Julia Mosley & Kez Liddle Will Support At The Exchange Tonight
Emily Jones || 1st April
As one of the strongest female vocalists and figures of the local music scene, it was only a matter of time before Megan Dixon-Hood grabbed herself a slot headlining a Rebel Bear Precinct gig at The Exchange.
On Saturday 1st April, Megan Dixon-Hood will be doing just that, in an evening that promises to be truly unmissable. Featuring an all-female, all-local line up of some of the strongest and most talented musicians from across Staffordshire and Cheshire, featuring Julia Mosley and Kez Liddle, the 1st of April is a date you’re not going to want to forget.
After her spine tingling solo performance on The Honey Box, Music Awards of Staffordshire & Cheshire nominations as well as being included on Manchester Evening News’ list of the top 7 female musicians you should be listening to right now, it’s safe to say that Megan Dixon-Hood and her band are making their mark both locally and nationally. “I’m really, really looking forward to the evening” Megan tells me. “I think it’s going to be a special one! I don’t think I’ve ever had the opportunity to play with an all female line up, as the industry is quite male dominated, so I’m excited to play with women I’ve not had the chance to play with before and celebrate the music we all create!”
With a growing number of talented local female musicians, crashing onto the scene and turning everyone’s perceptions of female singer/songwriters upside down, you can’t help but wonder why we haven’t seen more all-female line-ups. Maybe RBP will be at the forefront of this long overdue movement, giving women a chance to show the local scene just what they can do. Whatever the case, this is a gig you’re going to want to be a part of.
Tickets are £5 available from: https://www.skiddle.com/whats-on/Stoke-On-Trent/The-Exchange/Megan-Dixon-Hood--Friends/12941027/