Saiichi Sugiyama, Jade like the Stone and Hollie Rogers, Troubadour London 23rd March 2019

We have another outstanding night of music at London’s famed Troubadour Club on Saturday 23rd March, featuring the talents of Saiichi Sugiyama, Jade Like The Stone, and Hollie Rogers.

Tickets here:

Saiichi Sugiyama is a talented singer-songwriter who has supported Josh Smith and Kirk Fletcher (both US). Saiichi Sugiyama solo plays his own material, some written with Cream lyricist Pete Brown, or hand-picked covers. Elements of Classic Rock, Folk, Blues, Soul, Jazz, and Americana combine in the set of an artist whose many influences include Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young and Paul McCartney and George Harrison. See and Website:

Hollie Rogers has an “Amazing voice” (Nick Mason, of Pink Floyd) and is a singer, songwriter and guitarist whose live performances consistently receive outstanding reviews, with regular references to the level of honesty in her lyrics and songs. Hollie has supported acts like Suzanne Vega, Midge Ure, Paolo Nutini and Ralph McTell. Her music is playlisted in all Caffè Nero stores worldwide. Website:

Jade Like The Stone (aka Jade Danielle Williams) is vocalist with the band Du Bellows and is building her standing as singer-songwriter. Jade is a poet and lyricist drawing on her life experiences, classical and wider musical training, plus the influence of classic acts like the Doors, Beatles and Neil Young and more contemporary influences such as Jill Scott, Massive Attack and Modest Mouse. In 2018, Jade appeared on TV’s ‘The Voice’. “You have a superstar voice. Your voice sounds like a logo – like Jennifer Hudson’s voice is a logo, like Beyonce’s voice is a logo, Kate Bush’s voice is a logo. You have that uniqueness to your voice!” – Website:


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