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Review: Phosphorescent @ Jazz Café, May 28th.

Posted in Music Reviews, Tracks with tags , on May 29, 2009 by musicmuleblog


“Tell me where you’ve been, I’ll tell you where I’ve been, It will be ok”…opens Matthew Houck (a.k.a Mr Phosphorescent) in a sleepy and delicate voice which resonates over the silent, expecting audience. This song: ‘A Picture Of Our Torn Up Praise’- the perfect beginning. Who would have known that the drummer was playing with only one hand due to a beer-related injury… Continue reading

MOJO Club presents: Phosphorescent + Beth Jeans Houghton @ The Jazz Cafe, May 28th.

Posted in Gigs, Hot Tickets, Tracks with tags , , , , on April 16, 2009 by musicmuleblog


What? Phosphorescent / Beth Jeans Houghton

Phosphorescent will be playing his acclaimed new album ‘To Willie’ which, as the title may give away a little, is a tribute album to country legend Willie Nelson. It’s a great record full of Willie covers and originals which fit in neatly by their side.

Support comes form 18 year old prodigy Beth Jeans Houghton from Newcastle. This girl has a mesmerising voice. Discovered at last years Green man festival in Wales where she was asked by Devendra Banhart to join him on stage to perform a song.

For Fans Of: Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, Devendra Banhart, Vashti Bunyan, Bat For Lashes.

When? Thursday, May 28th.

Where? Jazz Cafe, Camden.

How Much? £10

Tickets? tickettextseetickets *MM   *SOS

mp3: Phosphorescent – Reasons To Quit

mp3: Beth Jeans Houghton – Sweet Tooth Bird