Saturday 8th October sees our first Liverpool Acoustic Afternoon at the regular home of our live events, the View Two Gallery on Mathew Street.
It’s taking place in the third floor performance area between 1.00pm and 4.00pm and will be a mix of booked acts and open mic slots. Booked slots can be requested on our facebook event page, and open mic spaces can be claimed on the day – first come, first served.
This event is free to attend, and is a good opportunity to have a relaxing Saturday afternoon drink, check out the art, catch up with the Liverpool Acoustic team, and maybe even take part in the Liverpool Acoustic View Two Songwriting Challenge, the Entry Event for which is taking place at the same time.
The Entry Event for the Liverpool Acoustic View Two Songwriting Challenge is also taking place on the same afternoon – Saturday 8th October – between 12.00pm and 5.00pm.
You can find out more information from our website challenge.liverpoolacoustic.co.ukand there’s a dedicated facebook event page too.
Aaron Lawrence – Let’s Make This Dream Come True reverbnation.com/aaronlawrencethefigure
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Liverpool Acoustic Spotlight #54 – October 2011
If you get the chance, please support your local artists by emailing them, joining their mailing lists, leaving them comments, going to their gigs, and buying their music direct from them where possible. The Liverpool Acoustic Spotlight is produced and presented by Graham Holland on behalf of the Liverpool Acoustic website. It is also available on the Internet courtesy of Art In Liverpool FM (Defnet Media), and is a proud member of the Association of Music Podcasting. The theme music is King of the Faeries by Andrew Ellis from his CD Midnight On The Water.
Graham Holland is the owner and editor of the Liverpool Acoustic website, and runs Liverpool Acoustic’s award-winning live music events with local musician Stuart Todd. In real life he’s a Web Development Officer, has been producing podcasts on a regular basis since July 2006, and runs a number of websites for other organisations. He lives in Wavertree with his husband and their cat Xiao Hei.