The Candle Club was the first open mic night to be held in Southampton.
in 1996 by Simeon Hill and Clive Roberts at The
Talking Heads in
Southampton, the Candle Club takes place every
Monday night and has a
reputation for encouraging new talent of whatever age or experience. (Under
18's must be accompanied by an adult).
Click on the traffic
lights on the left to find out about their significance and
For more details of the Southampton Candle Club email: email@example.com
Emma and Russell from Band of Skulls. Sadly not seen at the CC very often now!
14 April 1962 – 21 January 2013
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Facebook group (Southampton)
Facebook group (Bristol) click here
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Tom Deacon learning his craft
Megan from Thomas Tantrum
Got a demo
Then check out 'South
South:Live is a Sunday evening
unsigned music programme from 7-9pm which is broadcast on both BBC Southern
Counties Radio and BBC Radio Solent.
Its principle focus is to promote and support emerging/unsigned artists from within our broadcast region so virtually all of the music that is played during the show is from music that listeners have sent in. The show also features weekly live sessions performed from artists selected
from the demos that have been sent in. These sessions are performed with a
full PA from the front foyer of the studio to a live studio audience previously
unheard of on local radio. Forms here