Jamie & Shoony + Root System

Onstage: 12:30am

Jamie & Shoony don't mess around, they are an urban indie punk quartet that exhilarate audiences when ever they play their full throttle and exuberant live shows. Their ballsy anthems have them making waves in Scotland and collecting a loyal fanbase. In 2015 they played to sell out crowds in some of the country's finest venues such as O2 ABC, Kings Tuts, The Electric Circus and Saint Lukes. They won the title of 'Best Live Act' at both The Prowlers and The Local Music Scene Awards but the main highlight of the year was playing to over 8,000 people at Linlithgow's Party at The Palace supporting Nile Rodgers with CHIC. The lads are set to release their highly anticipated debut E.P. in early 2016 with a nationwide tour which includes a date playing Glasgow's infamous Barrowlands in March with the Clutha Trust for a Yellow Movement special alongside Colonel Mustard & the Dijon 5. In a ninja like fashion they get the crowd hooked at every opportunity with their infectious presence and boundless energy they turn every show into one big party.
Go see them for yourself and just try not to dance, We dare you.

Website: www.jamieandshoony.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/jamieandshoony


Onstage: 10:00pm

DENNIS, an roots folkrock & brass band from the former pit town of Hetton-Le-Hole whose songs about the local town captivate audiences across the country. Made up of lead singer Dan Gibson, guitarist David Smith, bass player Jez Dickey, drummer Stuart Gibson, euphoniumist James Wright, trombone player Craig Hissett, Ella and Toby Renwick on cornet, horn and keyboard and trumpeter Steve White, the band honed its sounds in the region’s colliery bands.

Website: http://www.dennisband.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dennis.co.uk/

Event Details

Event: Jamie & Shoony + Root System, DENNIS

Date: Friday 11th August 2017

Venue: Stramash

Time : 21:00 - 05:00

Cost: Free

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