Harlequin’s Kiss are joining an absolutely huge line-up at Birmingham’s famous live music venue, The Flapper (recently given a temporary reprieve by developers), on 28th September 2018 at 7.30pm. In an evening titled “A Kiss with Destiny”, the serial show-stealers will be opening a night that includes their old friends Stonehouse Jack, along with Mistrusted and Rebel’s Kiss. Everything is aligning to make this a legendary gig, and you can be there for a mere pittance at £5.
Tickets are available online at ent24.com or save on booking fees by buying your tickets direct from Harlequin’s Kiss. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rebel’s Kiss is a rock-pop originals band in the West Midlands formed by Suz in Feb ’18. Working with Ryan Lowry, Managing Director at So Called Studios as her writing & production partner, Suz brings original songs from her life experience in the last years into a lively and punchy set, with 4 other brilliant musicians.
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Stonehouse Jack are a Birmingham based rock band playing soaring guitar and melodic rhythm with grunge, blues and punk overtones to nourish your rock-loving ears. With a music video and EP in the bag, crowdfunded online, and produced and engineered by George Shilling, the band has recently hit the gig circuit with their twist on classic rock.
Mistrusted are three happy-go lucky souls from grimy Wolverhampton with a healthy contempt for authority and establishment bullshit who still believe in sonic sedition.
The Flapper is on Kingston Row, Birmingham, West Midlands, B1 2NU