Acoustic loop pedal artist, Gerry Cinnamon  to play Mad Hatters on the 14th of June.

Gerry has come far from his first step towards music when he was 13, playing guitar on an old guitar. Currently recording his new self titled debut EP, Gerry creates “Anthemic, sing along tracks, laced with social commentary.”

As unpredictable as he is creative, the use of loop pedals harmonies and pounding kick drums can whip the audience into a frenzy which sees them leaving on a high and wanting more.

Gerry returns to King Tut’s, after selling out the venue on his first appearance, for the Summer Nights Festival in July. A reviewer, of his last King Tut’s gig, said”Gerry’s Dylanesque gestures and performance displays real character and grit in a man who has lived every lyric he sings.”

Gerry will be sharing billing with 4-piece Deer Lake


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