Gig Impressions: Maison Johnny in Liverpool

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This gig was a first for me, going straight from work I was rocking a full suit, so safe to say I got some strange looks whilst shooting.

It was also the most relaxed gig I've ever been to. The set in the chilled out first floor of the already chilled Leaf Coffee Shop in Liverpool.

Below you'll find some written impressions, as well as photographs from the evening! 


First up was Ellie Rose Smith, who set the tone for the evening perfectly with her smooth voice and perfect rhythms to accompany her, so one act in and expectations were already high for the rest of the evening.

Ellie Rose Smith online: Soundcloud


Chris Woolf relaxed the room even further, bringing a husky yet smooth voice with brilliant acoustic sounds, all eyes in the room were fixed on him.

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Switching it up a bit was Neil Noa, stepping on to a synthesiser, his slow but at the same time booming electronic creations has the audience entranced, especially when combined with his brilliant voice.

Neil Noa online: Twitter | Facebook | Soundcloud | YouTube | Instagram


The host of the evening himself, Johnny Sands, decided to play a set. The lights changed to monotone and he played what could be described as a fusion of 60s and modern day electric guitar styles, blowing the audience away and making himself some new fans in the process.

Johnny Sands online: Website | Twitter | Facebook | Soundcloud | YouTube


Finally, on came Robbie Cavanagh. His smooth voice combined with his second nature guitar playing created a perfect display for the onlookers, and he brought the most energy to any acoustic set of the evening with his voice alone, and his folk like mellow style made sure the room left the gig wanting to hear more of him.

Robbie Cavanagh online: Website | Twitter | Facebook | Soundcloud | YouTube | Instagram

Thank you for your visit!

- Alex 

Credits // Text & Photography: Alex Lloyd for house in the sand | *with thanks to Robbie Cavanagh*


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