Fine Lines featuring DJ Mark Radcliffe, will be playing its first gig in London at The Slaughtered Lamb on Sunday 17 November.
The popular roots-infused Americana band from Cheshire will be playing a 75-minute set at the Clerkenwell pub, which is known for its live music. The set will feature new songs from Fine Lines’ most recent album, ‘Gaslight Roses’ as well as some old favourites from its debut release, ‘Hour of Need’.
Co-written by Mark and front man, David Boardman, ‘Gaslight Roses’, which is out now on Parade Recordings, has a strong country flavour and includes the band’s latest single, ‘On the Town’.
Formed in 2016 by the Northumberland-born singer-songwriter, the seven-piece band has a loyal fan base and a strong live reputation and has shared the stage with the likes of Texas, Razorlight, Mel C, Miles Hunt of The Wonder Stuff and Cast’s John Power.
Championed by BBC Radio 6 Music’s Tom Robinson, the band notched up its first play on national radio earlier this year.
With David Boardman and Zoe Blythe on vocals, the band also features Gary O’Brien on keys, Emily Doggett on the fiddle, Jim Broughton on bass, Chris Lee on pedal steel and famous face, Mark Radcliffe on drums.
“We are really thrilled to make our debut in the capital. There’s always a buzz in the London and The Slaughtered Lamb has a great reputation for showcasing folk and Americana talent.”
Fine Lines will be joined by support acts Sam Lyon and Edd Mann. The gig starts at 7.30pm and tickets are available from www.eventbrite.com