Multi-Story plus The Amber Herd, Howard Sinclair

Robin 2, Wolverhampton.

Multi-Story plus The Amber Herd, Howard Sinclair

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An Evening With Multi-Story plus The Amber Herd, Howard Sinclair

After successfully releasing 2 albums in the 80's (East/West & Through Your Eyes) and touring with the likes of Magnum and other name acts, Multi Story triumphantly returned in 2016 with their 3rd album Crimson Stone and an extensive UK tour to support it playing many well respected venues and festivals. Multi Story have since continued to push the envelope and are carrying the momentum into 2017 with new music and no signs of slowing down, aiming to please new and old fans alike.

THE AMBER HERD
‘Conventional’ is not a word that applies to The Amber Herd. Formed in Nottingham in 2007 and consisting of members from all over the country who independently all converged on the East Midlands, drawing on influences from thrash metal to traditional folk whilst bringing life to the kind of vivid pictures and swirling soundscapes that LSD was designed for, The Amber Herd are anything but ordinary.

HOWARD SINCLAIR
Howard Alan Sinclair is a Singer-Songwriter and Multi-instrumentalist with a simple ambition - to play to as many appreciative audiences as possible, and bring something fresh and different to the acoustic / electro-acoustic music scene. So, with a grounding in traditional guitar technique, cello, trumpet and piano, Howard decided to follow the music, move to where he could make his mark and start writing his own material.