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MF ROBOTS (Ex- Brand New Heavies) + JP (Southport Weekender)

Wednesday 25th April 2018
Show: 7:30 PM Doors: 7:30 PM

229 The Venue | 229 Great Portland Street, London, W1W 5PN, United Kingdom

AGMP presents the official launch of 'Music for Robots'

MF ROBOTS

+ JP (Southport Weekender)

Jan Kincaid, the former drummer, songwriter, producer, and founder of the Brand New Heavies met Dawn Joseph, the vocalist and multi-instrumentalist, when she started singing for the Heavies in 2013. The pair instantly clicked, and within their first week of working together, they were writing songs. They kept writing together though and after issuing the album, 'Sweet Freaks', with the Heavies, they left. Now they’ve formed their own band, MF Robots. 

Dawn Joseph is a vibrant personality, both on and off stage, with a rich musical past – she started out playing bass with Phil Collins’ band and has sung with acts as diverse as Michael McDonald and Cee-Lo Green – she’s a part of that lineage that connects Rick James, Nile Rodgers and Grace Jones

 

 

MF ROBOTS (Ex- Brand New Heavies) + JP (Southport Weekender), Wednesday 25th April 2018

AGMP presents the official launch of 'Music for Robots'

MF ROBOTS

+ JP (Southport Weekender)

Jan Kincaid, the former drummer, songwriter, producer, and founder of the Brand New Heavies met Dawn Joseph, the vocalist and multi-instrumentalist, when she started singing for the Heavies in 2013. The pair instantly clicked, and within their first week of working together, they were writing songs. They kept writing together though and after issuing the album, 'Sweet Freaks', with the Heavies, they left. Now they’ve formed their own band, MF Robots. 

Dawn Joseph is a vibrant personality, both on and off stage, with a rich musical past – she started out playing bass with Phil Collins’ band and has sung with acts as diverse as Michael McDonald and Cee-Lo Green – she’s a part of that lineage that connects Rick James, Nile Rodgers and Grace Jones

 

 

229 The Venue | 229 Great Portland Street, London, W1W 5PN, United Kingdom

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