Everyone's invited along to the Irish Jam
Wandsworth Radio's The Irish Jam show will broadcast LIVE atThe Grove Bar in Battersea this St Patrick’s Day with a multitude of fantastic guests including the (Irish Mercury Music Prize) 2017 RTE Choice Music Prize Nominated BANTUM. The music producer and Ireland’s answer to Mark Ronson has already collaborated with a range of well known acts and who knows what he’s going to come up with for this very special, rare London appearance.
Top Irish DJ Bantum will also be in battersea for live radio broadcasts and another top signing for this event is Rob Corcoran & The Necessary Evils. It’s hard to categorise London based Dubliner Rob Corcoran’s music by genre. He sings and he writes songs but he’s not the typical singer-songwriter. He is clearly influenced by vintage American and Irish folk but he’s in no way a folk singer in the traditional sense. He played The Beehive in Battersea on Patrick's Day last year to a packed pub.
Knoxville Morning will also perform LIVE at The Grove and on Wandsworth Radio with the heart-on-sleeve acoustic folk they're known for. They released a self titled album in 2012 based on songs inspired by an American road trip.
Also appearing is Swimmers Jackson, the solo project of The Irish Jam's very own presenter Niall Jackson who, in case you didn't know, is a very accomplished musician.
You can hear the show LIVE on WandsworthRadio.com or feature on the show - presented by The Irish Jam’s creators Kealan Duignan and fellow presenter Niall Jackson - in person.
The free event starts at 6pm and goes on till Midnight at The Grove Bar in Battersea Park Road, a venue which is building a reputation for live music performances and supporting live bands and new acts. It's a few minutes walk from Battersea Park and Queenstown Road rail stations and a short bus ride from the nearest tube stop at Vauxhall.
February 24, 2017