An intimate gig in the Café Bar.
Husband and wife duo, Trevor Moss & Hannah-Lou. Released thier 3rd album in November 'La Ferme De Fontenaille' the album was self-produced and self-released by thier very own Anglophone Recording Company.
Along with an a forthcoming appearance at Glastonbury, they’ve also recently been winning over new converts all over the uk supporting both Beth Orton & Loudon Wainwright III.
“Fairport Conventions’s folk with Fleetwood Mac’s pop sensibilities” NME
“The real thing… like harvest itself coming into bloom” Artrocker
Since its founding in 2011, Music’s Not Dead has rapidly established itself as Bexhill’s answer to Rough Trade. The independent record shop has finally provided an outlet for the town’s burgeoning alternative crowd to gorge themselves on new and interesting music. Music’s Not Dead has also started to delve into live music, promoting sell out gigs from the likes of Diane Cluck, Emma Gatrill and Love.Stop.Repeat at local venue Eras Of Style. This summer the De La Warr Pavilion will host a series of intimate gigs in the Café Bar curated by Music’s Not Dead. Making the most of the evening summer sun, we offer a new way to enjoy live music here at the De La Warr Pavilion.