Thurs 23rd June: Jason McNiff/ Emma Tricca/ Pete Greenwood

The Harrison, 28 Harrison Street, WC1H 8JF London Ph: 020 7278 3966

Nearest tube Kings Cross, 7 mins walk.
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Doors 7.30 pm Adv tickets £6.00 Buy Now  Door price £7.00 Please Scroll Down For More Details

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Jason McNiff is a legend in UK alt-folk. Of Polish and Irish descent, he has made four albums that range from folk to alt-country and Americana, all the while maintaining a resolutely British heart. As Time Out attests, ‘McNiff’s quiet, intimate, fragile-sounding vocals draw you into his world – a melancholy, almost timeless place, through which he drifts, a romantic loner, a dreamer, at home with the blues.’

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‘One of the UK’s best kept secrets’   Mojo (4 Stars)

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‘A triumph of English-Americana’   Time Out (4 Stars)

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‘The nearest thing out there to Bob Dylan and the Band’   Sean Rowley, BBC Radio London

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‘Dark songs of drunkenness and murder!’   The Independent (4 Stars)

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‘A troubadour and one of the best singer/songwriters we have in this country’   Morning Star (4 Stars)

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‘Not just a good songwriter, a truly great one’   Americana UK 9/10

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Album of the Year Americana UK

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Italian born Emme Tricca moved to London to pursue her folk career at the encouragement of the legendary Odetta. Her career so far has seen her recieve the seal of approval from Roy Harper and Phil Guy, record for Twisted Nerve’s Andy Votel, play Jarvis Cocker’s Meltdown Festival and tour with the folk giant that was John Renbourn, amongst many other highlights.

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“Powerful and emotional” Mojo

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“ethereal and mesmerising”  Bucketfull of Brains

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a pure and seductive voice” Time Out

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Singer -songwriter Pete Greenwood released his debut album to rave reviews on the renowned Heavenly label, earning him four stars and Debut of the Month in Uncut Magazine. “Sirens” also made UNCUT’s Top 50 list for the year. He has played with both Mojave 3 and The See See as guitarist, and later joined Starsailor on their European tour as a featured musician.

“The 88″ , from his second album, was released as a limited edition split 7” single with Doves on Rough Trade Records in 2009 (re-released as a standalone 7″ in 2013). Noel Gallagher cited the track in his Perfect Playlists for Q Magazine, voting the track his “Song Of The Year” stating he wished he’d written it.
His most recent single single, “Me And Molly” was released on 18 September 2015, taken from the album, Beauceron,

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