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Mark Morriss (The Bluetones) + Peter & The Harmonics + Lonely Tourist
"90's brit pop star Mark Morriss found fame fronting The Bluetones, and in more recent years he has established himself one of the UK's finest solo acoustic raconteurs. Now, for the first time, Mark plays the Thunderbolt on his UK tour.
Expect classic Bluetones tracks mixed between both previously released and new material from the artists solo back catalogue in an evening of exceptional live music not to be missed!
PETER & THE HARMONICS (Acoustic Folk Pop with Pete Stilwells sweet voice that commands attention right from the off, Acoustic numbers, violin interludes, rock and ballads the bands repertoire is excellent.
THE LONELY TOURIST:Bristol based acoustic guitar act Lonely Tourist have been gaining much praise, most notably from Tom Robinson on BBC 6Music.
`Songwriter Paul Tierney’s played in open mic dens, church halls, bedrooms – but he won’t be playing ‘Ace of Spades’ anywhere soon` — Venue Magazine"
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Best known as the frontman in The Bluetones, Mark Morriss released his debut solo album Memory Muscle on June 2, 2008. Getting his hands dirty with his own set of songs has been an inspiring experience for Morriss, who started trying them out acoustically at open mic nights in London way back in 2004. 'I'd just turn up with my guitar, play five or six songs, along with everyone else. I didn't want any special favours, and just enjoyed the experience of stripping things right back down' - Morriss.
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Peter and The Harmonics are an acoustic folk 4 piece from the South West who write songs inspired by the likes of Neil Young, Bon Iver and Simon and Garfunkel. With a discernible pop sensibility, their songs chime with catchy melodies throughout.
Following the release of their debut EP 'Over Me', the band is building a big reputation for their blissful 4 part harmonies and heart on sleeve lyrics.
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Lonely Tourist delivers a 'beard pop' and 'pub-step' like a greyhound out the traps. The tunes are largely upbeat and joyous, despite the sometimes bleak subject matter. Imagine Malcolm Middleton taking a happy pill, and this might be the result.
"Put simply to the uninitiated we’re watching Johnny Cash with the broadest Scottish accent" - Bristol 24-7
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