Le QuecumBar presents:

Live Instagram fund raiser ROBIN KATZ

Le QuecumBar, London, GB

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As part of SAVE OUR VENUES fundraising initiative ROBIN KATZ is doing a live stream from QuecumBar tonight Please log in to Robins instagram tonight at 9pm click here to donate for Robins show Robin is a guitarist and composer who has played here since 2003 this live stream is some of his own compositions from his latest solo soulful album Love Song For A Zebra available on Spotify. He is a great Gypsy Swing player but also versatile as this solo album demonstrates beautifully.

All MUSICIANS can join in and support venues with their own live streaming fundraising show, to help save and support grass roots venues that host so many musicians - musicians can select which venues they want to support, with their streaming efforts at www.saveourvenues.co.uk

The less venues we have, the less places for musicians to work, be seen and hone thier skills ..the governement has done nothing to prevent landlords pressurising venues for rent, knowing they have currenlty no income and are quickly accumalating financial debts they cannot support now or in the future - we clearly will not be allowed to open until July - and will have like others accumulated 4 months rent arrears ..we have no idea what opening will look like - however any restricted trading will not enable us to pay ongoing overheads.

Many venues are involved in this crowd funder and anything above our own targets once met, will go back to Music Venue Trust to distrubute to other venues like us striggling to survive and to help them meet their targets to survive this lockdown period during which most of the landlords will not waiver any rent...

We have worked hard to schedule music in our diary and hope many of you will buy tickets now and book tables now for post covid celebrations and come and continue to support live music and musicians - if it goes - its gone forever Stay safe from all at Le Q and help save live music venues