Saturday, 8 January 2011

New York City+Marques Toliver+SUNDAY+PUBLIC ASSEMBLY

 Dear New York City, don't forget to get your tickets for Sunday's show @ Public Assembly.

Click Here For Tickets!

6pm doors $12 advanced $15 at the door

The first Communion show in the USA!!

Communion was born in the summer of 2006 at Notting Hill Arts Club. Founded by Ben Lovett (Mumford & Sons), Kevin Jones (Cherbourg) and producer Ian Grimble, it grew into a community of musicians, industry and fans alike, and provided a platform for the newest bands on Londons circuit. The night has seen the likes of Noah and the Whale, Laura Marling, Mumford & Sons, JJ Pistolet and Peggy Sue grace the stage and has become closely associated with the nu-folk movement in the capital. As well as this, it helped spawn the careers of artists such as Esser, The Holloways and Example, in keeping with the eclectic ethos that Communion has come to stand for.
In 2009 after regular sell out nights, Communion was asked to be on the committee for the Camden Crawl and launched a sister night in Brighton, first at the Hanbury Ballrooms and then at The Albert. There are now also club nights at The Brudenell Social Club in Leeds, Mr Wolfs in Bristol, Whelans in Dublin and in Sydney, Australia. Communion Records was founded in September of 2009 and aims to continue the club nights all encompassing philosophy and championing of new talent.
January 9th sees the night launched at Public Assembly, Brooklyn

Alex Winston

Emil & Friends

Marques Toliver

Pearl and The Beard

Bobby Long

Simone Felice


Neon Gold

Sean Glass

The Knocks 

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