No Amps No Chat No Charge - Cariss Auburn
No amps, no chat, no charge - a monthly singer/songwriter/acoustic evening at Arena Theatre, Wolverhampton presented by Cellar Rooms Rehearsal Studios. Cariss Auburn is a singer-songwriter from Wolverhampton. Long-listed in Glastonbury’s 2017 Emerging Talent Competition, she looks forward to bringing her melodic and soulful sound to more performances throughout the UK after opening for soul icons Alexander O’Neal and Heatwave last year. Her debut EP ‘Unphased’, from which the eponymous track was named “standout” track of the week on BBC Introducing WM, is out now. www.carissauburnmusic.com Cariss Auburn is supported by Brandon Hill and Faye Bagley Brandon Hill Brandon Hill is a songwriter and musician from Sandwell bursting onto the Moseley/Kings Heath and Wolverhampton music scene.
Having graduated in "performing music" at Halesowen college, near Birmingham, Brandon continued performing his music during late 2015 and 2016 by busking and playing at various open mic venues across the city, culminating in reaching the 2016 finals of the Open Mic UK competition. He has recently recorded his first EP titled “Little Trees ", of which the track “Brand New” has been featured on BBC Introducing in the West Midlands, during June 2017. Faye Bagley Faye Bagley is a singer-songwriter from Walsall whose music is a mix of Pop, Rock and Folk. Her catchy melodies and powerful vocals are backed by an uplifting stomp producing a strong and vibrant sound www.facebook.com/fayeebagley
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