KITTY DAISY & LEWIS - LIVE IN LONDON
WEDNESDAY 13 JUNE AT THE GARAGE
Sunday Best are very pleased to announce the performance of Kitty Daisy & Lewis at The Garage, Islington on Wednesday 13th June, in association with our friends at Last.fm Live in London.
The night will also feature another Sunday Best artist live performance ... we know who it is but we can’t say just yet :) and Rob da Bank will be DJing.
Tickets (£12.50) are on sale now via www.hmvtickets.com & www.ticketweb.co.uk. Grab 'em while you can folks!
Check the Facebook event page here
Kentish Town siblings Kitty, Daisy & Lewis are a group of highly talented and original musicians who play more or less anything they can lay their hands on. Their musical references and skills are rooted in the old tradition where songs and music are handed down, played and enjoyed at gatherings of family and friends.
From a very young age Kitty, Daisy & Lewis’ performances have been blowing away and inspiring audiences, building up an impressive fan base from the likes of Amy Winehouse (RIP), Chris Martin and Eagles Of Death Metal to Dustin Hoffman and Ewan McGregor. They have had worldwide success with sold out tours and have opened for Coldplay, Razorlight, Richard Hawley, Jools Holland among others.
At their packed live shows there’s no compromise when Kitty’s howling harmonica solos backed by Daisy’s solid rhythm on a battered snare-drum and Lewis’ snapping guitar work drive crowds into a Southern Evangelical frenzy. The trio jump from one instrument to another, which range from piano, lap steel, banjos, ukulele, accordion, xylophone, trombone to name but a few.
Joining them on stage are former Raincoats drummer Ingrid Weiss on upright bass, Daddy Grazz on acoustic guitar, and legendary Jamaican trumpet player Eddie "Tan Tan" Thornton.
Kitty Daisy & Lewis have grabbed the musical bull by the horns, producing an exquisite and exciting self-penned second studio album Smoking In Heaven (£4.99 on iTunes!); a breath of fresh air in a somewhat predictable music scene. This album takes the solid roots of their first self-titled album but then pushes the boundaries taking in the best of musical influences while still keeping that elusive Kitty Daisy & Lewis treatment that is just beyond words.
x Sunday Best