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Peace Productions Presents: Acoustic Showcase at The Brewhouse
Saturday, January 27th, 2018
8:30 PM
Peace Productions Presents: Acoustic Showcase at The Brewhouse FREE ENTRY MUSIC STARTS AT 8:30pm We're very happy to present our first acoustic night at the Queen St. Brewhouse in Colchester. We'll be showcasing only the finest local talent on a monthly basis. Plus for this special show we will be celebrating the birthday of Laurence Crow a.k.a Wolfe Sunday! BRIDGE THE DARK Stripped back acoustic grunge, metal and blues. Three-piece original acoustic band from London and Essex. With influences that include Editors; Alice in Chains; Incubus; Slipknot; White Stripes; Pearl Jam; Pantera; Graveltones; John J Priestley; Foo Fighters; Cold; Slash MR HAPPY CHAINSAW Mr Happy Chainsaw are a 4 piece pop punk rock band from Essex who were formed in early 2004. Born into a local music scene dominated by metal and emo with a band name based on the Alkaline Trio song "Mr Chainsaw", Mr Happy Chainsaw brought catchy sing along choruses, punchy guitar riffs, funky smooth bass lines and rhythmic flowing drums. Over the years Mr Happy Chainsaw have taken their catchy rock music all over the UK playing with some of the best UK bands of old and new with likes of The Vibrators, UK Subs, Madness, TAT, New Town Kings, My Awesome Compilation, Koopa, We Are The Ocean, INME and Enter Shikari all having shared a stage with the Essex quartet. After 5 years of gigging, recording numerous CDs and winning Colchester Battle of The Bands, Mr Happy Chainsaw went on hiatus in 2009 due to personal reasons. But 2016 sees the return of Mr Happy Chainsaw after 7 years away. Back with a new drummer, new songs and new gigs. WOLFE SUNDAY (p.s. It's his birthday so come celebrate with him!) Wolfe Sunday is the stage name for songwriter Laurence Crow. With a high energy stage show and intelligently written lyrics about life on the road, Wolfe Sunday is not a live act to be missed. Imagine if Kimya Dawson had a baby with Beans On Toast and brought the boy up listening to Motörhead. Now give that boy an acoustic guitar and send him into the world to fend for himself. The result could well have been Laurence Crow, the man behind one of the most exciting musicians on the UK DIY scene today – Wolfe Sunday