Live Music Project at the Trestle Arts Base, St Albans

10:04 19 January 2014

Indi and the Vegas

Indi and the Vegas

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Live music returns to the Trestle Arts Base in St Albans for the first time in 2014 next Saturday, January 25.

The Live Music Project Gig features Indi and the Vegas, Tom Craven, Rae Kelly and Starseedz. Doors open at 7.30pm and admission is free. Indi and the Vegas, who perform a mix of original songs and covers, headline the evening. They describe themselves as “Queen meeting Prince and jamming through the Red Hot Chilli Peppers greatest hits”.

Tom Craven performs everything from sing-alongs to heartfelt ballads with his particular strength lying in his storytelling and stage presence,

Rae Kelly is a Dublin-born singer/songwriter, now based in St Albans, who has played venues including The Alban Arena, Proud Galleries Camden and the Elgiva Theatre in Chesham.

Completing the line-up is Starseedz, a St Albans-based duo featuring Catrine O’Neill (vocals, guitar) and Jon Willoughby (guitars, backing vocals), whose combined song writing brings together a range of influences.

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