Five acts from across the county will come together this week for BBC Radio Kent’s night of live music.
Marking eight years of the station’s Introducing In Kent series, the bands are all very different musically but have one thing in common – they have all been tipped for the top.
Hosted by Abbie McCarthy at the Marlowe Studio in Canterbury, Sittingbourne’s Get Inuit will be headlining the night.
Fresh from their UK tour, the four-piece have a catchy style of indie-pop which has gained them legions of fans, including BBC Radio 1’s Huw Stephens and Annie Mac, who had them in their New Names to watch out for list for this year.
BB Diamond has sung with the likes of Jess Glynne and Katy B. The former Maidstone schoolgirl is featured on Shift K3Y’s high profile single Gone Missing.
Folkestone’s Skies bring their powerful, anthemic synth-pop, hot on heels of the release of their debut EP, If You Feel Like It.
Also appearing will be Wolfie, an R&B singer from Sevenoaks who has won time on Radio 1 and 1 Xtra’s playlists with her sultry melodies and witty lyrics.
Completing the bill are the Bay Rays, from Tunbridge Wells. The band supported Slaves last year and their lead single from their EP Get Together made record of the week for Introducing in Kent.
BBC Introducing in Kent airs every Saturday at 8pm.
For tickets to the show on Sunday, March 6, visit www.marlowetheatre.com or call 01227 787787.