For the last 7 years Liverpool has celebrated World Mental Health Day. For this 8th year, Liverpool Mental Health Consortium presents the second Liverpool Mental Health Festival (incorporating World Mental Health Day on October 10th).
Part of the festival includes a day of music, stalls and speeches at Liverpool’s Williamson Square stage (in front of the Liverpool Playhouse Theatre). Lunacorona should be on stage at 12.45pm.
The festival, running from 1st – 14th October, features Music, Dance, Comedy Circus, Visual Arts, Creative Writing, Film, Information, Advice, Training Courses, Workshops & more, happening across the 14 days.
The Patron of the Festival is Bill-Ryder Jones of Liverpool band The Coral.
To find out more about the festival, visit the website of Liverpool Mental Health Consortium.
Friday 22nd September @ The Jacaranda. 21-23 Slater St, Liverpool L1 4BW.
With a 50 year pedigree of supporting the cream of local talent, The Jacaranda is up there with the most infamous basements in town, and once again plays host to a slate of Liverpool’s best up and coming.
Pack in, hit the bar, and raise the roof during our showcase of original music – all free (entry), all night.
Doors at 20:00 (that’s 8pm!)
20:10 – Jamie Clague
20:45 – Lunacorona
21:25 – Black Wax
22:20 – Brick House
23:15 – Cable and the Bay
2016 will mark the sixth anniversary of Wurzle Dubz, a family weekend of music, laughter, Volkswagens and cider come rain or shine. There will be two nights of chilled out bands so you can let your hair down and not worry about anything apart from the fun.
A live take of Star recorded during a rehearsal in Dave’s front room.
We will be playing a charity open mic night raising funds for the Kenyan Orphan Project at MaGuire’s Pizza Bar, 77 Renshaw Street, L1 2SJ on Wednesday September 11th 2013.
Entry – £3 on the door.
We will be joining in with the open mic night in the Albert on Lark Lane this Sunday evening 8th Sept.
It would be great to see you, whether you come down to watch or to play!
We’ve been gigging this one for a while, but never really got round to recording it.
This tune just fell out of the universe like musical smoke.
As Ged would say.
Many a good night was spent at Shell Island under the stars, kids in bed under canvas, while we stayed up, saw shooting stars, played tunes until the wee small hours and drank more than a couple of whiskeys.