Join us for a night of live music in the glorious setting of the Edwardian Tearoom with Inspiral Carpets former frontman Tom Hingley.

Tom Hingley (Former front man for the Inspiral Carpets) sets the scene for upcoming Birmingham artists to perform in the unique and historic setting of the Edwardian Tea Rooms at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery. Tom represents a role model for musicians in the current industry with his survival spirit and continued creative acumen. SongwallLIVE! creates real opportunities for upcoming local artists to be inspired, get paid and in this case, share a stage with esteemed artists like Tom Hingley.

Tom Hingley

Tom Hingley made his name as the lead singer of the 90's Indie band 'Inspiral Carpets'. He has toured the world and been on Top of the Pops ten times! He now brings you his own heartfelt blues inspired songs......and sings with a depth unrivaled. This is an unrivaled chance to see him in a unique setting with upcoming Birmingham musical talent.

Philippa Zawe

Philippa Zawe is a Birmingham based singer-songwriter. Her songs are lyrically driven stories of her experiences, letters to loved ones and questions to whoever is listening. They are rooted in the genre of Soul with an infusion of Folk. Her inspirations vary from the likes of Otis Redding, Joan Amatarding, Rachel Sermanni and Nathaniel Rateliff. In September 2017 Philippa Zawe released her debut EP Road of Hope; a tale of loss, grief and hope found along the way.

Chasing Deer 

From Solihull in Birmingham, Chasing Deer are energetic performers with an exciting Rock sound. With polished, sophisticated melodies and harmonies reminiscent of Bastille, artistic inspiration of Bowie and stagecraft of The Beatles. They have covered the UK and Europe in the last two years performing original songs from their first two CD's in over 750 performances and will be releasing a new single every month of 2018.

The Buzz About Chasing Deer:
“BBC Band Of The Month Winners, on my ‘Ones To Watch List’” - Brody Swain “Infectiously brilliant” - Rion Magazine


Ticket price £8 + booking fee.