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EVENT: CALMfest, Jan 29th, LDN.

CALMfest 2015

Thursday 29th January

Venue: Zigfrid von Underbelly, Hoxton Square, London

Doors: 7pm till 11pm (music starts 8pm)

Duo Mouth on a Stick, London’s top ska outfit The Irregulars and rockin’ ukulele band KoaSound come together for a great night of live music in aid of CALM.



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Singer/bassist (Howard) and guitarist (Keith) – both formerly of 80s rock band Liaison – renew their musical relationship in this energetic and fun acoustic duo.

Their set consists of a carefully chosen mix of songs from the 1950s through to the present day from award winning pop singles like Elbow’s One Day Like This and Somebody That I Used To Know by Gotye to pop/rock anthems such as Queen’s Radio Ga Ga and Behind Blue Eyes by The Who.



The Irregulars are a five-piece Ska band based in North London We specialise in the very best versions of early Ska and Rocksteady classics, as well as hits from the 2-Tone era.



Koa Sound band

KoaSound are a seven-piece ukulele-based band from London guaranteed to get your party rocking!

Combining four ukes with three-part vocal harmonies, bass and drums, you’ve never heard the humble ukulele sound quite like this before.

With sets covering soul, disco, rock and pop, two-tone classics and R’n’B, we’ve got the repertoire to suit all tastes – from Fleetwood Mac, Dolly Parton, The Beat and The Supremes, to Outkast, R Kelly, The Killers, Thin Lizzy and Daft Punk.

There will also be some fab prizes – books, booze, beauty products and more to be won in our raffle!


£10 each – £9.10 of which goes straight to CALM!

You can buy tickets on Eventbrite or  Facebook


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