Tracks Darlington’s Noisy Daughters project champions women and gender minorities in the music industry and on Friday and Saturday 23rd and 24th of September will be bringing their activities to The Forum Music Centre.
On Friday 23rd there will be a gig celebrating strong female voices with Scruffy Bear headlining, special guests Pave The Jungle, and Darlington’s own Eve Conway.
Scruffy Bear melt minds with their monstrous riffs, earth shattering sound and the unreal vocal talents of Georgie Eaton twinned with a serious and stylish attitude. Pave The Jungle are an alt rock two piece from Newcastle who build huge overdriven soundscapes around Rachael Whittle’s swaggering sound. Eve Conway combines the song craft of a country star, writing relatable folk ditties that talk of love, loss and the everyday grind, with the stagecraft of a contemporary urban pop artist, featuring looping vocals and a stylish charm that hypnotises and energises crowds.
Tickets for the gig are available from www.tracksdarlington.co.uk for £6
Thanks to Creative Darlington and Arts Council England for making these events possible.
Address: The Forum Music Studios, Borough Road, Darlington, UK