All Aboard - Give A Gig for Youth Music

The Old Bus Depot, Nottingham on Wednesday 29th Mar 2023 6:00pm

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Give a Gig Week brings together artists, fans and local communities who want to equalise access to music for young people nationwide. Money and awareness is raised for Youth Music , the UK charity funding thousands of community led youth projects a year. Anyone can get involved by putting on a gig or buying a ticket. Due to accessibility issues the event we're holding the event downstairs at FGP rather than upstairs in The Old Bus Depot and we'll be showcasing some of the finest artists that have been recording in our studios and working on the various Youth Music Funded projects awarded to the group of community interest companies based in Fishergate Point Studios such as Offshoot's 'Circle Of Light' and Sugar Stealers projects, 'Dedicated's' 'Be Scene And Heard' programme and CYF's 'Our Journal' alongside their on going Nottingham community recording workshops. ALFIE WALLACE BAND * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 9.30 pm Taking firm strides in changing the tide for their home city are the four-piece Alfie Wallace Band formed in 2021 although they may well be the new kids on the block, but they’re certainly not a band to underestimate. With festival raising sets at Dot To Dot, The Hockley Hustle and more under their belt already this Summer, AW are rapidly becoming a word of mouth sensation across the East Midlands and beyond. The exciting rock and roll quartet take to the stage with the ragged confidence of a band teetering on the brink of something much bigger.. See them now! EM * * * * 9.00 pm One of the Circle Of Light 2021 alumni, singer, songwriter and producer already with a release through Circle Of Light, festival slots and plays on BBC Introducing, Emily is hotly tipped as 'one to watch'. ELLIE TORRANCE * * * * * * * * * * * * * 8.35 pm Nottingham's freshest talent, Ellie and creates perfectly crafted indie pop, expect big things from her! NOTTINGHAM MUSIC HUB * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 8.00 pm Nottingham Music Hub's vision is to provide a world class music education for all young people and support them to become their very best. Committed to providing inspirational music opportunities that are a source of joy, self worth and achievement, NMS offer progression routes that are affordable, inclusive and seek to overcome barriers to access. NMS regularly run subsidised music classes at The Old Bus Depot (Music, drums, guitar and strings) and this will be a showcase of some of the tunes they have been working on. TRUTH ON WHEELS * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 7.40 pm Rapper/composer Truth was born in Newark, New Jersey but came to the UK at 12 years old. Truth was the first disabled rapper to play Bestival and last year graced our stage for the Hockley Hustle. With a release pending and more on the way, Truth is an artist with big things on the horizon. DEKUNA * * * * * * * 7.20 pm DEKUNA has been an active solo artist since 2019. With a love of writing songs and putting them out there for the world to see, Dekuna has studied music performance at college and university and has played on stage many times, both in bands and on his own. He writes music for multiple different genres but he does like ambience and tries to make things as ambient as possible. Already securing slots on the main stage at Rock City since releasing his my first EP, he has already been played on BBC Music Introducing on BBC Radio Nottingham, "On Your Mind", "Drag Me Down" and "In A World Of Black And White". LUCY CRISP * * * * * * * * * 7.00 pm Pop Princess locked down in the modern 80s💗 Cystic Fibrosis Fighter, winning at life with eyes firmly on the prize! DANNY RIGGS * * * * * * * * * * * 6.40 pm “Danny Riggs is a rapper, singer and drummer from Nottingham, and one of the members of the Circle of Light project. He is now looking to experiment in playing some acoustic tunes for your enjoyment. Joining him will be Ethan Carter, fellow musician from Derby and another member of COL, on acoustic guitar.” Doors 6 pm - 10.30 pm ////////////////////////////////////////////////////// Entry fee: Donations, 100% of which will go to Youth Music Charity,; who believe that every young person should have the chance to change their life through music. Unfortunately many can’t because of who they are, where they’re from or what they’re going through. YM's insights, influence and investment in grassroots organisations and to young people themselves means that more 0–25-year-olds can make, learn and earn in music. Youth Music is a national charity funded thanks to the National Lottery via Arts Council England, players of People's Postcode Lottery and support from partners, fundraisers and donors.



Venue Address

  • Fishergate Point Studios
    3 Fishergate Point
    NG1 1GD

Venue Age Restriction