Just Dropped In Records | 8:00am -8.00pm Live music | 12.00-4.00pm (free), outside The Box Headliner: Duke Keats Plus… Austin Booth, James Gandy, and Overcliff
Just Dropped In Records | 8:00am -8.00pm
Live music | 12.00-4.00pm (free), outside The Box
Headliner: Duke Keats
Plus… Austin Booth, James Gandy, and Overcliff
Live music by singer/songwriters and bands from across Coventry and the Midlands. The programme has been curated by The Phoenix Collective, and is headlined by Duke Keats.
We highly recommend booking a table on Factory‘s sun terrace for the best views! In the event of wet weather or high winds, live music will be moved indoors.
Full Record Store Line Up:
12.00 – Austin Booth
Singer-songwriter Austin Booth is a mainstay on Coventry & Warwickshire’s live music circuit with his acoustic set of delightful guitar ballads. Austin’s style influenced by classic British singer-songwriters such as Richard Ashcroft and Paul Weller. He balances raw and relatable lyrics with psychedelic undertones and sets a very warm tone for the audience as he takes them through stories from his life to date.
13.00 – James Gandy
James Gandy is a singer songwriter and guitarist with a very delicate style that captivates and effortlessly drags the listener in to follow the ebbs and flows of his vocal range and subject matter. His original songs are a joy to lose yourself in.
14.00 – Overcliff
Overcliff are an up and coming indie rock band out of the West Midlands. They pair catchy melodies with classic indie beats to keep their audience singing and dancing all night. Having recently played 2 sell out headliners and a touring show in London the band has some strong live performances under their belt. They look forward to expanding into more cities and bigger venues over the next few months.
15.00 – Duke Keats (Headliner)
Born and raised in Coventry, UK – 24 year old Duke Keats cross pollinates his influences ranging from pop psychedelic veterans like Prince, Kate Bush and Jimi Hendrix to more contemporary sounds from the likes of Toro Y Moi, Unknown Mortal Orchestra and The Strokes. Making connections with fellow creatives both locally and internationally, Duke has supported acts such as Her’s, Penelope Isles and Marker Starling, following the latter on tour as a backing vocalist and session guitarist on multiple BBC Live radio performances and featuring alongside Stereolabs Laetitia Sadier on multiple tracks on Markers album ‘High January’. Dukes most recent project was creating the score for the fashion brand Charles Jeffrey LOVERBOY Autumn/Winter 2021 collection film ‘GLOOM’ in March. Directed by Fashion Photographer/videographer Thurstan Redding (chanel, Miu Miu, versace)
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