Kasabian, Stereophonics and Keane To Play Acoustic Sessions

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Kasabian, Stereophonics, Keane, Glasvegas and Razorlight have all signed up to perform at this year’s Mencap Little Noise Sessions which take place across eleven days in November.

and The Fratellis will also headline the acoustic shows which take place at Islington’s Union Chapel to raise money for the charity.

Support at the shows will come from newer acts including Cage The Elephant, Florence And The Machine and Bryn Christopher.

The Stereophonics’ singer Kelly Jones comments: “We are really looking forward to playing the show for the Little Noise Sessions on behalf of Mencap. To be able to do an acoustic show in such an intimate venue and be able to support such a worthy cause will be a really special thing to do and something we rarely get the chance to do. It will be beautiful.”

Full detail of the tgird annual Little Noise Sessions are below. As in previous years, special guest appearances are expected.

Glasvegas, Cage the Elephant (8 November)
Razorlight, Florence and the Machine, Esser (9)
Stereophonics, Seasick Steve (10)
James Morrison, Sam Beeton (13)
Kasabian (14)
Keane, The Script, Bryn Christopher, Red Light Company (15)
The Fratellis (18)

For more details and to buy tickets from October 1, visit Mencap’s official site here.

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