Damnably & Vacilando ’68 present: Tom Brosseau live at MOKA EAST (Stratford/Olympic Park/Pudding Mill Lane)

Damnably & Vacilando ’68 present an Exclusive London  Tom Brosseau show.
Friday Sept 18th @ MOKA EAST (Stratford/Olympic Park/Pudding Mill Lane)
SOLD OUT of Advance £8 Tickets but there are 10 Tickets x £10 available @ http://www.wegottickets.com/event/332087

Doors 6pm

Show times

Capt.Lovelace: 6:30-7:00pm,
Russell and the Wolf Choir 7:15-7:45pm,
Marianne Dissard: 8:00-8:45pm,
Tom Brosseau: 9:00-9:45pm

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Tom Brosseau
Tom Brosseau, North Dakota-born, LA-based songwriter and singer, learned acoustic guitar
from his grandmother. He has toured Japan, Canada, Portugal, Iceland, Australia; performed
in bars, backyards, grand halls, subways, theaters, old folks homes; exchanged songs and
poetry with many talented folks, including Susan Orlean, Ramblin’ Jack Elliott, Patrick
Marber, and the late Sam Hinton.

Perfect Abandon is Tom Brosseau’s new album released on our friends’ Tin Angel Records label out of Coventry.
John Parish (PJ Harvey, Sparklehorse, Peggy Sue) produced Perfect Abandon in Bristol, England. Ali Chant recorded Tom and the band –
David Butler 2-piece drum kit, Joe Carvell double bass and Ben Reynolds Stratocaster guitar
– on a wooden theater stage, using only a single mic.

4 (of 5) stars: Financial Times, Perfect Abandon
“North Dakota troubadour brings stark, trembling beauty to folky acoustic pop. The world is
better for it.” MOJO Magazine – Danny Eccleston
“No artist possesses the same peculiar qualities as Brosseau…. The power of his performing
persona is so strong that he can pervade the whole room with his subjective existence,
making time-warped acolytes out of his audience.” – BBC.com

 

Supporting Artists
Marianne Dissard (Vacilando ’68)
French chanteuse from Tucson Arizona, Marianne Dissard wrote and recorded her first three albums with members of Giant Sand and Calexico. She now resides in sunny Europe.

Russell & The Wolf Choir
Romford’s very own Russell & The Wolf Choir sit somewhere on the same 25 Bus as Kevin Devine, Geoff Farina and Billy Bragg, this is straight from the heart music from a long tradition of Essex balladeers.

Capt.Lovelace (Damnably)
Born in Arcachon Bay France, Beatrice settled in Norway then returned to France and Bordeaux at 20, and now resides in Brighton. An adventurer, in love with the quaint European rail network that serves as an escape from the geeky computing world she inhabits for a living. ‘Capt. Lovelace’ refers as much to pornographic actress Linda Lovelace as the world’s first computer programmer Ada Lovelace. Her Debut release will be /* Preview Pane */ – a TAPE EP on Damnably released this August.
Are you ready to ride with her?