High Treason at Trestle Arts Base, St Albans
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Rockers High Treason will be headlining this month’s Live Music Project at the Trestle Arts Base in St Albans.
Joining them at the gig for ages 14 and upwards on Saturday, September 27, at the base in Russet Drive will be Chameleon Boy, Los Ladrones de Amor, Cicero Buck, Garry Smith and DJ Eddie James from Empire Records on the decks.
High Treason have been massive supporters of The Live Music Project since the start, headlining the very first gig back in April last year, donating music equipment to the project and filming their latest video in the theatre.
Chameleon Boy are back this month with the full band – John Beeson, Jon Horlick, Dave Ashcroft and B Barry – to perform pop/rock originals.
Los Ladrones de Amor (The Thieves of Love) are raw, mostly acoustic and angry while Cicero Buck (Kris Wilkinson Hughes and Joe Hughes) bring their unique marriage of Americana folk/roots influences with basic hooky pop/rock songcraft.
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Singer/songwriter Garry Smith will perform his own songs and instrumentals alongside covers and DJ Eddie James will spin vinyl in between bands.
Anyone interested in volunteering for the event or who would like to sign up to perform, should email Denise Parsons at firstname.lastname@example.org
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