Back On The Road
Back on the Road
The Underground Music Club and The Harlington have joined forces to get live music, ‘Back on the Road’. After months of enforced inactivity, it is now time to get live music back on stage in a safe environment.
There will be rules to ensure your safety and of course greatly reduced numbers, but with the quality of bands we are assembling these will be shows to remember.
Check out the gig list below and get booking for what promises to be memorable afternoons at The Harlington
The Underground Music Club
The Underground Music Club are a collaboration of real music fans whose soul purpose is to bring quality live music to genuine music fans. They have hosted gigs in a variety of venues, including private houses and gardens, bars, village halls and established larger venues. Over the last four years they have hosted many ‘underground’ gigs, showcasing both established and emerging artists.
Alan Bates who formed the club says “It’s live music at its raw best. Quality musicians performing up close and personal with a knowledgeable and restful audience. We are not in this to make money, but simply to give a platform where artists can play in an environment where people really want to listen”
TUMC have assembled some of their friends for this run of very special intimate shows and together with The Harlington are getting live music, Back on the Road.
Back on the road with...
Elles Bailey (Full Band)
Date: Sunday 28th November
(original date: Sunday 22nd November 2020 & 10th January 2021)
Doors: 2:15pm / Show: 3:00pm
Tickets: £17.50 Seated / Unreserved
(Due to social distancing you must buy a whole table for your household bubble, up to 2, 4 or 6 people)
2020 started with a bang for the super-smoky-voiced, hard-working, far-touring, chanteuse Elles Bailey when “Little Piece of Heaven” written with storied Memphis and Nashville giant Bobby Wood & Dan Auerbach (of The Black Keys) picked up ‘UK Song of the Year’ at the UK Americana Awards. It’s taken from her chart-topping sophomore album ‘Road I Call Home’ which was released to rave reviews and awarded ‘Album of the Year’ at the UK Blues Awards.
The album charted in both the Official UK Country Charts & Americana charts, has gained over 2.4 million streams since its release and reached No.1 on the Amazon Blues Bestseller chart. Adding to Elles’ string of awards she also picked up the high accolade of ‘Artist of the Year ‘at the UK Blues Awards. As a self-confessed ‘rolling stone’-Elles continued her wide-ranging headline touring throughout the UK and Europe in 2019 and early 2020.