One of the North East’s most exciting musical duos Just SO will be headlining this spectacular night of live music at one of Newcastle’s coolest venues, the legendary Anarchy Brewery.
The pair of David Stanyer and Olivia Morley will be taking to the brewery stage on Friday 24 September, blasting out their unique brand of indie pop that’s made them one of the most in-demand bands in the North East over the past five years.
They’ll be rocking the venue with a mixture of old favourites and brand new tracks from their forthcoming second album that we just can’t wait to hear live in all of its glory.
Just SO will have support from two extremely talented up and coming local acts, Dawson & Dixon and Revolution One.
Dawson & Dixon is a new project from the Black Acid Mavericks & Smokin’ Barrels lead singer Chris Dawson and bass guitarist Josh Dixon. Incorporating a mix of feel-good anthems and infectious melodies they are sure to get the Anarchy Brewery dance floor moving.
Revolution One are young guns on the North East music scene, a brand new band made up of four 17-year-old A-Level students from Whitley High School headed by promising singer-songwriter Gabriel Bales.
Their set promises to be a mix of original songs and covers of soft rock classics. Their original tracks are filled with vibrant riffs and cool melodies that certainly make them ones to watch this year.
We recommend taking this opportunity to catch them live before they explode onto the national scene with gusto.
We can’t wait to get down to this one and experience the majesty and atmosphere that only live music can bring. A couple of freshly brewed pints from Anarchy will go down a treat too.
We’ll see you there music lovers!
Get your tickets now via facebook.com/JustSOmusic