Fans of singer/songwriters Jess Kemp and David Gorman will be thrilled at this double bubble news that they will be co-headlining a gig at top city venue, The Deaf Institute, on 18 May 2018.
Each will be individually taking to that iconic stage with a full band, to launch some brand new music to treat the senses!
Readers of this blog will be familiar with Jess’s work, having recently sold out The Whiskey Jar.
From her debut single Stars, to her debut EP Camden, Jess went onto headline small spaces round the city such as Manchester Academy 3.
However it was the release of VondelPark last year, which catapulted Jess to stages such as Kendal Calling and Bluedot, as well as recently picking up ‘Best Songwriter’ at the Unsigned Music Awards.
Clint Boon said
I was knocked out the first time I saw Jess Kemp perform live.
She’s not just a world-class songwriter, she’s a fantastic performer.
Who are we to argue with Clint?! Head over to hear Jess’s new singles No Shouting and On the Ground on the 18th.
If you’re a fan of Mumford & Sons, Benjamin Francis Leftwich and Sunday mornings, David Gorman is most definitely for you.
David has already enjoyed a fantastic year so far, starting with a nomination from the Bolton FM Unsigned Show for the ‘Best Male Solo Act of 2017’ and having his latest release Another Midnight long-listed by The Unsigned Music Awards for ‘Best Produced Record of the Year’.
Having already played gigs around the country including London, York, Leeds, Liverpool and Sheffield, he’s back to Manchester and taking to The Deaf Institute stage on 18 May to launch brand new single Chicago is Calling, featuring the beautiful harmonies and finger-picking style style synonymous with his music.
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So what are you waiting for Manchester ?
To book to see both amazing talents on 18 May 2018 at The Deaf Institute, click on the link below:
Doors open at 7pm and tickets are on sale for £6 each.