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Loudhailer Electric Company / Jackson D / Hombre tickets

ORILEYS LIVE MUSIC VENUE in Hull

Saturday 7th September 2019

7:30pm til 11:00pm

Minimum Age: 16

Loudhailer Gathering three band night at O’Rileys, Hull Saturday Sept 7th

 
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Loudhailer Electric Company / Jackson D / Hombre on Saturday 7th September 2019

Loudhailer Gathering O’Rileys Sat Sept 7th


Loudhailer Electric Company - original psychedelic sounds, road songs, sci fi, myths & legends.

“Loudhailer Electric Company transported us at mach speed into a frenzied flurry of colour and psychedelia that was gobsmacking. Led by the tiny whirlwind of energy that was Lou Duffy-Howard, this spunky rock group owned every note they played. Jeff Parsons on electric guitar rivaled Jimi Hendrix with his virtuosity, the intricacies and timing was second to none, with personality and life oozing out of every chord. The trippy songwriting made for a vivid and moving journey through this wormhole of sound. Their performance left me utterly blown away, only able at the end, to piece together the few words I could muster, announcing to my mother, “That was f***ing awesome!” Arthur Whelan, Hull is This

Jackson D – unique voice, cool cats with stylish songs and hints of Twin Peaks.

“The melodious strains of Jackson D - uber cool, with slick Chelsea boots and a sharp satin smoking jacket, Jackson D sauntered on stage accompanied by drummer (sorry Zachary Theodorou; “percussionist”) and bass player, (imagine Siouxie Sioux meets Joan Jet) The room fell silent for the exotic marimba intro to the first song. What I heard next was a soulful bluesy sound that intoxicated my ears and had me spellbound from the start; Jackson’s sleek, sonorous voice slid its way into everyone’s ears and held them entranced for the next 30 minutes, especially the ladies on the front row. Black Ribbon was my favourite song of the set, it could very easily be a James Bond theme tune, it was so, well, sexy! There was a dark, gothic vibe to some songs, tempered by the flavour of 60’s jazz in Hit Girl, a homage to The Avengers.” Arthur Whelan, Hull is This

Hombre – Based in Leeds, Robert Rodriguez Rock... Desperado meets Machete in Sin City. Cool and stylish! Hombre are coming to Hull for the first time to entertain us with their Tarantino inspired alternative rock/blues.

Presented by Freetownway #letscelebrate

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Alternative, Rock

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