An old church, spellbinding performances and a little bit of magic Saturday 10th October 2015.  Save the date for an evening of live music tucked away in an undiscovered nook in London.
The ancient building has summoned us back so we’ve put together a line up of five emerging alternative artists spanning palatial pop, cosmic blues, indie-folk
Jam Sandwich is proud to feature:
Kawala – emerging three-piece with a winning combination of vocals, guitar and cajon – we can’t wait to combine Kawala with the acoustics in the old church. Sample Kept In The Dark Mahogany Sessions video.

Cosmo House – a trio of sumptuous cosmic blues, a mind-blowing live act with vocals, slide guitar and trumpet – speaking to your soul, this masterful delivery will leave you crying out for more. Read about it.

Storm The Palace – led by Sophie Dodds academic and musician extraordinaire, this band wraps you up in glorious soundscapes and storytelling lyricism. Listen to recent release In Ruins.
Harry Pane – local solo acoustic artist Harry Pane will be joining the jam with his own brand of folk and blues. Listen to Ashes & Wine as a taster of his style.
Josh Tenor – we happened upon Josh busking at Broadway Market near London Fields, this young artist has a raw magnetism and soul oozing from him. Check out his performance as part of Hackney Live run by the Big Music Project.

The only thing left to do is direct you to £8 tickets, there’s limited space in the church so do snap yours up and we’ll see you there.

Love, Peace & Jam x

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