Delighted to return to The Hard Rock Cafe for Youth Music's Give A Gig Week 2019.
Success Express prresents a very special lineup celebrating Rock with a super special lineup of four amazing and varied Rock Bands, with special sets just for Hard Rock Cafe:
London rockers KILLIT have been bringing their brand of modern edged classic rock to the UK, playing Ramblin Man Fair, Hard Rock Hell, Giants of Rock, o2 academy, electric ballroom and sell out shows at London’s Underworld. A recent tour with metal legends Diamond Head introduced the band to new fanS AND UPCOMING SHOWS INCLUDING a support for skid row in 2019 will showcase material from the upcoming album.
“...rocks heavy and rocks hard, but also brings the melodies, the vocals (such vocals!), and lyrics to prove that there’s more going on under the hood here than just rock and roll brawn...” - Realrockandroll
“...there’s a lot to like here and this band do have something different to offer.” - Metaltalk
Vambo’s inspiration stems back to the hard rock of the 70s, at the same time they remain contemporary in both songwriting and recording.
Their material is organic, dynamic and overflowing with raw energy and power reflecting the outstanding musicality within the band. Great, original rock music performed by 4 musicians of the highest calibre.
London based, Yorkshire raised artist Izzy Thomas flaunts a fresh sound of alt pop/rock, blended by powerhouse blues vocals and a fusion of hip hop beats.
Izzy has left her mark in venues around the world, gracing iconic stages from UK Arenas, to LA's Hotel Cafe, to Nashvilles Tootsies, and many more. The BBC have also supported, with interviews/radio plays (BBC Asian Network & West Yorkshire).
The artist is set for an exciting 2019, with the release of her debut single ‘Trouble (Pull That Trigger)’ premiered by the official Billboard, and now available to purchase worldwide, along with a string of full band shows to follow this year.
THE DARK LIGHT
he Dark Light are a Rock and Roll band based in London. They meld the best elements of The Stooges, Rolling Stones and The Beatles, then mix in a myriad of mesmerising melodies along with singer Gerard Edwards’ distinctive, raucous vocals to create their singular sound.