The Coffee Music Project London finalists performed alongside CMP alumni Bandits on the Run and Abrielle Schaff and New York Coffee Festival 2017 singer/songwriter Garett Gardner this past weekend at the London Coffee Festival 2018. Drawing the coffee lover crowd between 10 am and 1 pm on Saturday and Sunday, the Coffee Music Project artists
Ahead of The Coffee Music Project London 2018 finals, Ellehcor sat down with the two wildcard finalists; Brunette and Daisy Chute at Timberyard Seven Dials. The artists discussed being apart of The Coffee Music Project, their musical style, living in London, and more. See more details about the finals below. The Finals Venue: 229 Great Portland
It’s been just under a year since Ruby Confue claimed the Coffee Music Project London 2017 title with a dazzling live performance. In between writing new songs, shooting music videos, performing on the Coffee Music Project stage in New York City and at festivals like Glastonbury, she has also begun recording her debut album.
Ahead of their London visit, we caught up with Bandits on the Run to discuss their careers in NYC, how the trio came about, and how The Coffee Music Project has changed their lives. To those who might not be familiar with you or your work – who are you and where are you from?
We are pleased to announce The Coffee Music Project – London 2018 Finals Venue: 229 Great Portland St, London W1W 5PN Date: Wednesday, 18 April 2018 Doors: 7pm Tickets: £11 Advance – Buy Tickets Here | £15 on the door Finalists The finalists will also be performing at The London Coffee
Winner of The Coffee Music Project London 2017, Ruby Confue, performing her winning song “This City” on Balcony TV in New York City.
The Coffee Music Project is proud to announce the contestants who have made it through to the live preliminary rounds which will take place on the October 8, 9 and 10 2017 at Pianos NYC. This high profile singer-songwriter competition aims to showcase the creativity and talent of emerging musicians while engaging a deep spirit
The Coffee Music Project are thrilled to announce that Rockwood Music Hall is confirmed as the venue for the New York City finals which will take place on October 17, 2017. Rockwood Music Hall is situated in the heart of the East Village and is notorious for supporting emerging and established musicians alike. The venue features
The Coffee Music Project will be returning to NYC for a third year in October 2017. 36 contestants will be selected to go through to the preliminary rounds, which will take place at Pianos NYC on October 8, 9 and 10 2017. 3 contestants from each of the preliminary rounds will be selected to go through
The Coffee Music Project finals took place for the third year running on Wednesday 12 April 2017. 9 incredible musicians took to the stage to battle it out for a chance to win first place. After a difficult deliberation, we are proud to announce that Ruby Confue is the official winner of The Coffee Music Project