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25th June 2012
So our fabulous team of volunteers reaches the final part of the Music Marathon. To ensure the torch burns brightly right to the end we have asked some of ELFM’s favourite performers to play us out.
12pm Lunchtime Disco Club
Lunchtime Disco Club enjoy extreme band practices and drinking tea. They are a moveable feast of a band with ever changing numbers, sometimes you get one, sometimes six. What you always get is a collection of clever, funny songs; mostly cheerful, though occasionally sad and tragic, all performed with wit and grace by Zoë Eady and her Club.
12.45pm Liz Reynolds
Liz Reynolds has one of those voices–relaxing, hypnotic and at times haunting. As a duo with Mike Caley’s subtle but effective guitar playing, they continue to leave audiences captivated. This has made the duo one of Leeds’ best-loved secrets and we are happy to ask them to play for us again and again.
1.30pm Dancing Years (formerly Joseph & David)
Two boyhood friends who write breathtaking songs of friendship, family love and loss Joseph & David have gathered an army fans from their live performances that have left audiences literally speechless. Now playing with full band as Dancing Years.
2pm The Jamie Fletcher Band
More of a collection of friends than a typical band, Jamie has gathered together a group of talented musicians that show off his engaging and immediate songs to their full strength. Having played for ELFM at one of our gigs at East Leeds Rugby Club, we knew we wanted more. Jamie at chapELFM is bound to be special for all concerned!
2.30pm The Finnlys
The Finnlys are a four piece Leeds band. Bringing an unbelievable live performance to the table, upper class recorded tracks, and a fan base to be proud of, they are the perfect band to play us out…
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