Friday 16th September 2016 to
Thursday 29th September 2016
Part of Sound of the Thames Delta event
FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY:
Recreations and Friends were performing The Chronicles of a Bohemian Teenager, in full, live on Southend Pier.
Support from Recreations.
Performing BABY BOOMERS 2.
For ten years, Sam Duckworth served as a generation's
But all things must pass, and on September 12, 2014, Sam slashed the Cape, sending his alter-ego plummeting to his death on the floor of London's Kentish Town Forum while he played a triumphant farewell show and released the final Get Cape album, 'London Royal'.
Now, Sam is back as Recreations, cheerfully admitting the new moniker Recreations is down to nothing more profound than a deep-seated affection for big-hearted US sitcom Parks and Recreation. (Did you spot the deliberate mistake there? There are few things in life more profound than Parks and Rec).
For his rebirth, Sam presented 'Baby Boomers 2'; a self-produced collection full of wide-eyed, big-dreaming, conscientious pop songs that are undeniably /him/, but delivered with looser funk, crisper
At Sound of the Thames Delta he has fulfilled his long-held dream to play live at the end of the World's longest Pier in Southend!
Angus Carlyle's work shifts between the written word and recorded sound, often involves collaboration with other artists and takes as its theme the representation of the built and unbuilt environment and how we live there.