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Kitty, Daisy & Lewis Supported by Carla Lippis

Kitty, Daisy & Lewis Supported by Carla Lippis

7:30pm, Tue 26 March, 2013

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Kentish town siblings, Kitty, Daisy and Lewis have rightfully earned themselves a reputation for being a group of highly talented and original masters of transcendent rock n’ roll. They have cast their distinct musical spell over listeners and critics alike with a sound that whilst deeply rooted in the past hurtles towards an interminable and effervescent future.

From a very young age Kitty, Daisy & Lewis' performances have been blowing away and inspiring audiences, building up an impressive fan base from the likes of Amy Winehouse, Chris Martin and Eagles Of Death Metal to Dustin Hoffman and Ewan McGregor. They have had worldwide success with sold out tours and have opened for Coldplay, Razorlight, Richard Hawley, Jools Holland among others.

At their packed live shows there's no compromise when Kitty's howling harmonica solos backed by Daisy's solid rhythm on a battered snare-drum and Lewis's snapping guitar work drive crowds into a Southern Evangelical frenzy. The trio jump from one instrument to another, which range from piano, lap steel, banjos, ukulele, accordion, xylophone, trombone to name but a few.

Joining them on stage are former Raincoats drummer Ingrid Weiss on upright bass, Daddy Grazz on acoustic guitar, and legendary Jamaican trumpet player Eddie "Tan Tan" Thornton.

 Kitty, Daisy & Lewis are no strangers to our fair shores; they wowed crowds with their performance at the Sydney Festival back in January of this year and also released their sophomore album 'Smoking In Heaven'. Now the young English trio returns bringing their own brand of rhythm and blues, country and gospel to the stage. 

 "The trio will blaze a trail to your heart and set your dancing feet on fire" Dazed & Confused

Check them out online here:  kittydaisyandlewis.com


Supported by singer/songwriter Carla Lippis and her band The Martial Hearts deliver stories of dark rendezvous and heartache, with clever threads of playful undertones. Beautifully penned lyrics sung with maturity over a simple but well constructed fusion of country and soul.