Host of acts to take to station

PUBLISHED: 09:20 16 June 2016 | UPDATED: 09:20 16 June 2016

Haze Sessions

Haze Sessions


Thatchers Cider is hosting a night of music in Bristol, fronted by Radio 1 DJ Huw Stephens.

The company is setting up its stage in the Passenger Shed at Bristol Temple Meads train station.

Haze Sessions will feature a seven-strong line-up, including three BBC Introducing acts.

Hosting the event is Welshman Stephens, who is described as the main man behind the station’s late-night sounds.

Also on the bill are pop-reggae fusion act By The Rivers, folk stars Keston Cobblers, London-based pop group Anteros, singer-songwriter Rachel Clark, folk vocalist Melody Causton and South West songstress Sophii Negus.

The Showhawk Duo complete the line-up, and are famed for their unique recreations of dance floor-filler classics on acoustic instruments.

The Bristol-based pair took their guitars to Radio 1 in 2015, playing a set of Ibiza anthems.

Haze Sessions will be at Temple Meads on July 22 at 6.30pm

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