reality is blurred with fantasy and imagination.
She will be bringing a unique selection of songs, both covers and originals. You can also look forward to some tunes from her latest project, Wainwrighting songs (documenting the famous Coast to Coast walk through songs). Expect elements of jazz/blues & influence from 60s and 70s female singers such as Carol King, Joni Mitchell & Aretha Franklin.
Monika Zlamalova Music is an adventure bound, curious songwriter with blissful melodies. This ones called 'Motorway Lullaby' that was written in a tent during early morning hours, about night travellers both on the road and at home. 🚶🏻♀️ Here's the Youtube Edition: https://youtu.be/Xy-cprGgWPw
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Make sure you get in early so you don’t miss anything, it’s sure to be a cracking night! It will be FREE ENTRY but there may be a bucket going round during the gig so please put in what you can, all money collected will be split between the acts.