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Live Music at The White Star - Oxford Street

Every Friday & Sunday

Every Friday sees Southampton's best musicians play sessions at The White Star. 

Friday - 6-8pm

Sunday - 2-5pm

24th January
The Dogwood Flowers
The Dogwood Flowers are a Hampshire based acoustic trio consisting of Dan Lea on double bass, Glenn Hubbold on drums and Amanda Parsons on vocal and guitar. Born from a love and background of many musical genres their sound is particularly influenced by folk and country, with some jazzy vibes chucked in as well as some of their own material.
 
26th January
Lucy Kitchen
Lucy Kitchen is a Southampton based singer-songwriter, a self-confessed ‘folky bird’ who cites influences from the likes of Joni Mitchell, Mazzy Star, Laura Veirs, Bon Iver, Neil Young and Nick Drake. She crafts delicate and haunting songs backed with lullaby guitars, splashed with flute and glockenspiel.
 
31st January
Raj
TheRealRaj, South Coast based singer songwriter, accompanied by Kelly Jo on cello.
Depending on when you catch them you will find him playing guitar, harmonica,tambourine,
mandolin, banjo, kazoo or ukulele - not necessarily in order or all at the same time but sometimes very close!
 
Sunday 2nd February
Joe Chiari
Joe has backed and performed with amazing artists such as Mariah Carey and JLS. Come on down to see for yourself why Joe is one of the most sought after performers on the live circuit.
 
Friday 7th February
Jonathan Cotton
Jonathan is a package with all the elements that make up a first-class singer-song writer. With strong rustic vocals and a gift for song-writing he is often compared to the likes of David Gray and Bryan Adams
 
Sunday 9th February
Sarah Saville
Sarah is a Hampshire-based vocalist, musician and songwriter and has been singing for over a decade , from playing pubs, clubs and festivals .  Sarah plays literally hundreds of songs from the last century, all played and sung with acoustic guitar accompaniment. Sarah has also collaborated with platinum selling dance music producers and has appeared on several charting Ministry Of Sound compilations.  
 
Friday 14th February
Johnny Moody
A one man band extravaganza showcasing a contemporary take on up to date classics 
 
Sunday 16th February
Charley Macaulay
The little lady with the big voice.   Charley has previously supported Simply Red, Anastacia, Jools Holland and Will Young, and has played at the IOW Festival, Glastonbury and Bestival.
 
Friday 21st February
Alistair Goodwin
Since first picking up a guitar at the age of three the instrument has held a lifelong fascination for Alistair. His love of acoustic music has led him to play with an extremely wide range of musicians from street performers to the classically trained. Described as gutsy driven acoustic roots, Alistair's live performances blend melody, rhythm and vocal talent into a heartfelt and heady brew.
 
Sunday 23rd February
Long Distance Clara
Lallie Wadham and Jonny Templeton are Long Distance Clara, an acoustic duo comprising of acoustic guitar, Autoharp and vocals. They play a mixture of original and cover material. Lallie & Jonny have both been working in the music industry for many years.
Their combined love of Country and Folk music makes for a thoroughly relaxing and enjoyable experience.
 
Friday 28th February
Dogwood Flowers
The Dogwood Flowers are a Hampshire based acoustic trio consisting of Dan Lea on double bass, Glenn Hubbold on drums and Amanda Parsons on vocal and guitar. Born from a love and background of many musical genres their sound is particularly influenced by folk and country, with some jazzy vibes chucked in as well as some of their own material.
 

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