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West Berks bands showcase for four rising stars





NEWBURY’S vibrant live music venue Arlington Arts hosts a showcase of some of the most exciting local music talent from West Berkshire and surrounding areas on Saturday.

The rising stars performing are Who Ate All The Crayons, No Good Sons, Revenant and Small Town Saviours.

Who Ate All The Crayons
Who Ate All The Crayons

Who Ate All The Crayons draw influences from Rainbow Kitten Surprise, The Howl and the Hum, and Mumford and Sons. Band members Harry Stradling (Lead Vocals), Lee Smith (Percussion), George Jackson (Lead Guitar) and Luke Newman (Bass Guitar) incorporate infectious melodies wringing with emotion, ear-worm hooks and anthemic vocals.

See ‘newbury today feature newburytoday.co.uk/news/whats-in-a-name-who-ate-all-the-crayons-9326200/

No Good Sons
No Good Sons

No Good Sons are a four-piece rock band who are as known for their blistering live shows as they are for the inability to pigeon-hole them into any specific category. Although ‘Rock’ would be the easiest and broadest category to place them, No Good Sons draw from a wide range of influences such as metal, hard rock, country, funk, AOR, arena rock and southern rock.

Revenant
Revenant

Revenant are influenced by the classic Blues rock sounds of bands such as Bad Company and Free, Big River have gone from strength to strength in recent years. They have built up a solid fanbase through their live gigging, performing at legendary venues including London’s The 100 Club. Big River’s support slots to date include Kris Barras, Cats in Space and US artists Little Caesar, Marco Mendoza, John Corabi, Doug Aldrich and The Cold Stares.

Small Town Saviours
Small Town Saviours

Buoyant energy, gigantic riffs, contagious choruses, and melodic harmonies are the key fundamentals to Small Town Saviours infectious sound. The band have built a solid reputation by delivering explosive live performances backed with a potent back catalogue.

Tickets can be booked online and from the box office during opening hours (10am-4.30pm weekdays) or over the phone.

The venue box office and bar accept both card and cash payments. Please note that there is no cash machine on site. For carer tickets and accessible seating, please call 01635 244 246 or email boxoffice@arlingtonarts.co.uk




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