Ont’ Sofa will be popping up in Sunderland on Friday 9th May to showcase the local talent of singer-songwriter Paul Liddell. The free gig will be held at The Watch House Museum at 7pm and is one of many pop-up gigs the Ont’ Sofa team are putting on all over the country, in a bid to support emerging talent and continue their mission of “standing up for real music”.
Having previously worked with the likes of Lucy Spraggen, Luke Friend, Becky Hill and Lunar C, the platform has an eye for spotting fresh talent.
Jason and Ben, founders of Ont’ Sofa had the idea of the pop up shows last year after meeting so many talented yet undiscovered artists. “We are always recording sessions for the channel with brand new acts that maybe haven’t had as much exposure as we think they deserve. By going around the country with the pop up tour we get to help support talent regionally and showcase them to a bigger audience, help them get some really great content, release a record, promote it and continue the search for even more new music. It’s something we are really excited about”
Paul Liddell is a working musician/singer/songwriter/recording artist based by the sea in the North East of England. His current album, the excellent ‘Milestones And Motorways’ is a proudly home-made and independent release.
The gig will take place at The Watch House Museum in Sunderland on Friday 9th May at 7pm. It is a free gig and you are all invited.