Jo Whiley, David Gray and Rhodes: Mencap Little Noise Sessions 2014

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Jo Whiley, David Gray and Rhodes: Mencap Little Noise Sessions 2014
23rd October 2014

We spoke to the artists performing at Islington's Union Chapel in aid of the charity Mencap. David Gray and Rhodes are performing as part of the Mencap Little Noise Sessions, which run in aid of the charity. 

David Gray talks through his acoustic set and why he's stripping his sound back to take advantage of the Chapel's unique acoustics. 


The event's curator, Jo Whiley, explained her motivation for being involved in the project and why it matters so much to her. She also talks through why the Union Chapel makes for the perfect setting for these gigs. 


Rhodes is supporting David Gray at the Union Chapel and talked to Dan Freedman about performing in London, his excitement at being on the bill and why the Chapel has long been on his dream list of venues to play. 

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