Alt-country duo Two Ways Home have confirmed that their popular monthly ‘Round Up’ songwriters night will move to a new Central London venue operated by CountryLine, the new online fan club for all of country music. As well as an app that puts country artists and experiences directly into your pocket, CountryLine has teamed up with the fine folks at Gail’s to launch a summer takeover of Gail’s Kitchen in London’s West End.
Starting with the next Round Up event on Thursday June 8th featuring Megan O’Neill & Owen Lloyd, and all through summer, the CountryLine Cafe pop up will showcase the best of the UK’s thriving country music scene plus special guests from around the world, all fueled by an exclusive menu of the finest Southern hospitality from the award-winning team at Gail’s. Regular features will include songwriter rounds from the Round Up; live sessions from ‘Whispering’ Bob Harris’ Under The Apple Tree; and showcase sets from the most exciting artists in country music. CountryLine Café aims to become London’s very own version of Nashville’s legendary Bluebird Café.
Follow CountryLine on Facebook and @CountryLineTV and download the new app from June 8th to keep up with everything country.
The new EP from Two Ways Home ‘Closest Stranger’ will be released to stream/download on June 2nd, and is available to pre-order now – more info at http://www.twowayshome.com.
CountryLine Café is a summer-long pop-up at Gail’s Kitchen, 11-13 Bayley St, Bloomsbury, London WC1B 3HD showcasing artists and experiences from the CountryLine family.
CountryLine is the new app for country fans everywhere. Soft launching in June CountryLine will unveil a host of industry partnerships over the summer and aims to be the go-to brand for country.
The Round Up songwriters evenings hosted by London duo Two Ways Home, featuring intimate performances from the UK’s best songwriters and emerging country music talent will take place at the Café from 7.30pm, usually on the first Thursday of every month.