Kevin Critchley Outfit - Liverpool
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Kevin Critchley Outfit – Liverpool, October 21st

Kevin Critchley Outfit
Featuring special guests Christoph Demetriou, Greta Svabo Bech, Kaya, Grethe Børsum, Deafen The Creatures, Shy & The Fight, Bird
Friday, October 21st
The Masque Theatre
90 Seel Street
L1 4BH

Kevin Critchley Outfit  will be performing with  Sense Of Sound Singers  and an extended string section in an ambitious live show on an unprecedented scale for an unsigned band.    The night will see  KCO  unveil their new band name and launch a limited edition EP containing live recordings and material from a forthcoming studio album. 
With a performance at  Chester Rocks  described as the “…highlight of the day…” (Liverpool Live) as the band “…stole the show…” (Radio City),  KCO have continued to up the ante with a support slot for  Sharon Corr  on the Liverpool leg of her UK tour.    Their line up – cello and violins alongside drums, piano, bass, guitar and vocals-    results in a truly original sound that blends film soundtrack, world music and energetic acoustic rock.    

Singing alongside  KCO  will be members of  Sense of Sound Singers.    The choir have been previously involved in performances with  Brian Eno, Damon Albarn  and  Massive Attack  in support of Greenpeace,  Seal  and  John Bon Jovi  at  The Royal Variety Show  and grand finalists for  BBC “Choir of the Year” competition.    

Amongst the special guests on stage with  KCO  are violinists  Christoph Demetriou  (Shrek 2/Counting Crows, Seal, Jessicas Ghost)  and  Greta Svabo Bech  (Picture Book),  as well as backing vocals from Norwegian singers  Kaya  and  Grethe  Børsum.
The night will also showcase three other diverse acts that KCO have chosen especially for this event. Deafen The Creatures  are an acoustic/electronic 4 piece whose singer Elle won  MOJO’s “New Voice Award 2011”. Shy & The Fight, from Chester and Wrexham, recently had airplay on  BBC Radio 1 and featured on the  Jack Wills  summer advertising campaign this year and whose more soulful nu-folk has made the band firm favourites with  BBC Radio Wales. Finally,  Bird  will be performing their unique brand of atmospheric folk, which fuses influences as broad as PJ Harvey, Portishead, Bat for Lashes and Kate Bush.
KCO  have also had the pleasure of supporting artists as diverse as  Seth Lakeman, Mark Morriss (Bluetones), Ian McNabb, Amsterdam  and  Mica Paris.     

Tickets are available now by following this link.

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