July 1, 2009 11:40
Mainline railway station to start hosting gigs
St Pancras International in London to host live sessions
St Pancras International railway station is to start staging weekly live music gigs from tomorrow (July 2).
The Station Sessions - A Platform For New Music powered High Speed 1 and Syllabus initiative aims to support fledgling acts and help raise their profile, reports Music Week.
Londoner Jem Cooke and Kill It Kid will open the hour-long session that will take place on the stations concourse from 6.30pm (BST) during the city's rush hour.
Other acts scheduled to take place in the coming weeks include Basement Jaxx singer Vula, Katie Vogel and Kerry Leatham.
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