Show at tal­ent con­test

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IN a week when a song proven in court to be a bla­tant pla­gia­rism (rip off) goes on to win Best Song in the 2015 Grammy like to warn any­body who ever gets a Grammy nom­i­na­tion to se­ri­ously ques­tion the in­tegrity of their mu­sic.

On that note, may draw your at­ten­tion to Beer, win­ner in the un­der-18s cat­e­gory of the Hilling­don’s Hid­den Tal­ent con­test held at the Compass Theatre,

re­cently, a tour­na­ment of tal­ent of which was hon­oured to be able to join the panel of judges.

com­po­si­tion was po­etic and his per­for­mance was so breath­tak­ingly poignant that it pushed him out by a neck against the fierce com­pe­ti­tion. Re­mem­ber that name.

There will be a Hilling­don band of indie mods with a mod­ern ex­cit­ing edge called Moxie Kicks strut­ting their stuff at The Crown and Treaty this Fri­day 20th Fe­bru­ary.

Their sin­gle ‘Soul For You’, which to­tally grooves, has been amass­ing 10,000 views per month on YouTube since its post­ing back in July last year and be­lieve Fri­day’s gig at the Ox­ford Road pub will be their de­but on home turf.

They con­sist of lo­cal pro­ducer, singer, pi­anist and gui­tarist Jamie Brown and his singing side­kick

IIIChar­lie Free­man, whose vo­cal style could be likened to that of Paul Weller or Joe Jack­son. Sup­port is promised but yet to be an­nounced. free be­fore 10pm and £5 af­ter. You’re spoilt for choice on Fri­day be­cause it’s band night back at the Compass Theatre, Hot on the bill are: Band of King. Fronted by a boss en­ter­tainer and song­writer by the name of King whose ma­te­rial ranges from soul to rock to rap and all stops in be­tween. favourite at lo­cal events and on my Tues­day night ra­dio show.

The Wat­ford’s psy­che­delic, indie mods have an at­mo­spheric qual­ity which con­jures up an indie-fied Pink Floyd.

are an all girl band from Cran­ford who pos­sess not only bucket loads of class and glam­our but can also belt out tight tunes cov­er­ing the rock and dub gen­res.

AFri­day, Fe­bru­ary 20 Stu­art’s Sinatra Trib­ute @ The Crown, High Street, Cowley KD Band @ Hayes Work­ing­mens Club, Pump

Hayes CCN7 @ The Brook House, King­shill Hayes

Trib­ute @ Tropic, Grosvenor Vale, Ruis­lip Replica Rock­a­holics @ The Black Horse, High Road,

Satur­day, Fe­bru­ary 21 Un­der­sound @ The Crown and Treaty, Ox­ford Road, Uxbridge Wild Roots @ The Six Bells, Sta­tion Road, West

Mojo @ Hayes Work­ing­mens Club, Pump Hayes Mixed Com­pany @ The Gen­eral

St Johns Road, Uxbridge

Triplets from Outta Space are ac­tu­ally from Ruis­lip and have an ar­ray of in­ter­est­ing ma­te­rial from ska to quirky pop but al­ways well writ­ten and of­ten amus­ing.

Prices are £5 in ad­vance plus a per-trans­ac­tion fee of £1.25 when

8pm Tues­days @ The Old Crown, Sta­tion Road, Hayes Town 9pm Wed­nes­days @ The White Bear, Ruis­lip 6.30pm Thurs­days @ Har­ris

Hoole Cof­fee Shop, opp Uxbridge Sta­tion 8pm First Thurs­day of each month @ The Crown Treaty, Ox­ford Road, Uxbridge 8pm Last Thurs­day of each month @ The Brook House, King­shill Hayes booked on­line or £1.75 off­line.

For un­der 18s it is £4 plus a per-trans­ac­tion fee of £1.25 when booked on­line or £1.75 off­line.

On the door cost is £7 plus a per-trans­ac­tion fee of £1.25 when booked on­line or £1.75 off­line.

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