Blurred Vision / Mollie Marriott / Liv Austen / Jesse Smith - Concert For Centrepoint
Blurred Vision + Mollie Marriott + Liv Austen + Jesse Smith
Entry Requirements: 18+ after 7pm
Open Eyes Records presents Concert For Centrepoint.
Centrepoint is a fantastic charity that helps ends youth homelessness.
As we face a difficult winter financially, many will be forced out of their homes and in need of help.
With some incredible artists from all over the world, join us as we use the power of music to unite together and help those in need.
For the past year, Blurred Vision's Iranian born singer/songwriter Sepp Osley and drummer Jake Bradford Sharp have been working on and co-producing what will be the band's highly anticipated 3rd studio album and the first release from the new lineup of the group.
Be the very first to hear and get a taste of the genre defying journey of what's to come from the band as songs are set to the uplifting sounds of ancient Persian instruments, melodies and rhythms and combined with electronic beats, giant synths, orchestral scores and wall of sound guitars all on the foundation of a hard hitting Rock 'n' Roll band acclaimed for their "stadium sound" prowess (Record Collector Mag).
Proving she can Rock like her father, Mollie at the tender age of 15 was asked by Liam Gallagher himself to record some vocals on demos for the Oasis album Heathen Chemistry.
Mollie sang at the Astoria London tribute to her late father Steve performing with Noel Gallagher, Zak Starkey & Deborah Bonham and at The Royal Albert Hall with the legendary Ronnie Wood and Paul Weller as part of the Ronnie lane Memorial Concert. She later went on to support Paul on tour in 2017.
Mollie has also worked live with Joe Brown and his band before having been involved with a week run at the Theatre Royal Windsor whilst previewing the songs for the Musical 'Skiffle' which Joe and Roger Cook have written.
She provided Backing Vocals for The Faces Reunion with Rod Stewart in 2015.
she has also sung backing vocals for Joe Brown, Dennis Locorriere (Dr Hook), Mark Knopfler, Chas and Dave and Jools Holland and as part of Whispering Bobs All Stars for the charity single, Stand By Me, to name a few.
Mollie has shared the stage with The Who, Mick Huckall, Jeff Beck, and with Robert Plant, Van Morrison, Mark Knopfler and Imelda May to celebrate Bill Wymans 80th Birthday.
She was the Vocal Coach and Creative Consultant for the hit show “All or Nothing”, a musical based on the Small Faces which had its West End debut in 2018 as well as several tours of the U.K.
Her debut album Truth Is A Wolf entered the top 10 in the Blues Chart alongside her single release, a duet with band Bad Touch , Baby Get It On.
In the last year, Mollie has performed for Dear John - A concert for War Child alongside Larkin Poe, Lindsay Ell, KT Tunstall, Blurred Vision, John Illsley of Dire Straits and Maxi Jazz. The concert is due for digital release on June 11th 2021.
Also Tapestry Rewoven, a tribute concert for Carole Kings legendary album and Catsong, an online festival celebrating the music of Cat Stevens.
She is currently working on her second album due for release later this year.
Liv Austen's debut album A Moment Of Your Time was released in late 2018. She is gaining new fans by the day since since signing her record deal with London based label NUA, who were captured by her unique, country influenced pop songs and flawless live performances. You will not be surprised to hear she hails from Scandinavia, Norway to be exact - where songwriting skills seem to be in the water.
A Moment Of Your Time received rave reviews from press and fans alike, with music publication Maverick Magazine claiming that five stars were insufficient praise for this "flawless debut". Her latest single Window Shopping has been playlisted on Spotify's own Very Nearly Nashville playlist. She was also featured on Amazon Music's Country Right Now and Best Country of 2018 playlists. But her music goes beyond country, she has shown herself to have "the pop sensibilities to cross over to the widest possible audience" (BBC Radio 2).