+ Gilbert + Craig McMorrow
THURSDAY 30TH SEPTEMBER 2010
- Doors Open: 7:30 PM - 1:30 AM
- Event Type: Original Music
- Genre: Blues / Rock
Blues / Rock
seed that became BLACK TOOTH was planted back in the early 90’s when
Ramsey Craine met Ben Dunderdale. They formed a solid friendship and
camaraderie based on a mutual love of Blues based rock.
decided to put their as-yet-unnamed project into flight within a few
weeks of their first encounter. They began performing live covering the
classics throughout the ages. After moving to London they Joined forces
with Manx legend Scott Gibbons and Ireland's finest Dean Metcalfe to
complete the band. So they set up a rehearsal studio and starting
hitting the tunes, hard.
Within a short time the boys were on the scene
building up a reputation as great live act with the songs to back it up.
Other / Alternative / Classical
Matthew Gilbert Linley (aka 'Gilbert') is a London-born
drummer/keyboard player who studied classical music and composition at
Oxford University and Goldsmith's College, before writing soundtracks
for film, television and theatre for some years. A debut album
completed in 2007 received excellent reviews and extensive national
radio play, gaining a digital release soon after on the Indie label,
Shifty Disco Records. The music was subsequently performed live by 4/5
people (playing an array of drums/percussion, bass, organs, violins,
horns, singing and spoken word) extensively throughout the UK including
notable sets at the 2007 Green Man Festival, 2008 Loop Festival, and
2009 Southbank Udderbelly.
In 2010 a new album - 'Wahoola!' - was finished. About the new record
Gilbert Linley writes: " I wanted 'Wahoola!' to more obviously feature
the talents of the people who have been performing the first album
live.....especially Maud Waret's vocals and Brian Lee's violin-playing
and zany spoken word monologues".
Gilbert Linley also plays drums in Engineers.
Acoustic / Rock
McMorrow, 25, is a singer-songwriter who has recently moved to London
from Leitrim, Ireland to study Education at Middlesex University. He
started playing music from a very early age, beginning with Irish Trad
music playing the Bodhran (Irish Drum) and singing backing vocals for
various bands in his teens. He has travelled the world as an Irish
dancer and played drums for the Emerald Revellers.
started playing the guitar about two years ago and writing his own
songs, his musical style is somewhere between soft rock and easy
listening and his artistic influences include old Irish Folk songs,
Indie, Rock, R’n’B and singer-songwriters like Ray Lamontange and
He has appeared as a
guest performer at The Live Room and various other venues in North
London, covering songs by The Foo Fighters, The John Butler Trio and
Paula Abdul. He said, “Music has been a passion of mine ever since I
was able to understand what is was.
This is my first gig as a
solo artist and I hope to be doing it for a long time to come! Failing
that, at least I still have my good looks ha ha ha!"