Here's what they're saying: It's A Happening Thing! The Shindig! Magazine Lockdown Festival. In our days of no large gatherings of people, maybe it's still possible to have a music festival. Shindig! Magazine is giving it a go with a multi-artist streaming extravaganza on Saturday April 25.
by Jon Davis, Published 2020-04-23
From London to the world, a whole lot of artists both well-known and not-so-well-known will be participating in a kind of virtual festival. Saves us all the boredom of sitting through the stage changes, right?
A link to the event page is below.
Check out this list: Michael Rault, Stone Thieves, RiverChild, Andy Crofts (Paul Weller/The Moons), Sid Griffin (The Long Ryders), JD King, Dream Phases, Paul Orwell, Luther Russell, The Hanging Stars, Karma Sheen, Elephant Stone, Carnival Of Light, Johanna Samuels, Matthews Southern Comfort, Michael Tyack (Circulus), The Hare And Hoofe, Comet Gain, The Young Sinclairs, Ian Skelly (The Coral), Captain Süün, Patricia Atzur, The Blank Tapes, Flower Graves, The Uzi Navon Legacy, Jason Falkner, Triptides, Levitation Room, Tony Malacara, Gloria, Paul Weller, Wally Waller (The Pretty Things), Amon Acid, Lenny Beige, John Howard, GospelbeacH, Mapache, Felix Holt, Odessey & Oracle, Robb Huxley (The Churchill's), The Len Price 3, RnR - Ren Harvieu & Romeo Stodart, Jack Sharp (Wolf People), Roy Apps (Heron), Emma Tricca, Little Barrie, John Myrtle, Leonore Wheatley (The Soundcarriers), The Bongolian, PP Arnold, The Fuzztones, The Galileo 7, Magick Brother & Mystic Sister, The Premonitions, Tess Parks, Black Doldrums W.
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