1. JULY 16TH: Josh Kumra, Kimberly Anne & Alexander Wolfe

    Details of our next gig…

    Society of the Golden Slippers

    Blacks, 67 Dean Street

    7.30pm for 8pm start.

    RSVP to Jen for a place on the free guest list (very limited) jr@jenroberts.co.uk

    (NB. For those who are new to the Society, please email with an introduction. Due to demand far outstripping capacity we have to prioritise music industry/press/media and club members in the first instance.)



    Whether you know the name, you have probably heard the sound of Josh Kumra. The singer-songwriter who co-wrote and featured on the #1 hit ‘Don’t Go’, with Wretch 32. Now signed to RCA and in the latter stages of recording his major label debut.


    “Alexander’s debut album ‘Morning Brings a Flood’ is the most beautiful album I have heard in years. Period”

    “A compelling debut record”
    **** Q magazine

    “An object lesson in how to wring out every last drop of emotion”
    **** UNCUT

    “A beautiful album with echoes of Nick Drake” The Sunday Times


    Currently recording her ‘Bury It There’ EP with renowned producer Julian Simmons (Ed Sheeran, Guillemots), Kimberly Anne is carefully piecing together a record made with TLC, green tea and a dash of heart in your throat for good measure. Kimberly Anne ‘Bury It There’ EP due for release Summer 2012.

  2. A rather beautiful cover of Joy Division’s ‘Love Will Tear Us Apart’ by Revere & the legendary Kora player, Toumani Diabaté. (Hopefully Revere will join us for a performance soon…)

  3. A great review of our March 19th show at Blacks... →

    Thank you to Planet Notion for this wonderful review of our gig at Blacks on Monday 19th March.  Robert Vincent, Sweet Billy Pilgrim and Hazlitt all took their turns to wow us with their talent.

    A snippet…

    'In all it was a beautiful warm night filled with soul and talented musicians.  The crowd felt intimate…and I felt privileged to be a part of such a special night.  Hats off to the Society of the Golden Slippers for hosting and to a trifecta of performances.'