Due to the huge success of our last bank holiday Live Lounge, we are rolling out another fantastic bank holiday weekend jam-packed full of live music – with our August Bank Holiday Live Lounge Weekender!
From Friday 23rd to Sunday 25th August, you will be able to catch some great live performances from some truly talented musicians.
Check out the line-up for this awesome weekend of live music:
3 – 6pm | Lucy Mayhew
Lucy combines blues, Americana and indie-folk in her originals, also covering artists such as Led Zeppelin, the Black Keys, Portishead, Fleetwood Mac, John Martyn and more.
She has featured on the BBC and performed live at Latitude, Folk on the Dock, LIMF, Threshold and has recently recorded with award-winning producer Steve Levine (Culture Club).
8.30 – 10.30pm | Tom Wilson & Tomos Hughes
Local acoustic singer/songwriter accompanied by Llangollen’s well established guitar prodigy Tomos Hughes. Aiming to entertain, this pair will be singing the soul and playing you back to better times. The lads play a range of numbers from The Beatles to The Travelling Wilburys.
3 – 6pm | Neill Murphy
Neill Murphy is a singer songwriter from Chester. He has been a regular on the Chester open mic scene over the last year performing a mix of covers and original material with the aim to have an EP out by the end of the year. He’ll be sure to rock you with covers from artists such as Bruce Springsteen, Frank Turner, the Beatles and many more!
8.30 – 10.30pm | Alx Green
Alx Green is a singer-songwriter from Chester in the North West of England. Seamlessly fusing modern folk music with dynamic vocals, invigorating melodies and percussive finger-tapping his songs have a fresh new feel but retain that classic songwriter sound.
Alx has previously released several demo EP’s and in 2016 after three months touring Europe in his van with a homemade bed in the back, he released his first studio EP ‘My Way Home’ which achieved number two in the iTunes Singer/Songwriter pre-order charts.
Alx’s songs have received several plays on BBC Radio 2, BBC 6Music, BBC Radio Merseyside and have been described as ‘stunning stuff’ by BBC Introducing DJ Dave Monks. His last single ‘Got To Learn’ was played by Chris Hawkins on BBC 6Music along with the description “in a crowded market he’s a real talent”.
3 – 6pm | Andor Jensen
A driving tenor saxophonist in the hard bop tradition. A graduate of London’s Guildhall School of Music, Andor has performed with Scottish musicians Colin Steele and Brian Kellock.
Andor has an incredible facility on the tenor sax – his sound is somewhere between Michael Brecker and Bob Berg, and he brings a real excitement to his solos.
8.30 – 10.30pm | Jamie Jay
The ‘Raw and Husky Welshman’ returns to the Three Eagles with his acoustic set. Featuring a mix of classic covers and originals.