Sweet Crisis are a contemporary Rock band from Cambridge, and best describe their music as “Soulful and Catchy Rock”! Their musical influences are vast and
include artists such as The Rolling Sones, Kings of Leon,
Free, Stereophonics, Radiohead and Arcade Fire, to name a few!
Crisis consists of Leo Robarts, Lead vocals and Guitar, Piers Mortimer,
Lead Guitar, Piano and Vocals and Dave Cullen on Drums. They have
been writing, recording and performing music together now for over a decade,
and are excited to be gigging across the UK and Europe in 2018,
before releasing their eagerly awaited debut album later in the year.
Explosive and Energetic live, this band are not to be missed.
“Explosive and Energetic live,
this band are not to be missed.
Morganway was founded by twin brothers Callum (vocals/guitar) and Kieran Morgan (lead guitar). Its fiery sound and distinctive Americana glow wears its heart on its sleeve, packing charismatic seven-part harmonies and powerful riffs into the emotional songwriting. Kieran’s wife SJ Mortimer joins them on vocals, and Nicole Terry (fiddle), Matthew Brocklehurst (keys), Rory Hill (bass) and Ed Bullinger (drums) complete the line-up.
After releasing two acclaimed EPs, last year Morganway toured extensively, catching the ear of Britain’s country music champion, Whispering Bob Harris. Following a live session at his Under The Apple Tree home studio, they were invited to headline the UTAT stage at Silverstone, as well as perform at its Harrogate venue The Warehouse, to a packed crowd. Through summer 2017 they played festivals, including Buckle and Boots and the Cambridge Folk Festival, as well as supporting The Shires at Taverham Hall, where the 4000-strong crowd gave the band a standing ovation and demanded an encore. Following a British Country Music Association (BCMA) nomination for Group of the Year, they played a sell-out hometown show at the Norwich Arts Centre. Since then they have immersed themselves in the studio recording their debut album, which will be released in 2018.
“Brilliant voice and amazing songwriting talent!” — BBC Introducing
Rock Band The T Clemente + supports TBC
Conceptualized by guitarist and song writer Teddy Clemente, the T Clemente Band is quickly rising to be one of the San Francisco/San Jose strongest original rock band contenders. Teaming up with Grammy nominated producer, Robert Berry, drummer David Lauser, best known for his work with Sammy Hagar, and the powerful vocal stylings of Amanda Dieck, the T Clemente Band has repeatedly delivered a solid vintage 70’s/80’s rock sound that continues to excite audiences all around the world.
The T Clemente Band has had the pleasure of rocking the stage with the likes of: Michael Schenker, Y&T band and the late Ronnie Montrose. The band just did their third United Kingdom Tour last August, 2017 and their 2nd year performing at The Cambridge Rock Festival main stage.
Currently, the band is in the studio producing their third album, Man Machine, expected to be released early 2018.
Hailing from York, Joshua Burnell & his 6-piece folk-rock band have shaken the world of folk music with their epic fantasy ballads and fiddle tunes bolstered with the swirling distortion of the Hammond organ. Join them for their tour promoting the brand new album: Songs From The Seasons.
For any followers of folk or rock, this is not an event to be missed.
“This was excellent stuff. They would go down at storm at Cropredy… Burnell and the band deserve all the success they get.” – York Press.
“I’m willing to bet the live tour will be great.” – Songlines Magazine.
Joshua’s previous album, Into the Green, was met with overwhelmingly positive reviews – ‘A giant of an album that should be on everybody’s summer listening.’ (Liverpool Sound And Vision) – and to follow it up, Joshua set himself his most challenging project yet: to release a folk song every week for a year.
The idea behind the ambitious Seasons Project was for Joshua to arrange, record and release a traditional folk song every week to form four seasonal albums. Annie Haslam, from the symphonic rock band Renaissance, has provided four stunning pieces of artwork (one for each season) and over 25 local musicians have featured on the project. As of the 13th December, the project came to a successful conclusion, after earning the Highly Commended Best Performing Artist award at the York Culture Awards. Shortly following this, a live performance of some of the material gained an overwhelming majority of audience votes at the Great British Folk Festival and Joshua and his band were announced as the winners. The album has since earned glowing 4-star reviews in The Sun & Songlines Magazine and a 5-star review in Rock ‘n’ Reel Magazine, with many more to follow.
After what has been a momentous year, Joshua Burnell has selected 14 of the strongest tracks from the Seasons project to form his next major release – Songs From The Seasons. Book your tickets now to join Joshua Burnell & his band as they bring the live show to Cambridge
The band puts on an exciting stage show that authentically recreates the sound, look and feel of the Seattle giants. They put their love for Pearl Jam at the heart of their performance and are guaranteed to please any fan of Pearl Jam
SBCC Presents the finest of the rising rock scene! 4th Labyrinth kick the night off in flamboyant style with their unique take on 70s inspired prog, before local favourites False Hearts deliver modern rock at its very best. Finally the incredible Gin Annie head straight from Planet Rockstock to make their first ever appearance at a Cambridge venue; the perfect mix of heavy guitars and attention-grabbing hooks, you don’t want to miss out on this one!
Gin Annie: Gin Annie are a hard/melodic rock 5-piece from Wolverhampton UK, delivering heavy guitar driven songs whilst maintaining a melodic vocal style complete with hook-laden choruses. Following the release of their debut EP, New Bad Habit, the Black Country rockers introduced a new guitarist (Brian Green) and bassist (Phill ‘Hammer’ Burrows) to beef up their already huge sound.
False Hearts: Delivering modern rock with a fiery finesse, False Hearts united in 2016 and soon took the Cambridgeshire music scene by storm thanks to their unique and compelling take on passion-driven, female-led rock. With experience in ventures ranging from rock bands to music studios to full-blown orchestras, False Hearts’ unrelenting drive and multifaceted approach to the art of music has captured the hearts of audiences and critics alike, carrying them from stage-to-stage at some of the country’s most-beloved venues and festivals.
4th Labyrinth: Known for their engaging and witty live shows, 4th Labyrinth’s highly approachable rock sound makes them incredibly versatile, keeping the listener’s attention throughout. From heavy guitar riffs to the most delicate heartfelt ballads, from progressive rock monsters to future sing along classics, the band is on a mission to bring 70s inspired rock music back to where it deserves to be.