A mini Joe Strummer exhibition will be on display for the first time in London’s newest hotspot ‘Flat Iron Square’. Strummer Shebeen, with an exclusive and original installation featuring unseen gems from Joe’s archive by artist/curator Robert Gordon McHarg III.
Not a fan of Christmas but know a fan of Strummer? Christmas Cards will be available on the night, along with The Joe Strummer Foundation 2017 Calendar.
Joe Strummer Foundation merchandise will be on sale in the charity shop and will include bespoke camo and denim jackets.
A huge, framed 5ft original ‘Gangsterville’ poster from Joe’s archive will be on sale as well as the below.
An original Kate Simon: Bob Marley 126.9 x 101.5 cm Framed
Donated By Kate Simon.
Marvin Gaye and Son in London by Pennie Smith
Paper Size: 16″x 20″ Image size 16″x 10.75″ (includes Pennie’s signature)
Donated by Pennie Smith
David Bowie, Claridge’s – London, 1983. By Richard Young
Silver Gelatin Print. Paper Size: 20” x 24” Edition 3 of 25 Framed
Donated by Richard Young.
Where: Devonshire House, Flat Iron Square SE1 – http://www.flatironsquare.co.uk/
When: Friday December 16th from 6pm- 11pm
Entry Price: FREE
Zoe Devlin Love – Zoe started singing professionally at just 14 in and around Soho institutions such as Ronnie Scotts with the likes of Prince Buster and The Trojans. She also spent 7 years as the lead female in the mighty Alabama 3. We are delighted to have an exclusive performance from Zoe playing tracks from her solo EP for the very first time.
One Eyed Wayne – One Eyed Wayne hail from Hornsey London N8 and have spent the last six months working on their first released songs since forming in 2014. They self-funded and released album Attack Of The Luxury Flats in November 2016, recorded independently, 50p from every CD sold is being donated to the Joe Strummer Foundation. https://www.facebook.com/OneEyedWayne/
Lyza – Singer, songwriter & producer, LYZA is a fresh force on the London music scene. She independently crafted a body of work which became her first EP ‘Milk Teeth’. Emotive & haunting her music is driven by heavy subs and off-beat drums creating what she describes as ‘experimental Trip-pop’. Inspired by the likes of Tricky, Yukimi Nagano and Grimes her sound laces gritty, organic beats with silky strings and ghostly harmonies
Jack Chard – After a relentless season of shows and festivals throughout 2016, Jacks unique sound is quickly making him one of the most sought after keys player around. A non-stop summer, debuting at the likes of Glastonbury, Secret Garden Party and Boomtown, hasn’t slowed down his work rate in the studio. When it comes to collaborations, the soulful and often warped style is a well welcome excuse for hip hop producers to step away from digging charity shop crates in search of old dusty piano licks – https://www.facebook.com/jackchardmusic/
Danny Onions (Meat and the Gang) – “Filled with dark humour, euphemism and always with the cutting irony of modern London life.