Sarah Vista presents: Sarah Vista Social Club
@ Aces and Eights
Sarah Vista Social Club Helen McCookerybook Sarah Vista
London's finest soiree of Country, Americana, Rockabilly, Rock N Roll...
Newsflash!!.. The Sarah Vista Social Club returns to Aces and Eights following a summer break with an incredibly strong singer/ songwriter line up to brighten up your November!
Starring the amazing talent "Helen McCookerybook", with sets from your pistol-toting hostess miss Sarah Vista plus a set from DJ Dam Muddy....
More info on Helen and the night coming soon, please click "attending" for more details!
Tickets only £5 advance (or pay on the door!)
Sarah Vista Social Club »
Sarah Vista Social Club
Was monthly but now quarterly Americana, Western, Rock 'n' Roll night hosted by Sarah Vista and her honky tonking band...
Helen McCookerybook »
Her reputation preceedes her being an outstanding songwriter who's beginnings formed in the punk era, old associates The Monochrome Set/The Pirhanas her first band was The Chefs (John Peel fave)
Later signing to RCA with her band The Horns and a couple of minor hits Helen took 20 years out to become a Mum and PHD, taking up her songwriting again in 2003 as a solo artist receiving the warmest welcome from followers of her earlier work as well as finding a new audience interested in her music as wells her artwork produced in part to accompany it.
She now tours the UK regularly and has released three solo albums. ‘The Sea’ is her fourth solo album and has received airplay from BBC6’s Gideon Coe, key indie radio stations in London and from the South Coast, to BBC Scotland Highlands & Islands radio, where she was a featured artist. She has been interviewed by indie radio and media and been featured in Art & Music: The Saatchi Gallery Magazine.
Sarah Vista »
Spaghetti Western songstress Sarah Vista and her posse of outlaws arrive in a blood-soaked blaze of bullets...
"Sarah Vista has a wonderfully sweet voice reminiscent of a young Tammy Wynette, with the underlying venomous bite of a cornered poisonous snake, which suits her style of dark old-school country perfectly."
(Lee Powell, UK RNR Magazine 2017)
'Sarah Vista's blood-soaked balladry has set her apart in recent times and her particular strain of Western, brooding ambrosia is incredibly hard to come by'
(Vintage Rock Magazine, 2017)