Louisa’s Blog 4

Young Producers is a new project for young people who have taken part in Making Tracks, supported by the Arts Patron Trust. Our second 2 Young Producers are collaborating to put on a gig involving other young people and will be blogging about the process.

This morning we met Jake at London Bridge station and then went to a cute little cafe called the Breakfast Club, where they played old music very loud!! I loved it, they also did a cool retro selection of drinks.

After that we got on a bus to Battersea to the Magic Garden – like the name, the garden was beautiful with sofas, old cabs and cool drink bars. We then waited and ate our lunch talking about the show for a few hours until the open mic night started! It was amazing – there was loads of actual musicians and people just going there for a sing song!

There was one man that reminded me of me he was so nervous but the audience was so supportive! Shouting to him he’s doing so well, he kept swearing lol! It made me want to do one there! Just have to get some songs ready. Also there was some crazy acts but they were very enjoyable. leaving the audience talking still after they left. There was a large selection of hip hop, soul, r&b and all original music. Overall a very enjoyable experience would defo do it again.

So improvements i’d suggest would be.. can you do covers? And if you can’t play an instrument, can you get someone else to play one for you? Do they have winners, or does everyone get a free meal as its Sing For Your Supper?

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