Foggy City Orphan F C O will be playing Henry's Cellar Bar plus support from Cornfield Chase + The Gold Rollers.
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About Foggy City Orphan + Support
Foggy City Orphan F C O will be playing Henry's Cellar Bar on the 18th of February with support from Cornfield Chase + The Gold Rollers.
Foggy City Orphan is a Glasgow band with a family flavour.
Martin and John McLinden are brothers while Paul McLinden is their cousin. The other member, drummer Stephen Sweeney, isn't related to anyone else in the band, although his name is an anagram of Seen Nephews Yet, so we're working on it.
Foggy City Orphan might be the Chinese translation of the 19th century novel Oliver Twist but the band plays 21st century angular music.
Foggy City Orphan proves that no one’s ever really an orphan if they have family.
The Gold Rollers are a Rock N Roll band based in Edinburgh, they are led by Martin Gilsenan McKenna, Who was formally a member of the Later Saints, Chasing Falcos and Distant Sun.
Martin is Joined by Experienced Bass player Dave Milne, Rhythm Guitarist Rich Fitzgerald, Drummer Colin Milburn and recent addition Singer Emma Lewis
The Band mainly perform their own original compositions however they also perform cover versions of classic rock songs.
They are releasing their 1st single "Change your Life on the 27th of February, an EP is to follow in the summer.
The Band are influenced by classic rock acts such as Led Zeppelin and the Who, but also have a love of Motown and Brit-Pop
Stay Gold Peeps!!!
Cornfield Chase is a band put together to record and perform Sandy Power's songwriting. The band started rehearsing in Edinburgh in 2016 and in 2017 adopted the name Cornfield Chase after the cue from Hans Zimmer's 'Interstellar' score.
They are just about to head into the studio to record their first mini-album, with songs ranging from the pop ear-worm to the epic ballad.
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