Glasgow Streetsound #18

Glasgow Streetsound #18, in partnership with Buskers of Glasgow, in Room 2, Glasgow with Ella England, TBA, Lola O'Dorel and Cameron King. 14+.

Thursday 7th March 2024
7:00pm til 10:00pm
Minimum Age
14+

Thursday 7th March 2024
7:00pm til 10:00pm
Minimum Age
14+

Glasgow Streetsound #18

Glasgow Streetsound #18

Music Genres

Acoustic | Country/Americana | Folk | Indie | World Music


About

Glasgow Streetsound, in partnership with Buskers of Glasgow (https://linktr.ee/BuskersofGlasgow), is a live music showcase at Glasgow city centre based venue Room 2 (just off Buchanan Street), aimed at giving recognition to Glasgow’s (and further afield) talented musicians and street performers.

Join us for an evening of amazing live music for #18 with Ella England, TBA, Lola O'Dorel & Cameron King.

Please select the ticket option for the act you are primarily buying your ticket to support. £8+BF in advance. £10 entry on the door (cash or card).

ELLA ENGLAND: "A 23 year-old singer songwriter from Perth, Scotland. Ella describes herself as, "a country gal living in the big old world!" Ella is passionate about living in the moment, writing songs that tell a story everyone can relate to and feel genuinely connected to her music. For the last couple of years Ella was based in London, creating music and gigging at venues such as Camden Club, Cafe KOKO and Q Club. Ella has had four releases and released her songs, 'With You', 'Better Off' and 'Drunk Calling' with the renowned Soho Sonics production and mixing studio in London, receiving numerous radio plays. Ella moved back to Scotland to connect with her roots and collect inspiration for songwriting from the places she loves most in the world. She hopes to travel around Scotland connecting with an audience of people to share her music with."

TO BE ANNOUNCED.

LOLA O'DOREL: "A Spanish singer-songwriter who now calls Scotland home. Influenced by artists like Amy Winehouse, Corinne Bailey Rae and Paul Weller, Lola’s genre-defying style blends indie, pop-rock, soul, and jazz. Born Lola Elvira Dorado in Madrid, she grew up surrounded by music and drew inspiration from artists like Antonio Vega and Bebe. After falling in love with Scottish music culture, Lola made the bold decision to pursue her musical career in Scotland, earning a BA Honours in Popular Music. With a band formed during her final year at university, Lola recorded her debut EP ‘Open Your Mind’ and toured across Scotland and Madrid. Now based in Glasgow, Lola is ready to make her mark on the wider music scene."

CAMERON KING: "From the soulful melodies of South Carolina to the enchanting allure of the Scottish Highlands, Cameron King is a singer-songwriter whose music tells a tale of love that transcends borders. Born and bred in the heart of Manning, Cameron's musical journey took an unexpected turn when he connected with Marylouise through the vast expanse of the internet. Their shared passion for art and the poetic beauty of life sparked a connection that couldn't be confined by geographical boundaries. In a bold and romantic move, Cameron purchased a flight to Scotland to meet Marylouise in person. The transatlantic journey proved to be the beginning of a love story that would harmonize the rhythms of their hearts. The warm Southern charm of Cameron met the Scottish grace of Marylouise, creating a symphony of emotions that resonated across the miles. As Cameron and Marylouise's connection deepened, he found himself immersed in the captivating landscapes of Scotland—a far cry from the familiar landscapes of his Southern home. Yet, it was in this new environment that his music found new inspiration. The blend of his Americana roots with the haunting melodies of the Highlands became the soundtrack to their shared adventure. Cameron King's songs are love letters that echo across oceans. His melodies are of longing and joy, love, heartbreak, and loss. Each note carries the essence of the bold decision that brought him to Scotland, and every lyric speaks of the enduring love that blossomed between Cameron and Marylouise. Whether performing under the Southern stars or beneath the Scottish skies, Cameron King's music is a celebration of love that defies distance. His heartfelt serenades are a testament to the magic of the internet and the timeless beauty of a love story that knows no boundaries."

14+. Under 18's must be accompanied by an adult. Original photo ID required (driving licence - full or provisional, passport, Young Scot card).

Room 2 is only a few minutes walk from Central and Queen Street Train Stations, Buchanan Bus Station and is near to the Subway on Buchanan Street.

Thank you for your support and see you there!

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Venue Address

69 Nelson Mandela Place, Glasgow, G2 1QY

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Please note, locations are plotted on this map by their postcode so may not be precise. We advise you to contact the venue if you need exact directions!


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