Love Arts Music - in real life!
Time & Location
About the event
Love Arts & Cloth Cat are working together to bring you a selection of the best musicians in Leeds, all of them with a connection to mental health.
This ticket will reserve a place at an outdoor table at the Pack Horse. If the pub has to close to the public this event will go purely online.
Cloth Cat have been working Arts & Minds to provide music in mental health inpatient services; some of the artists who have done this will be appearing at this gig and will talk about their own experiences. Other musicians will be appearing from different projects in the city.
Join us for an act or two - or for the whole event. It's up to you!
Acts confirmed (click on each for a link to more information):
Tessa Smith 4pm
As a musician, band leader, choir leader and singing teacher, Tessa brings enjoyment and positivity to everything she does. Through her bands, she plays pre WW2 vintage swing and jazz. Her performances supporting people in care around Leeds have gone down a storm
Sian Ashby 4.30pm
Sian will be playing a range of songs from some popular sing along guitar songs like Johnny Cash to some instrumental jazz and gypsy music from Eastern Europe.
Dave Lynch 5pm
Dave is a solo acoustic guitarist mixing fingerstyle and fret tapping techniques to craft emotive songs. He also has deep seated roots within the mental health field whether that was as part of the Highroyd's Memorial Garden group, the joint organiser of the Instrumental night or his new role at Advonet.
Alice Nicholls 5.30pm
Downtuned guitars; untuned pianos; many, many (many) strings; unapologetically real lyrics; everything under the acoustic umbrella.
Ben Buddy Slack 6pm
Lead singer and guitarist with The Blind Dead McJones Band plays solo with a set of blues rock. He's also been really busy with The Swan Song Proect, supporting people through music as part of their end of life care.
Kell Boyle 6.30pm
The all round amazing and creative Kell Boyle will be swooning us with their emotive rockish landscapes, using a selection of guitar pedals, that wouldn't feel out of place on a 4AD record!
Steve Travers 7pm
As part of the trio Hatchet, Pike & Gun, Steve plays an eclectic mix of Celtic folk music and jazz but he's also able to play some classic covers. He's been entertaining patients for Cloth Cat over the last few months at mental health units around Leeds.
Nicky Bray 7.30pm
Creative, interactive and very funny, Nicky seems to have more fingers in pies than most within the Leeds music scene. She will keep you entertained with her wit-filled songs but you just have to keep listening for fear of missing something! She's also working for Bringing It All Back Home, a music and wellbeing project based at Old Chapel Studios in Holbeck.
Lisa's beautiful voice and laid-back style make her a pleasure to listen to. She's a great storyteller which brings he songs to life and include songs about curious things such as cats and spiders!
Lewis Pugh 8.30pm
Lewis Burner is influenced by everything from bluegrass and country through to punk and rock n roll. In 2018, Lewis released “Dog Songs”, an album featuring themes of recovery from depression and the tragedy of the Bradford Stadium fire.
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