Urban Voodoo Machine Cottiers
11 Apr 2019 – 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
A collective of shadowy, London based, ne’er do wells, led by Norwegian born songwriter/frontman Paul – Ronney Angel. Featuring up to nine musicians at any given time, The ‘Machine mash – up guitars, twin drummers, fiddle, trumpet, tuba, banjo, washboard, upright bass, gong, mandolin, accordion, harmonicas, saxophone, sousaphone and even empty bottles and tie racks to create their unique brand of Bourbon Soaked Gypsy Blues Bop’n’Stroll.
The stars were very much aligned the night Paul – Ronney Angel was begged by a promoter to be the filling in a triple – bill band sandwich. Never one to turn down a knees – up, P-R realised he had 48 hours to put a band together. No problem! Trawling the dives and doss houses of London, he called in some favours, cracked some whips and so it was that The Urban Voodoo Machine lurched into life.
Tickets are £18 adults/£16 concessions not including the £1.50 booking fee which is added at the end of your transaction.
Over 18s only.
Cottiers, 93-95 Hyndland Street, G11 5PU
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