Recorded live at St Pancras Old Church on the 8th February 2017 during Albert Man’s EP launch of “Nothing Of Nothing Much”. The songs featured are from his album “Cheap Suit” and his EP “Nothing Of Nothing Much” with the exception of “Groundhog Day” which is yet to appear on an official release.
Albert Man - piano & lead vocals Jim McGrother - guitar & backing vocals Ally McDougal - drums & backing vocals Matt Findlay - bass Louize Carroll - backing vocals
Songs written by Albert Man Recorded live at St Pancras Old Church by Alex Carson Sound mixed by Rhys Downing at Great Expectations Sound mastered by Ed Woods at Black Dog Studios
Music Makers is a two-day independent music festival which takes place in London. The first festival took place on the 5th and 6th of August 2017. Organised and curated with love by the team behind London-based musician Albert Man. The festival celebrates other fellow musicians that both Albert Man and his manager, Manoja Ullmann, have had the pleasure of getting to know over the years during their time in the business.
The 2017 event took place at Omnibus Theatre, a converted Victorian Library, situated in the heart of Clapham Old Town. Showcasing 16 talented artists/bands over the two days, the festival had 8 unique performances each day in the main theatre.
The line-up for 2017 included Michele Stodart (The Magic Numbers), Prose, Tom Speight, Dani Sylvia, Albert Man, Up Down Go Machine, Anna Pancaldi, Brian McGovern, Tara Lee, The City and Us, Belle Roscoe, Adam Masterson, Tony Moore, Mark Sullivan, Matt Perriment and Steve Young.