• Giant and The georges, Mick Dunne and Emma Moore.

  • Sat, 04-04-2020 at 17:30
  • Studio2 Parr Street
    33-45 Parr Street
    L1 4JN Liverpool
Giant and The georges, Mick Dunne and Emma Moore. - Studio2 Parr Street - Liverpool

Doors open 17.30Free EntryMick Dunne- 20.00-20.30Emma Moore - 20.45-21.15Giant and the Georges 21.30-22.00 22.15-23.00GIANT AND THE GEORGESZingy hook lines, tangy riffs and vocal harmonies sweeter than honey.Giant and the Georges are dynamic performers who specialise in composing peculiar, yet annoyingly catchy tunes! Four piece alternative indie-rock band based in the Black Country, West Midlands (UK).Giant and the Georges is formed of two brothers (the Georges) and a relatively tall man (the Giant). Originally an acoustic trio, the band met their fourth member and thus, discovered electricity!By combining their eclectic range of influences, Giant and the Georges have created an electrifying fusion that is guaranteed to captivate any audiencewww.facebook.com/giantandthegeorgeswww.instagram.com/giantandthegeorgeshttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIdq8dtJvUZ83pmouxV-rLwMick Dunne"A musical journey steeped in tradition and adventure."Mick Dunne hails from the musical talent chest that is Liverpool. Mick's musical journey began around the 2000's, whereby he once was a roadie and a bit part player for scouse band 'The Bandits'. Very much rooted in the indie and rock scene that encompassed the early 2000s, Mick and a few friends fronted another Mersey beat band 'Recluse' and it was around this juncture that Mick began constructing and composing his own songs.A short hiatus from music in 2010 enabled him to concentrate on education and it was around this time that Mick discovered his passion for performing as a solo artist at local open mic nights. Since this, he has never looked back. Mick's name is synonymous on the Merseyside open mic scene and he has, and continues to play, several venues around Merseyside.The last two years has witnessed new avenues, with a more mature writing style than his early years, capturing themes, such as love, loss, emotion and adventure. Mick has opened up his inner self, which is as honest and creative as his acoustic talents. His music is heavily steeped in the style and tradition of solo artists and bands from the indie/Americana scene. Recently, he has played local festival spots as an emerging artist at Sound City and Smithdown Road Festival. Mick is currently working with renowned Wirral based musician/producer Lem Mellor, on his first solo EP and has once again graced the Mersey music scene. His musical influences are well reflected throughout his material and he does not shy away from his history and sound.It's good to be back !"A mature sound but an emerging talent nonetheless" - Scousecast."Songs that connect with his audience with an instantly catchy chorus" - Merseyradio.www.facebook.com/MickDunnemusichttps://soundcloud.com/mick-dunne-2/your-kind-of-love-1https://soundcloud.com/mick-dunne-2/the-girl-with-the-evil-cry-1https://soundcloud.com/mick-dunne-2/my-kind-of-loveEmma Moore Hearing Emma Moore live it’s no surprise that her music journey started as a vocalist.Equally at home serenading audiences with just an acoustic guitar, as leading her band with powerhouse vocals, the British Country songwriter is truly a compelling artist. Bringing charm and sass in equal measure, Moore leaves no emotion un-explored. In fact - we dare you not to feel every word.Hailed as ‘one of the most dynamic voices on the UK country scene’, (Think Country) Moore has been steadily making her mark since the release of her debut album Pilot (recorded here at Parr Street in 2016). The ten track ‘emotionally driven record’ (Maverick Magazine) showcased the softer side of Moore, thoughtfully introducing audiences to her out-of-the-box views. In 2017 the beginnings of the infamous “redhead fire” started to burn, first with ‘Trouble’ then in it’s follow up ‘Southern Belle’. Moore’s favour towards the bold and outspoken continued into 2018 with ‘Good Girl’. The foot-stomping single was played extensively on BBC Introducing, eventually landing in the hands of Bob Harris, who then invited Moore to perform on his stage at the inaugural Long Road Festival.Following a year in London focused almost entirely on songwriting, the Northerner returned to the recording world in 2019 with ‘Dutch Courage’. The Country/Rock track encompasses everything you can expect from an Emma Moore live show - a powerhouse voice soaring through a brutally honest story, and in a way only Moore could write. Instagram and Twitter @emmamoorecoukhttps://www.facebook.com/emmamoorecoukhttps://www.emmamoore.co.uk