On Saturday 18th September, the Ratty Little Fingers and Chay from the Ladykillers are doing our 1st “Tea Club Records” stall at an independent market in Crosby Village (Outside of Blues Bar). Part of the idea behind the Market is helping raise more awareness about Sainsburys demolition of Crosby Village, but also showcasing the up and coming businesses in the area.
So we’ve decided to run a mini record shop selling records etc of local and unsigned artists, as sainsbury’s was very helpful in the closure of Crosby’s independent music shop Quirks Records.
So basically we want as much stuff off local unsigned/signed artists as possible. We will have a record/cd player with us all day and will be playing the various cds from the artists that are on the stall.
We are not making any money from this. We will charge whatever price the artist wants and you will get 100% of the money made, and we will also return any unsold stuff back to you.
So if you are interested please get in touch, either through facebook/myspace/twitter, or txt / ring me on 07725 404 031. And if you know anybody else that may be interested forward them this message or pass my details over.
Also… On the day we are going to be running the tea club records portable recording studio, so we can record/mix/release songs on the day!! Due to the time restriction and the nature of what we are doing, we are looking for mainly acoustic/solo artists, or groups that play well live together.
So anybody that’s interested please get in touch. We will be charging £5 a song which will pay for the CDs to be sold on the stall.
We’ll be there from 9am on the Saturday, so anybody that fancies coming along to just sit off with us and listen to music and check out the Market is very welcome.
Christian (Tea Club Records/The Ratty Little Fingers)
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