By bardesarts1 at 13:19 on 23/10/13
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A GROUP of aspiring musicians will be performing tracks from their debut album at Bar des Arts in Guildford next month (November, 2013).
The Outlanders will be on-stage at the bar, which is located opposite the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre in Millbrook, on Monday, November 18 from 7.30pm.
Feranmi Ogunseyinde, founder and drummer in the group, said: “We are thrilled to be performing at Bar des Arts as part of our autumn tour. We have been playing at venues around the UK in support of our new debut album, ‘Then.Now.Later?’ and we are looking forward to bringing our fresh sound to the audience at the bar.
“As a group we blend jazz, funk, soul and instrumental sounds into expressive tracks. We’re all about having fun and performing with lots of energy so we hope lots of people come along to the bar to check us out. It looks set to be a great night.”
The London-based band formed in January, 2012 and all of the members are aspiring musicians hoping to carve careers for themselves as individuals and as a group in the music industry.
The group is made up of 21-year-old drummer Feranmi, 20-year-old bass player Nathan Bossoh, Manley O’Connor, who is 21-years-old and plays keyboard, 21-year-old Dave Niskin who plays guitar and 19-year-old multi-instrumentalist Joseph Oyelade.
Sara Burks, Co-owner of Bar des Arts, said: “The Outlanders are a refreshing and energetic group and we think they’ll be a huge hit at the bar.
“Acoustic soul artist Jamie Squire will be supporting the band on their tour and will play a 20 minute set at the bar.”
Entry on the night will cost £6 per person. Booking is essential and can be done by calling the bar on 01483 453227.
Bar des Arts is a café by day and a cocktail bar by night. A range of wine, beers, cocktails and soft drinks are available to purchase, along with meat or cheese platters. The bar hosts a variety of events and exhibitions, including live music, dance performances, open mic nights and many more.
Date: Monday, November 18, 2013
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