Nick Capaldi Announced As Launch Artist For Yamaha Music London’s First Ever Live Soho Sessions
28 April 2017 news
Grab your free session tickets here: https://www.yamahamusiclondon.com/article.php?article_id=180
Yamaha Music London launch a their first ever live Facebook music session from their European flagship store in Central London, with UK singer/songerwriter, Nick Capaldi, set to kick off the first launch session on 18 May between 6-8pm. Capaldi will be performing an exclusive 1 hour set, to a live audience, whilst simultaneously webcasting live across the net. This will be the first in a string of live sessions from Yamaha Music London, each showcasing a different talent monthly.
Live sessions are a well-trodden path in the music industry, but Yamaha Music London take on an additional slant by streaming their sessions as a live webcast through Facebook, direct from their Central London store on Wardour Street, inviting members of the public to join the session for free (simply register for tickets in advance).
Nick Capaldi is a UK singer/songwriter whose debut single hit the Amazon Hot New Release list within a week of release and remained in the Top 20 Best Selling New Release list for five weeks. With Radio 2’s Bob Harris a big fan, and a track from his debut EP making a highly-acclaimed appearance on the MOJO ‘Songs In The Key of Paul’ album, it’s fair to say that Nick Capaldi is one of the UK’s hottest rising musicians. Now for 2017, Nick Capaldi makes an impressive return with the release of his new single ‘Don’t Go Too High’ 19 May, alongside his new album ‘Neon Heart’ on the same day. Nick’s talent caught the attention of Yamaha Music London bosses and he was instantly chosen to launch their pioneering Soho Sessions due to his live charisma. When it comes to innovative rock/pop, Capaldi is producing probably the freshest, most relevant sound on our musically creative shores.
You can be part of Yamaha Music London’s first ever Live Facebook streaming of the Soho Sessions by registering for tickets at: https://www.yamahamusiclondon.com/article.php?article_id=180