The Levi’s® The Craft of Music Live Sessions kicked off on Tuesday 17th August for six non consecutive nights of exclusive acoustic performances in their Regents Street flagship store.
Artists who performed included Chilly Gonzales, The Magic Numbers, Lissie, Steve Mason, Beardyman and, for the finale, Carl Barat, fresh from The Libertines festival warm up show the previous evening.
The Craft Of Music Live Sessions showcased new and established artists who’s work embodies a sense of craft with the aim of helping inspire young people and kickstart their own creative endeavours. Find out more about Levi’s® Craftwork on their website HERE.
Clash was there each night to record the performances from these unique sessions, highlights included Chilly Gonzales and thecocknbullkid’s cover of Rui Da Silva’s dancefloor classic ‘Touch Me’ and Carl Barat performing the Libertines classic ‘Don’t Look Back Into The Sun’. You can catch up with the sessions through our coverage detailed below but enjoy Mr Barat’s performance here:
Watch all of the performances captured at the sessions by visiting the artists’ video hub pages:
Chilly Gonzales and thecocknbullkid video hub page
The Magic Numbers and Summer Camp video hub page
Lissie and The Brute Chorus video hub page
Steve Mason and James Yuill video hub page
Beardyman and Bass Clef video hub page
Carl Barat video hub page
The full line up for Levi’s® The Craft of Music Live Sessions was:
Tuesday 17th Aug – Chilly Gonzales with support from thecocknbullkid
Wednesday 18th Aug – Magic Numbers with support from Summer Camp
Thursday 19th Aug – Lissie with support from TBC
Monday 23rd Aug – Steve Mason with support from James Yuill
Tuesday 24th Aug – Beardyman with support from Bass Clef
Thursday 26th Aug – Carl Barat
Below you can find the full list of Clash’s coverage of the sessions with reviews, photo galleries and live perfromnce clips.
The Magic Numbers and Summer Camp:
Read a review from the session
View a photo gallery from the session
Watch The Magic Numbers perform ‘A Start With No Ending’