Hangover Hill & Lighthouse present Live & Unheard - The Bit on the Side
Live at Lighthouse: OUTSIDE.
Cast your mind back to summer festivals, sat outside with a drink, relaxing with friends and soaking up the atmosphere. The anticipation beforehand, the long lazy day listening to music, dancing, leaving your cares behind. Now hold that thought and fast forward to today as you look forward to Live and Unheard 'The Bit on the Side'. Enjoy your very own mini festival afternoon in the intimate amphitheatre at Lighthouse.
Extend your day. If you book for both the daytime and evening events on 3 July you'll pay only £20 for a whole day and evening of chilled music and summer vibes.*
Carley Varley (1pm till 1.40)
Carley Varley (yes that's her real name!) is an acoustic musician based in Bournemouth. After busking on the streets, Carley began to be asked to perform inside venues and has gone on to release her own music. After her Captured Memories EP, Carley is currently recording her Seasons EP, she is very passionate about encouraging others and music.
Marco Di Gaetano (2pm till 2.40)
Marco is a local singer/songwriter, guitarist and loop pedalist from Ringwood who began his music journey as a child performing in local competitions before venturing further afield. He is a bass and baritone singer but his full vocal range spans five octaves when singing in his falsetto/head voice. He enjoys creating songs where he can layer his vocals using his loop pedal to create harmonies that underpin his unique style of music.
Tim Somerfield (3pm till 3.40)
Tim Somerfield (Afro Ninja) is a loop pedal wielding, acoustic guitar toting, singing supremo hailing from Bournemouth on the south coast. He has performed over 1000 shows in the past 4 years alone, boasting an enormous repertoire, alongside the kind of diversity and musical flexibility few can match. You will find your new favourite songs, cleverly crafted and powerfully delivered, in what is always a mind-blowing set.
Jazz Wrann and The Ruby Welts (4pm till 5pm)
JAZZ WRANN & THE RUBY WELTS are a five piece party band, guaranteed to fill the dance floor & leave the audience shouting for more. Soulful vocals; Punchy upright bass; Catchy cajon & bodran; Acoustic guitar; & harmonicas creating infectious folk and country melodies and rhythms. In a nutshell there is no way you can watch this band and not have a great time!
Enjoy an evening of live music as Live and Unheard heads outside. Enjoy your very own mini festival and book for the daytime and evening performances on 3 July and pay only £20 for a day of chilled music and summer vibes.*
Lee Rasdell Dove
Singer Songwriter Lee Rasdall-Dove performs with full band for the first time in 4 years, with an all new line up and a range of new originals! With a wide mix of genres described as easy listening folk to pop-rock there is something to suit everyone.
Cherry Morris - Pharaohs
Cherry is a music artist from Bournemouth. Her luscious mix of rock, soul and pop come alive in her captivating sound. Cherry’s EP Just One Year was released in 2020. Powerful vocals, post-grunge, crunchy electric guitars and driving bass and drums, the EP’s message of love and loss resonates.
Cherry and the band now go by the name 'Pharaohs', after spending the last year developing their sound. Catchy pop verse/choruses leading into prog rock style instrumentals, this band is one to watch. The band is like a family; there's Rob Plummer on bass and Natalie Betts on guitar- who are also real life step-siblings. Cherry, our vocalist is best pals with Nat, and Chris Tybjerg on drums, who completes the close nit group. Pharaohs are currently working on an album that will be more evocative and heavier than ever.
Plastic Jeezus are Bournemouth-based duo, Simon (ukulele) and Aaron (bass) who have been bringing their unique brand of uptempo wryness to the masses for the last few years. With original tunes that'll get stuck in your head, rhythms that'll make you want to dance and lyrics that'll make you laugh out loud, Plastic Jeezus are guaranteed to bring a smile to audiences’ faces.
*TICKET OFFER Book the daytime and evening events on 3 July and pay only £20 for both. Discounts are automatically applied at checkout. Both events must be booked at the same time.