Ok so Tonight will be at the Hard Rock Cafe covering Hard Rock Fashion show and Live Music.
Celebrating London Fashion week, join us for what promises to be a very special preview of some of the latest Hard Rock fashions available from our Rock Shop as well as an exclusive showcase of winter and spring fashions!
Live music line up from 8pm:
8.10pm – Nadia Sheikh
Picture an amalgamation of delicate vocals and ominous indie rock. Vocal lines that shift from airy to powerful in the split of a second. Nadia Sheikh is a genre chameleon that mixes strong indie rock tracks with timeless pop tunes and heartfelt acoustic songs. Quirky melodies and catchy choruses that stick with you. With an impressive cultural background, the half British, half Spanish artist has the power to captivate you with her haunting voice.
With a debut EP and an array of singles, Nadia is set to make her mark on the music scene. The last year has seen Nadia release a collaboration with Jamie Morrison (soul of Pop Morrison and drummer in Stereophonics), being tipped as one of This Feeling’s ‘Big in 2018’ artists, perform all around the UK and Spain, and the Isle of Wight Festival.
With an upcoming performance at FIB (Benicassim festival) and a new set of songs ready to go into the studio, 2018 can’t seem anything but exciting.
8.35pm – Bad Day Blues Band
From recording in Abbey Road to wowing the crowds at The Isle of Wight Festival, BDBB are ferocious live performers and showmen, dedicated to
giving audiences an experience they’ll never forget. Pushing boundaries and merging genres from blues to rock to country and
soul, smelting them into a unique style that can only be BDBB. Established in 2016, Bad Day have already reached number 1 in the iTunes blues chart with hit single ‘Late night sister’ and won over some very notable friends, endorsing international companies such as Orange, Ernie Ball, Gamma, Seydel, Blackstar and Laney. They play regularly at some of the world’s coolest venues including, The Hard Rock Cafe, The 100 Club, as well as a sell out show in Times Square, NYC supporting grammy award winner Delbert McClinton at the Sony Hall. Bad Day are playing many of the major popular music UK festivals in 2018 such as The Isle of Wight Festival, Black Deer festival and Pennfest, showing their appeal reaches way beyond the genre their name lends itself to. Rock and roll at it’s coolest.
Their new record The Abbey Road Session reached number 5 in the iTunes blues chart on the day of it’s release. It was produced by Chris Bolster (Paul McCartney, Ozzy Osbourne, Foo fighters etc) at Abbey Road studios.
9pm – Anita
Take your need to label everything you listen to and bin it. Anita Sylph comes from years of expressions through jazz, grunge, metal, pop punk, prog and (therefore) eclectic vocals. After hitting several stages in London and collaborations with Lost Outrider’s synthwave vibes and the industrial project , there she is with multi-instrumentalist Koby Israelite, with whom she created the experimental rock duo “Nunheads”.
She left the outskirts of Milan in 2015 to pursue her music career and feed her hunger for new sounds and concepts.
Anita Sylph is music of passion, not to please everyone’s taste, but sure thing you’ll be raptured by the quality of her motley skills and personality.
9.25pm – Hannah Paris
Hannah Paris is a UK Country-Pop- Rock artist. Hannah performs solo as well as also fronting a 4 piece band of the same name. Hannah is making big waves in the UK Country scene; having enjoyed extensive BBC radio airplay and lots of radio play around Europe. Her music has had over 150,000 streams on Spotify which is a huge achievement for an unsigned artist. She spent the winter writing new material which has moved away from her earlier ballads to a much larger sound. Hannah has released 3 singles in as many months and every new track is refining her sound further. Hannah has appeared at many iconic venues including The Hard Rock Cafe (London), The Green Note (Camden, London), and has entertained the crowds at some of the biggest festivals all over the UK this summer including the Isle of Wight Festival.
9.50pm – Jem
Jem loves playing music and started Busking a few years back, getting baptised by the streets of London! "I started playing paid gigs...indoors. Started getting radio play and a fanbase. Now I travel anywhere my music takes me. I'm over the moon to be a hard rock cafe ambassador! And I'm overwhelmed by the opportunities playing music created. Good things and good people for good times!"
10.15pm – KillIt
Originally hailing from Hungary, Israel, Switzerland and Britain, Killit was founded at the beginning of 2016 and they quickly released their first video for single ‘Shut It Down’ which has to date racked up close to 100K views. Recent shows at Ramblin Man Fair, Giants of rock, Hard Rock Hell and shows with Diamond Head, Reckless Love and sell out shows at London's Underworld.
10.45pm Avocado Sunrise
Avocado Sunrise's anthemic indie vibe has been mesmerising a gathering fan base this summer, entertaining audiences at the Isle of Wight Festival and popular music venues throughout the south coast. Jake's (Guitar & Vocals) distinctive vocals backed by the strong rhythm section of George (Bass) & Finn (Drums) supplemented by Pat's guitar effects aplenty, deliver an infectious hook-driven indie groove. After self-producing their first two tracks, the band recorded additional material at Livingston Studios, London - launching their debut EP this August. Reflecting on their current situation, the band feels that both their song writing and live performances are developing at an exciting pace and are keen to take their music to the next level!