Wed, 17 May|
The Lucky Pig, Fitzrovia, London
HotVox Wednesdays at The Lucky Pig
HotVox are at the Lucky Pig on Wednesdays breaking new talent and showcasing up and coming artists. See full details for listings and details of tonights artists...
Time & Location
17 May, 17:00 – 22:00
The Lucky Pig, Fitzrovia, London, 5 Clipstone St, London W1W 6BB, UK
25% OFF selected cocktails, lager, house wine, Prosecco and Pizza. 5pm to 9pm.
Establishing himself as one of music’s most exciting new voices of Outlaw Country in the United Kingdom, James Dunne is channeling the darker sub genre of Country music, carrying on the torch from the weathered, authentic and unapologetic songwriters of the 1980’s. Embracing honest, authentic delivery, and behind a simple musical backdrop, Dunne delivers a raw truth in his story telling.
Dunne returns this year with follow up single ‘Black Train’ from his upcoming EP with the aim to ignite the fire in others too afraid to speak out and say exactly what they want to say and remove the stigma around what you should be singing about to ‘tick the boxes’ to create popular Country music.
Lisa Murray is a singer/songwriter, music producer and multi-disciplinary artist from Ireland. Her music combines autobiographical story telling with her unique production skills to craft relatable music that deals with themes from heartbreak to modern womanhood. Her tuneful songs resonate with listeners on an emotional level, taking inspiration from renowned pop voices such as Taylor Swift, Sigrid and First Aid Kit. Lisa has been making waves in the Irish music scene since her 2022 single ‘i unfollowed u’ struck a chord with listeners. Reaching over 3 million impacts on Irish radio, the track landed her spots in the top 200 Irish Shazam Chart and the top 10 Irish Radio Breakers Chart.
Lloyd mcguigan is a British Americana singer/songwriter living on the south coast of the U.K.
Lloyd has taken a unique approach to writing Americana by adding a slice of blue’s & a dash of county mixed with smoky undertones & classic rock riff’s. Influenced by the old & new, his love of music & all genre’s shows how varied Americana music can be.
Folk artist of the year Rob McHale says “Lloyd has a special gift with his voice, stop by and see him!”
By using acoustic & electric guitars on stage with a loop pedal, it gives a feel of not just one man but a whole band.
Fusing the sounds of folk and neo-soul with sharp, relatable lyrics, ZENA is an exciting fresh talent on the South West music scene.
Growing up as part of a musical family with eclectic tastes, and participating in choirs and groups throughout her youth, ZENA finds power in connecting with audiences through performance. Her songs touch on a range of themes from childhood and heartbreak, to politics and society.
Inspired by artists such as Erykah Badu, Amy Winehouse, Fiona Apple and Lianne La Havas, ZENA has worked hard to develop a strong and distinctive vocal with lyrics that meditate on girlhood, womanhood and survival. She has performed at a variety of festivals across the South West including Valley Fest and Sidmouth Folk Festival, and venues in Bristol such as The Fleece, Crofter’s Rights, and The Crown.
In addition to her solo work, ZENA performs with South-West based band, pylø.