Phoenix Stage line up 2019
Saturday 8 June 2019...
KHALYSIS is the new name for LIV’n’G, after the sisters, Olivia & Georgia took advice from the music industry (including Dave Stewart - Eurythmics) about their styling, branding and sound. Pronounced ‘Cal’–‘ee’–‘Sis’ it is derived from several different words in various languages for the likes of Queen, Warrior, Powerful and Loving.
Their original Electro R'n'B Pop infused with Tropical Rhythms is fresh and always has the crowd dancing, and when you add their infectious northern charm you have a very special act indeed.
They have already had a No.4 in the Official UK Charts, been on Vodafone's 'One's to Watch List', released their debut EP, performed over 400 gigs, played to crowds of over 40,000 and supported the likes of The Vengaboys, Rebecca Ferguson, Stooshe, and Alexander O'Neal.
Their EP 'Shades' was mixed and produced in LA and London, and is available now on Spotify and all download sites and checkout their Facebook Page (/khalysis) and website, www.khalysis.com for some very special events being announced and brand new music.
From the musical coming to the Belgrade in September: more details:
Utelka is an exciting emerging talent from the West Midlands area. The versatile singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist has performed at a variety of events within the West Midlands and around the country; wowing her audiences with her sultry, sonorous vocal delivery, packed to the brim with soul and passion.
James Reidy is a 24 year old UK based singer, songwriter and guitarist. Currently performing across the Birmingham area James mixes together a variety of Pop, Indie, Folk and R&B classics to create his own mellow acoustic sound.
James finds great joy and satisfaction in making music and is currently working on his debut EP set for release later this year.
TIN is an Australian pop singer songwriter. His hook-ridden songs catch the vibes of Dua Lipa meets Justin Bieber in a sometimes emotional and sometimes sexual expression.
His cheeky stage presence makes for a great show - singing originals that will give you all of the feels. Being an Australian born Vietnamese, he has faced many a challenge from fitting in amidst a Western society to coming out in his early twenties. With these experiences, he tells stories through poetic lyrics and electrifying pop.
Misha Dawn is a DIY artist from Gloucestershire, her own musical empire began in 2001.
Not only is Misha Dawn a singer but also a writer and producer. She is an inspirational singer with a difference.
Her mission is to ignite audiences with her vibrant, unique and original music.
Tom Andrews has had some fantastic experiences in the world of music since finding his voice at just 13. He has progressed from competing in small local competitions through to writing and rubbing shoulders with some of the industries greatest.
Over the years Tom has built up an impressive army of followers across Twitter, Youtube and Facebook, and maintains a close relationship with his fans who have stuck by him through thick and thin.
Tom is back in the studio working on new material and is currently working on a 2019 E.P release.
For over 20 years Petra E has been a firm favourite on the Welsh circuit as well as international music scene.
Petra performs every song at every gig with passion and enthusiasm always leaving her audiences asking for more.
Karl Morris is a singer, fundraiser and host who has enjoyed performing at various events already this year and is looking forward to singing at Coventry Pride on the main stage. Expect some classic boy band hits and pop songs to get you dancing and singing along.
Sophielou is a cool, quirky yet conscious artist from Wolverhampton, West Midlands.
She delivers a cool rnb sound, touching upon topics such as self love, being yourself, mental health + much more.
2019 will see Sophielou drop her debut album ‘Soulsearch’ due this summer. An album she says is going to change everything!
Tom Barnwell was born 1987 in Leamington Spa. He grew up in Cubbington with a musical family. His father, a Music teacher, his mother the singer in a band. At the age of 13 Tom decided it was time for him to give music a go and decided to enter a singing competition at school. This opened a huge door for Tom making him realise that singing was something he wanted to pursue.
Formed in 2014, One Week Stand are a band from Coventry who play a mix of old school sounding Punk with bits of Pop and Ska thrown in for good measure. The band play high energy shows in a mission to bring people together to enjoy bouncy singalongable songs together in unity.