Pete Gow & the Siren Strings with Malin Pettersen
Bush Hall, London.
Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. We cannot issue refunds to under 18s who are not accompanied by an adult.
Following his 2019 sell out shows, first at Network Theatre and recently St. Pancras Old Church, Pete Gow returns to our fair capital city with The Siren Strings for his biggest headline show to date at Bush Hall on Thursday 18th June, with a special guest appearance by Norway’s Malin Pettersen.
In ‘Here There’s No Sirens’ and ‘The Fragile Line', Gow, formerly front man with alt- country rockers Case Hardin, has produced two genre- defying pieces of work, marking the start of his solo career. They have been described as ‘masterful’, ‘intense’ and ‘unflinching’ with the accompanying live shows classified as ‘stunning’, ‘jaw dropping’ and ‘deeply moving’.
Possessing one of Norway's greatest country voices as the lead singer of Lucky Lips, Malin Pettersen's career has been a whirlwind since the release of her debut solo album, References Pt.1 in the spring of 2018. Critically lauded in Norway and recent winner of a Spellemann award (Norwegian Grammy), as well as nominated for an Ameripolitan award, the record launched Pettersen's immensely promising solo career with widespread touring as a result.