The Harrison, Kings Cross
Tuesday 27th September
Doors 7:30pm, Live Music 8:15pm
Advance tickets £10, £12 on the night
DUE TO ILLNESS TONIGHT’S CONCERT IS POSTPONED
Robert Lane is a musician, songwriter and actor based in the UK. He has toured extensively and released three albums. As an actor he works in theatre and film and is a founding member of short form comedy improvisation group The Improlectuals. Robert has delivered workshops on topics including songwriting and comedy improvisation in various establishments including schools and colleges and provides regular music and drama sessions for Midland Mencap.
Robert is also the host of The Robert Lane Creative Careers Podcast where he chats to creatives including musicians, songwriters, actors, writers, comedians and journalists about their careers and how they create their work.
“You got me out of bed to listen to this and it was worth it…
I actually got out of bed to make sure I sent this in for the programme because I thought it was so good.” Janice Long, radio legend.
“his momentum is building and his playing skills are very strong… an interesting release that enhances a growing reputation as Robert Lane continues to hone his signature sound.” Lonesome Highway
Elizabeth & Jameson is an award-winning collaboration comprising two rising stars of the UK acoustic music scene. Hannah Elizabeth and Griff Jameson have joined forces to create an indie-folk sound which encompasses both their individual musical backgrounds. Hannah’s influences are firmly planted in traditional folk-roots, whilst in contrast Griff has formed his musical reputation within folk pop/rock genres. Together as a duo Elizabeth & Jameson arguably offer the best of both backgrounds; this is simplistic, classic song writing at its best – a stripped back harmony-driven sound with acoustic guitar, violin and exquisite harmony vocals.
“The voices form a seductive combination” The Sunday Times
“A partnership well worth watching out for” RnR Magazine
“Impressive talents… will shine bright into the future” FATEA Magazine