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Sun 25th Nov at 7:30pm
@ Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen, London
Also appearing: Small Town Jones, Jamie Parisio, Fred's House
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Another Lazy Sunday: Jacko Hooper + Small Town Jones + Jamie Parisio + Fred's House
Another Lazy Sunday will feed your senses by offering you a brand new video documentary by a brand new band every single Sunday and also to celebrate the live music experience in a collective live event every month from London and Brighton.
Fred’s House are an award winning band based in Cambridge. They make summery, 70’s West Coast inspired folk/rock but have their own distinctively fresh sound that is very much part of now. This group of musicians have the rare ability to sweep you away with their gorgeous three part harmonies, moving lyrics, infectious melodies and uplifting grooves. Among their many influences are bands such as Fleetwood Mac, The Eagles, The Swell Season and C.S.N.Y.
Since forming in the home studio at Fred Cox's house in 2010, the band have put over 500 gigs under their belt. Creating quite a stir on the live circuit, their reputation for their stunning and energetic shows across the UK is going before them. Gaining a following wherever they go, their fans or 'Housemates', claim their music is addictive and come to show after show. Fred's House scooped two awards at the Annual NMG Awards 2013; 'Best Folk/Roots Band' and 'Audience Choice Award' as voted for by the public. They released their much anticipated debut album Bonnie and Clyde in April 2014 and the follow up album Faultlines in 2016 to critical acclaim, grabbing 4 and 5 star reviews across the board as well as emphatic press.
"Exceptional debut album... a band capable of scaling considerable heights."
Festival appearances include the main stage at the Acoustic Festival of Britain, Cambridge Folk Festival and Bestival among many others. The band have been main support for the likes of Eddi Reader, The Wonderstuff, The Kast Off Kinks (with original Kinks drummer Mick Avory), Lucy Rose, The Shires, Phil Beer (Show of Hands), Ward Thomas and many more. Fred's House can often be heard on BBC 6Music, Amazing Radio, BBC Radio Wales, and local BBC stations across the UK as well as having been invited to perform live for BBC Introducing and Radio 2 DJ Bob Harris' Under the Apple Tree sessions.
Fronting the band and writing the songs is Griff Jameson and Vikki Gavin, whose voices blend to create a beautiful but powerful sound. From two very different backgrounds; Griff a self taught singer-songwriter from the Welsh Valleys and Vikki a classically trained vocalist from Hemel Hempstead, they met in 2008 and started writing songs together. The pair then embarked on a summer season singing in the Algarve before moving to Cambridge to form a band with their funky dancing bassist Gafyn Jameson (Griff's brother) also singing a third part harmony and talented songwriter and lead guitarist Lachlan Golder. Then later in 2013 Cambridge legend Paul Richards, aka 'The Happiest Drummer', completed the lineup. Fred's House are currently writing and recording their 3rd album with producer Neil James Rodgers (Captain, Lonely the Brave) who also produced their first two albums.
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Venue: Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen
Enquiries: 020 7613 0709
Bookings: 0844 847 2316
Disabled Bookings: 020 7613 0709
→ Shoreditch High Street 8 min walk
→ Hoxton 8 min walk
→ Old Street 7 min walk