What's on: Album launch party for local band White Heat - and best of the rest
and live on Freeview channel 276
Mama Liz’s, Stamford, November 25
Following growing radio airplay both nationally and internationally, local Classic Rockers White Heat launch their latest album Perfect Storm on November 24 via Sony Music’s subsidiary the Orchard in partnership with Rock Road Records.
The album, which contains a varied and unique blend of original rock songs and has cover artwork by leading international digital neo-surrealist George Grie, has been described as “magnificent”, “superb” and “a hark back to the creative rock albums of the seventies, even with a cover worth collecting on its own.”
In conjunction with the international release, the band is holding a global launch party event including live music from the album in partnership with Rock Road Records and Radio Caroline at Mama Liz’s Voodoo Lounge, on November 25 from 5pm.
Entry is free but tickets need to be booked – from www.whiteheat.rocks .
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