Bringing live music back to Ealing's town cenre
Live Music is set to become a regular feature once again in Ealing.
Funded by the Arts Council of England and promoted by a social enterprise known as The Ealing Club Community Interest Company, 'Ealing Eclectic' will demonstrate high quality music can be a regular and sustainable feature in a town centre.
Music lovers of all ages and backgrounds will hear a mixture of emerging local artists together with established veterans well versed in Ealing's Rock and Blues. Cutting edge World Music acts will also be introduced into the mix.
No doubt electric guitars, bass and pounding drums will find a place amongst the occasional sounds of acoustic guitars and pianos. After all, Ealing has played it's part in formation of bands such as The Rolling Stones, The Who and Queen and many more.
Keith Richards, guitarist of the Rolling Stones has recently added more credence to Ealing's "Cradle of British Rock Music" status by declaring that his first ever live performance took place in Ealing.
It is hoped 'EALING ECLECTIC' will continue to add awareness of this unique music heritage that can generate considerable worldwide interest while fostering musical innovation for the present and future.
Ealing Eclectic will 'warm-up' on the 26th September 2015 at The Drapers Arms from 7.00 pm onwards.
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17th September 2015