SAE Glasgow invites you to an exclusive Live Lounge session on 15 February. Three acts will each perform a trio of their best tracks in front of an audience.
The session will be filmed, taking place between 5.00-7.00 pm.
It’s a great chance to explore the wealth of musical talent that the flourishing Glaswegian music scene has to offer.
The acts that will be performing are:
Flew The Arrow
Flew The Arrow is Lee McGilvray, a fast-rising contemporary folk artist from the small town of Ayr on the West Coast of Scotland. He melds fleeting finger-style melodies with percussive beats through an array of pleasant open tunings, that are accompanied by his poetic lyrics and powerful voice.
SUPA & Da Kryptonites
SUPA & Da Kryptonites are a 9 piece Funk, Ska, Reggae, Soul, Hip-Hop, Swing and Grime Band. They were Winners of The Best Unsigned Band Comp 2015 by The Sunday in Association with XFM & the Wickerman Festival, and were also selected as STV's Ones To Watch For 2016.
Megan Black is a young musician, vocalist, songwriter and recording artist from Livingston, Scotland. Megan's music mainly features the influence of early jazz and blues music, however, Megan always aims to develop her music in many different genres to grow as an artist and work with many different musicians and in diverse music scenes around the country.
Gathering an array of inspiring sounds from Ella Fitzgerald to Stevie Nicks, Megan’s influences have helped her pen some originals of her own and is conjuring a sound for timeless music that keeps the generations to come ever connected to what galvanised them. Lining up, alongside instrumental three-piece band Leonard the Rabbit, at defining venues such as King Tut’s, La Belle Angele and The Hug and Pint, Megan has made a considerable impression at venues across the country.
There will also be an opportunity for guests to network with other artists and see the amazing audio production studios SAE Glasgow has to offer.