Oxjam Arrives in Acton

Upcoming Talent hits the King's Head for Charity Gig


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When was the last time you got to see some really decent live music in West London? Some seriously good bands. The kind that have been chosen by legendary Italian design house Valentino's to front their campaign, such as Rubicks, ones that have been played on the BBC by Huw Stephens, Tom Robinson and Steve Lamacq, like Alphabet Backwards and praised highly by the NME, for instance, End Of Level Baddie.

Maybe even bands that have rocked the birthplace of pop music, The Cavern Club, i.e. Projekt or even broken records by being the youngest band ever to play Glastonbury, such as the fantastic The Theory of 6 Degrees. Bands described as too good to be true by UK Music Review, such as The Volitains, and all alongside a debut
performance from local talent, Bible John and the Reptiles.

As part of Oxjam 2010, 2 gigs will be taking place at The King's Head, Acton this September,
organised by It's All Happening!, west London based promoters and magazine producers.
On Saturday 18th September we are excited to host Rubicks, The Volitains, Projekt and The
of 6 Degrees, followed on Friday 24th September with another stellar line up of End of Level Baddie, Alphabet Backwards and Bible John and the Reptiles.

Oxjam is Oxfam's music festival, with events being organised all over the country, and all
proceeds going directly to Oxfam. The bands, The King's Head and everyone else involved, are all very kindly donating their services for free for this great cause. Excellent live music, cheap tickets, in a great pub, all for charity - what more do you want from your weekend? Come along and give your support this year!

For more information contact itsallhappening_music@hotmail.com or call in to The King's Head.


August 23, 2010