Friday, 05 January 2018 09:46

Soweco live in the UK

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Swedish Soul/jazz trio Soweco head to the UK this month to perform at Soul:Live in Luton.

The award-winning band recently released their 2nd album 'Keep On', and it's been widely acclaimed (read our review here) and featured on radio stations such as Solar radio and Floradio.

Soweco consists of smooth vocals from Frosche Renmark, Mattias Roos on Keys and Peter Gustavsson on Drums. Their warm vibrate sounds are perfectly encapsulated in tracks such as; Precious Time, Keela Wee and Let the Rain Fall Down - irresistible to soul and jazz lovers everywhere.

SOUL:LIVE, presented by the Soulvation Radio Show, takes place at The Bear Club on 27th January 2018 and alongside Soweco DJs will spin a selection of perfect grooves.

Tickets £15/£12.50 (Bear Club Members) available online now HERE.

Listen to Soweco on Spotify HERE.

**Soweco is an acronym for SO WEst COast**

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