Lots Holloway - Hard Rock Cafe, Oxford Street

Perfroming an acoustic set, Monday 2nd December, 2019

British multi-instrumentalist, Lots Holloway, is a talented young singer-songwriter and producer. Creating emotional and infectious music with a warm and vintage feel, Lots is inspired by the sounds of the 60's and 70's. Holloway writes authentic and genuine music based around guitar and piano; with lyrics that immediately connect and strong melodies that stay with you long after you first hear them.

Lots has been independently releasing music throughout 2019 and along the way has been garnering support from music publications such as Clash and Wonderland Magazine, who have quoted Lots as 'a true star in the making’ and ‘a vivid pop newcomer’, and also strong support from BBC Introducing London’s Jess Iszatt, who described herself on air as a “big fan” of Holloway, with a love for Lots’ “raspy tone”.

Lots’ on stage presence is second to none; a compelling performer, playing a myriad of instruments and making crowds swoon with a silky voice. Holloway is an enchanting and captivating when stripped solo, and when fronting a live band, only becomes more powerful.

Here, at the Rock Cafe, Marble Arch, London she was playing an acoustic evening with a mix of covers, in honor of the Hard Rock Cafe's hall of fame and her own songs including her most recent song 'Bones' about the bitter cold of winter.