Fri Jun 25 2021

8:00 PM - 10:30 PM (Doors 7:00 PM)

The Sound Lounge (Sutton)

216-220 High Street Sutton SM1 1NU

All Ages

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Eddy Smith and The 507 (Single Launch) LIVE @ The Sound Lounge Sutton

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  • Eddy Smith and the 507

    Eddy Smith and the 507

    Music

    Captivating audiences with his uniquely husky voice and tasteful piano accompaniment, Eddy Smith has been making his mark on the UK’s growing Americana scene. With his soulful melodies and infectious song writing, the singer’s stylistic delivery has been compared to the likes of Joe Cocker, JJ Grey and Marcus King to name a few. 
     
    Backed by his long-time friends, they form the multinational five-piece, Eddy Smith & The 507. Their music, engulfed by rich vocal harmonies, soulful organs and bluesy harmonicas is reminiscent of a sound from way before their time. With an irresistible blend of various Americana styles, such as Blues, Folk, Country and Rock, the quintet take a leaf from the books of Nathaniel Rateliff, The Band, The Eagles and countless other pioneers of their Genres. 
     
    Following their performance at The Isle of Wight Festival 2019, the band released their debut album, and received rave reviews after selling out their launch party in London. With both national and international radio play, their songs can be heard over the airwaves across the globe.

    "A jewel in the whiskey-stained rough" - Holler

    “A sure hand with southern-fried Soul” – Blues In Britain 
     
    “The soul in Eddy’s voice is where I want music to be at” – Huey Morgan, BBC 6 Music
     
    “They blew our socks off” – Hard Rock Café (The Isle of Wight Festival) 
     
    “A heady blend of Soul, Blues and Rock and Eddy Smith has a voice that suits it perfectly.” – Blues Matters 
     
    “Fun, soulful grooves that won’t fail to put a smile on your face” – GIGsoup 
     
    “The finest meshes of soulful Blues and melodic Pop you will hear this year” – The Blues Mag 

Eddy Smith and The 507 (Single Launch) LIVE @ The Sound Lounge Sutton

Fri Jun 25 2021 8:00 PM - 10:30 PM

(Doors 7:00 PM)

The Sound Lounge (Sutton) Sutton
Eddy Smith and The 507 (Single Launch) LIVE @ The Sound Lounge Sutton
  • Sorry, there are currently no tickets available through TicketWeb.
  • Please check back later.

All Ages

Eddy Smith and the 507

Eddy Smith and the 507

Music

Captivating audiences with his uniquely husky voice and tasteful piano accompaniment, Eddy Smith has been making his mark on the UK’s growing Americana scene. With his soulful melodies and infectious song writing, the singer’s stylistic delivery has been compared to the likes of Joe Cocker, JJ Grey and Marcus King to name a few. 
 
Backed by his long-time friends, they form the multinational five-piece, Eddy Smith & The 507. Their music, engulfed by rich vocal harmonies, soulful organs and bluesy harmonicas is reminiscent of a sound from way before their time. With an irresistible blend of various Americana styles, such as Blues, Folk, Country and Rock, the quintet take a leaf from the books of Nathaniel Rateliff, The Band, The Eagles and countless other pioneers of their Genres. 
 
Following their performance at The Isle of Wight Festival 2019, the band released their debut album, and received rave reviews after selling out their launch party in London. With both national and international radio play, their songs can be heard over the airwaves across the globe.

"A jewel in the whiskey-stained rough" - Holler

“A sure hand with southern-fried Soul” – Blues In Britain 
 
“The soul in Eddy’s voice is where I want music to be at” – Huey Morgan, BBC 6 Music
 
“They blew our socks off” – Hard Rock Café (The Isle of Wight Festival) 
 
“A heady blend of Soul, Blues and Rock and Eddy Smith has a voice that suits it perfectly.” – Blues Matters 
 
“Fun, soulful grooves that won’t fail to put a smile on your face” – GIGsoup 
 
“The finest meshes of soulful Blues and melodic Pop you will hear this year” – The Blues Mag