Forthcoming 17 Seconds Records-related gigs

Chris Bradley -‘To My Ears.’

There will be various 17 Seconds Records-related gigs taking plac over the next few months, so why not shout about it?!

First up, The Leith Festival will have performances from the following:

X Lion Tamer: On Sunday June 7 (yes, tomorrow) Tony T plays at The Village, on stage at 21:00.

Chris Bradley: Monday 8th June, The Dockers Club, 17-17a Academy St, Leith. Chris is on at 10pm with support from Kat Healy at 9pm. Chris isn’t signed to 17 Seconds Records as a solo artist, but he is part of Aberfeldy, and his solo album Voices last year got a glowing review from this blog. To whit: ‘To describe him as a talented singer, songwriter and guitarist is rather like saying that Tiger Woods is quite good at golf, or that the Williams’ sisters are rather good on the tennis court: an understatement that doesn’t begin to get to grips with the facts. Quite simply, on the evidence of these songs he is one of the best.’

Aberfeldy (with support from the Gillyflowers) 11 Jun 2009 20:00 will be playing at the Leith Festival again also at Leith Docker’s Social Club,Edinburgh.

Chris Bradley will also be playing:
27 Jun 2009 at 20:00 at The Outsider Festival, Rothiemurchus
19 Jul 2009 at 20:00 at Electric Circus, Edinburgh

Aberfeldy will be playing:
16 Jul 2009 at 20:00 Dundee Rep Theatre (Riley, solo spot) Dundee, supporting the Hazey Janes
15 Aug 2009 at 20:00 Rowchester Music Festival, Near Berwick-upon-Tweed, Scotland

This has been a busy week for the label, including our third release. If you click here you can see our entire catalogue laid out on eMusic. Which is quite exciting, and you can also buy the releases at iTunes. If you do buy the releases, please leave feedback, we are human too!

17 Seconds Records website/17 Seconds Records Myspace

Make friends with us, we only bite if you spam us…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.