Indi & the Vegas to headline Live Music Project concert in St Albans
PUBLISHED: 20:12 24 October 2014 | UPDATED: 20:12 24 October 2014
Indi & The Vegas will be playing a show for The Live Music Project in St Albans this weekend.
They will be headlining at Trestle Arts Base, in Russet Drive, on Saturday, October 25.
Indi & the Vegas, who describe themselves as “Queen meets Prince and jams through the Jackson 5’s greatest hits”, went down a storm last time they played at Trestle.
The band will be supported by The Metatrons, Broken Boat and Li-Li.
The Metatrons were formed in 2009 in Hitchin. They have been described as “delectable skewed fuzz-pop” and recently supported Steve Cradock, of Ocean Colour Scene and Paul Weller fame, at Harpenden Public Halls.
Broken Boat are characterised by their playful approach to music. Jumping from intimate folk ballads through country, blues and pop they have arrived at an infectious sound that whilst unique, you somehow feel you grew up listening to.
Li-Li is a solo artist who performs melodic, jazzy, original songs.
Based in St Albans, she is currently working on her first album and this will be her Trestle debut.
It is free entry, but donations are welcome, and doors are at 7.30pm.
* For more details, visit www.trestle.org.uk