Cat Scratch Fever charity show at The White Lion in Streatham on March 31st
Cat Scratch Fever will be rocking the White Lion in Streatham on 31st March.
This outstanding rock line up has been put together to support local charities Music 4 Children & Streatham Cats Rescue Group, and includes some South London based artists.
Music 4 Children is a charity dedicated to helping vulnerable children worldwide break the negative cycles of homelessness, poverty, crime and abuse.
Streatham Cats Rescue is a small, volunteer group which provides care and rehoming to cats in need since 1970.
The line-up is as follows:
The line-up is as follows:
Tyla J Pallas
The Dogs D’Amour were unleashed onto an unsuspecting and somewhat mediocre UK music scene during the mid 1980’s. With their ramshackle pirate-meets-Dickens style they pioneered a unique mixture of glam-punk and stonesy rock’n’roll.
Tyla has also released an impressive eighteen solo albums to date.
He will be playing an acoustic set, drawing on his rich catalogue of both Dogs D’Amour and solo material.
Featuring Guy Bailey of the Quireboys – Peckham Cowboys play dirty rock ‘n’ roll of the highest/lowest order. Check out their already classic local anthem, ‘It’s a South London Thing’.
“sounding like the Faces if Trent Reznor ever got hold of them…there’s no denying the strength of the racket they make…” (Classic Rock)
Who says punk can’t be sexy? Guitar toting Brijitte West knows better.
Having previously toured with the likes of Marilyn Manson & Rev. Horton Heat this is a rare opportunity to enjoy an intimate acoustic set from the ex NY Loose glam-punk goddess.
Keep your ears peeled – as Brijitte’s set also promises to include some unheard gems!
Pig Iron’s eventful career to date has included supporting the mighty Iron Maiden as well as storming sets at the Hard Rock Hell festival, from North Wales to Ibiza – and now to Streatham!
With “powerchords that hit you like a jeep Cherokee with bullbars” (Classic Rock) – don’t miss your chance to check out Pig Iron’s very own brand of Big Rock.
Sons of Merrick
Brace yourself fordirty slabs of southern rock with the lascivious swagger of Motley Crue and the true grit of Pantera.’
Metal Hammer magazinedirty slabs of southern rock with the lascivious swagger of Motley Crue and the true grit of Pantera.’
Metal Hammer magazine “dirty slabs of southern rock with the lascivious swagger of Motley Crue & the true grit of Pantera” (Metal Hammer).
“Deliciously heavy but with a solid groove” (Kerrang!)dirty slabs of southern rock with the lascivious swagger of Motley Crue and the true grit of Pantera.’
Metal Hammer magazine
50ft Woman; a big sound with an even bigger presence - featuring statuesque, 6ft tall front woman, Minki. Add a fetish for sky-high heels and songs catchier than a cold, a dash of B-movie culture and musical influences including AC/DC and Adam Ant.
“the kind of female fronted swagger that has not been seen since Garbage last released a record” (GetReadytoRock)
+ special one-off appearance from DJ ANGEL
Ticket prices: £5.50 in advance, £7.50 on the door
Book your tickets via Paypal: Catscratchfever12@live.co.uk
Please note 100% of your ticket price goes to the charities mentioned.