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The Emerald Dawn + The Wood Demons
The Emerald Dawn + The Wood Demons

Sun, 16 Oct



The Emerald Dawn + The Wood Demons

A great show from Solent Area Prog

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Time & Location

16 Oct 2022, 19:00

Southampton, Brunswick Square, Southampton SO14 3AR, UK


About The Event

The Emerald Dawnare a multi-instrumentalist, symphonic progressive rock quartet, who combine elements from classical music, jazz and rock to produce their own original, distinctive and exciting sound—a sound that is cinematic, epic, experimental and powerful. Usually haunting, often beautifully melodic and always highly atmospheric, the music of The Emerald Dawn paints images or tells stories that stimulate the imagination and takes the listener on unforgettable musical journeys.

Described as ‘the South West's finest prog rockers’ (Chris Franklin, ‘Raised on Rock’, 10Radio 105.3 FM on 20/01/2019)

The Emerald Dawn was originally formed in Edinburgh by multi-instrumentalists, Tree Stewart and Ally Carter,  before moving to the South West, where they were joined by jazz drummer Tom Jackson and, more recently, by bass player David Greenaway.

Plus support from The Wood Demons

From their beginnings in South-West London a decade ago, The Wood Demons have been developing their eclectic and distinctive take on contemporary prog, creating songs on an epic scale with powerful melodies, spiralling violin, lush Mellotron soundscapes and molten guitars.

The Wood Demons are

Simon Carbery (gtr/voc),

Rick Startin (gtr/kbd/voc)

Naomi Belshaw (violin)

Ed Kontargyris (drums) and

John Silver (bass)

Angels of Peckham Rye is the first full-length album release by London-based band, THE WOOD DEMONS, and is one of the most refreshing progressive rock albums I have heard for some time. The group have an intriguing, eclectic and quite unique mix of styles, with elements of progressive rock, folk, psychedelia, alternative rock, ambient and classical/cinematic touches. All of these diverse elements come across in this vibrant, dynamic and beautiful album.” (David Edwards, The Progressive Aspect)


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