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HotVox Tuesdays at The Lucky Pig - 3 October 2023
HotVox Tuesdays at The Lucky Pig - 3 October 2023

Tue, 03 Oct


The Lucky Pig, Fitzrovia, London

HotVox Tuesdays at The Lucky Pig - 3 October 2023

HOT VOX Presents: Hannah Weedall // Seán Finn // Bianca Watts // L.A. Mattisse HotVox are at the Lucky Pig on Tuesdays breaking new talent and showcasing up and coming artists. See full details for listings and details of tonights artists...

Time & Location

03 Oct 2023, 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.


Hannah Weedall is an independent artist from The Wirral. With musical influences from the likes of Sam Fender, Declan McKenna and Florence and the Machine, her songs provide catchy hooks for audiences to sing along to. Hannah released her first single, ‘Keep That To Me’, in March this year followed by her second single ‘Helena’.  A consisntant flow of singles are due to be released by Hannah across the next year, with each song demonstrating her artistic progression in the indie-pop genre.

SEÁN FINN Seán Finn is an Irish Singer-Songwriter, that offers heartfelt acoustic ballads on piano and guitar. Mixing elements of folk, jazz and baroque-pop, Seán writes simple yet relatable tunes. Often catchy and endearing, his songs deal with introspective and observational topics, oft hard to discuss.

BIANCA WATTS Bianca began studying the harp at age seven and has been charmed by the instrument ever since. Her passion for music led her to complete her Masters in classical harp at GSMD, with Distinction. However, Bianca’s artistic exploration didn’t stop there. Fuelled by diverse musical tastes, she delved into songwriting, blending her harp with her unique voice. She has performed in renowned venues, including Ronnie Scott’s, Folk Room Records, Q Bar, and the Barbican.

Bianca is committed to using music as a positive tool. She specialises in music-outreach work, leading workshops in prisons, hospitals, refugee camps, schools, centres for people with additional needs and many more communities.


L.A. MATISSE From Lincoln, to Brighton to London, the jazz loving punk witch took inspiration from Beck, . At first with the name L.A. Mattisse, people didn’t know whether she was a SoundCloud rapper or a drag queen. So she became both. Spreading love with whimsical rap and fusing a range of genres. This rare specimen can be found wondering the streets of Camden.


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