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Ben Jordan + Dear Pariah
May 11, 2016 @ 9:00 pm - 11:30 pm
Ben Jordan can best be classified as a 21st century bard, or a modern troubadour. For years Ben has traveled, listening, learning & playing. His voyage has taken him to several musical hot beds (including New York City, Nashville, New Orleans, San Francisco, Boulder, CO, London, Dublin & Prague) where he had the privilege of befriending some rising stars, and established vets.
Currently settled in the Southwest of England, Ben has been electrifying audiences throughout, Ireland, the UK and Europe with a newfound optimism, born from hardship and hard won wisdom. He has taken this new outlook from the streets of England’s West Country to the stages of the Isle of Wight Festival and Hop Farm festival and all manner of venues in between.
Some include a residency at London’s Proud Camden, tenure with the Lantern Society, Quay Arts Acoustic Originals, getting radio play on the BBC and being requested by the Alabama 3 themselves to provide support for them.
Dear Pariah is the moniker for London based artist Charlotte Hinchcliff, a 26 year old British singer-songwriter and arranger. Her voice holds the weight of an old soul on young shoulders, with a distinctive sound that demands your attention.
Her debut self titled EP was released in August 2012 and was well received by Simon Raymonde (Bella Union/Cocteau Twins) and Ruth Barnes (Amazing Radio) both of which featured her as their Artist Of The Week on Amazing Radio. Since then she has performed both solo and with her band in London and around the UK at venues such as Old St Pancras Church, Jamboree, The Green Note and A Carefully Planned Festival in Manchester.
In May 2014, she won the Emerging Music Competition on Amazing Radio. Having spent the last year writing new material, her highly anticipated second EP (co-produced by Brett Shaw who has recently worked with Daughter and Florence & The Machine) was released on 1st October 2014, with the financial help of fans through Pledge.
In more recent times she has also received an Emerging Excellence Award from Help Musicians UK, which will help fund her debut album, to be released very soon!
Music starts from 9pm. Happy hour from 5-7pm!
We’re open from 10:30am, serving food from 12-3pm and 6-10pm