added: 20 Mar 2013 // by: Music-News.com Newsdesk
Nokia and La Blogotheque are excited to announce that their first Lumia Live Session will be headlined by Ghostpoet on 27th March.
Ghostpoet will be performing to an intimate audience of just 150 people in the acoustically stunning Anglican Chapel in Arnos Grove Cemetery, Bristol.
The Mercury Music Prize nominated British singer and producer, will launch the Lumia Live Sessions tour that sees Nokia and music pioneers La Blogotheque, a team of bloggers and videographers infamous for helping to kick-start the careers of scores of musicians, team up to showcase hot new UK music talent at a series of free gigs in amazing venues across the UK.
Highly anticipated since his Mercury Music Prize nomination in 2011, Ghostpoet will release his second studio album, 'Some Say I So I Say Light' in May.
Continuing the Nokia Music ethos of discovering new music, Ghostpoet will be supported by Towers, a local indie pop-rock band born and bred in Bristol.
Both artists will perform in the unique venue that is the Victorian Anglican Chapel in the stunning Arnos Vale Cemetery, one of Bristol's best kept secrets. La Blogotheque will experiment with the unique features of the venue, and each of the subsequent Nokia Lumia Live sites, to illuminate the artists and their surroundings.
The Lumia Live Sessions tour will consist of five unique sessions, which will take place in a different city in the UK every month from March.
Date: Wednesday, 27th March 2013
Location: Arnos Vale Cemetery, Bath Road, Bristol, BS4 3EW
Members of the public can apply for tickets at http://www.nokia.com/gb-en/lumialive