Location: London - Twickenham, United Kingdom
Venue: The Exchange Arts Centre, 75 London Rd, Twickenham, Surrey, TW1 1BE
Tonight's concert is set in a beautiful, new arts centre, with raked seating. You can even book your seat number! The venue is directly opposite Twickenham mainline station and if you are arriving by car, you will be able to park in one of the nearby car parks. See more on the Exchange Art Centre web site
The Kindred Spirit Band sound is special and distinctive, driven by “haunting and bewitching” female vocals, guitar, two classically trained , virtuoso, lead instrument players (on violin and flute / sax), dynamic, driving drums and bass guitar and laced with jigs, reels and duelling improvisations.
This progressive folk rock band play powerful “perceptive and intriguing” original material which is inclined to the mystical, magical and environmental.
“I have finally found music again…I have not heard such wonderful, uplifting music in ages.” Gene Saul, Alabama
The band have performed at Theatres, Art Centres, festivals and clubs including the famous Cavern Club, Liverpool, where John Lennon’s half sister, Julia, rushed back stage to congratulate them on their set! The band’s singer / song-writer / guitarist, Elaine Samuels, has been featured on TV, radio & Glastonbury Festival as well as tours up and down the UK.
“The day began with Kindred Spirit, whose blending of some electrifying folk rock with a prog sensitivity, ensured the Spitfire stage got off to a good start… they held the crowds attention with some quite delightful music” Laurence Todd, Classic Rock Society
Since the release of their last album, “Phoenix Rising”, which has been receiving some great reviews, the band have been featured in Prog Magazine and the album is being distributed globally.
”Stunning new album… extraordinarily beautiful songs written for our generation” Neil Mach, AdPontes
Kindred Spirit are a 5-piece prog folk rock band with beautiful vocals, guitar work, and powerful songs from Elaine Samuels, incredible electric violin playing from Martin Ash, expert and melodic flute & saxophone playing and vocal harmonies from Catherine Dimmock or Stevie Mitchell, driving bass rhythms from Mike Hislop, and great drummers (either legendary ... more
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