Morganway SOLD OUT

Thursday 7th September 2017
8:00 PM

£8 adv | £10 door


Norwich Arts Centre

Morganway Presents Roots Rock Americana
with special guests Hot Raisin + Ginny Dix


Get set for a melting pot of Country, Rock, Folk and Roots all on one fantastic evening of live music.




“Morganway deliver beautiful harmonies that bring alt-country right to the forefront of the americana and country scene.” – Maverick Magazine
Morganway’s fiery brand of alt-country is all driving riffs, charismatic five-part harmonies, emotional songwriting and compelling live performances.  Straight out of North Norfolk’s rural outback, the five-piece was started by twins Callum (acoustic guitar, lead vocals) and Kieran Morgan (lead guitar), and features Yve Mary B (lead vocals), Matt Brocklehurst (keyboard) and Simon Tinmouth (drums). The band’s distinctive Americana glow wears its heart on music that’s raw, melodic, sincere, full of energy and yearning for the open road. 2017 has seen Morganway release their second EP “The Hurricane” which has received rave reviews and radio play with Chris Country & BBC Introducing.

After a quick session with none other than Radio 2’s Bob Harris in the spring, the band returned to the studio to start work on there debut album set for release next year. This summer sees the band playing festivals across the UK, including Cambridge Folk Festival, Secret Garden Party and The Grand Prix at Silverstone. So what better way to finish off the summer, than a hometown show at one of Norwich’s top venues, that will showcase the band’s best live performance to date … Definitely one not to be missed.


Morganway website




Hot Raisin

Combining roots Americana, retro infused Indie and Folk, Hot Raisin will transport you to a place of dreamy melodies and arrangements that are good for the soul. The five piece band from the East Coast of the UK originally formed as an acoustic duo in 2009 by it’s founding members and childhood friends Tory Cobb (Lead Vocals & Acoustic Guitar) and Mary Podd (Lead Guitar). Playing at venues and festivals in the UK and overseas, the duo are always exploring and trying to find new ways to expand their sound. In 2016 a chance presented itself in the form of Norwich based friends Luke Fox (Guitar), Tom Harvey (Bass) and Daryl Blyth (Drums). With the guys already massive fans of the girls’ work (and vice versa) they were soon performing as a 5 piece playing venues, bars and festivals in the UK. 2017 saw the band enter the studio to record their first full band E.P. The much anticipated four track E.P entitled “Whiskey Ginger” is the perfect introduction to the band showcasing their laid back vibes and upbeat charm.

Hot Raisin website 


Ginny Dix

Ginny Dix is an Electro/ Dream Pop Singer / Songwriter based in Norwich. Since starting as a solo artist she’s been writing intensely, developing her sound and had the pleasure of sharing it with an appreciative audience at the Radio 1 Academy Week, hosted by Huw Stephens in May 2015. Her first track “Come Together” was featured on Radio 1 with Huw Stephens to show new & upcoming artists in Norwich. Her newest song GROW (released this year) was recently made record of the week from BBC Introducing in Norfolk. Summer 2016 she played the Inbetweeners Stage at Latitude alongside emerging local artists Mullally, Lewis Murphy, and has gone on to support the likes of Avec Sans, Lets Eat Grandma, The Pictish Trail & FrankMusik.


Ginny Dix facebook


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