If you were told there was going to be a hog roast at the pub, you might be disappointed not to find any pigs on spits when entering the venue. That would all swiftly change, however, after realising you have turned up for a night of free live music put on by progressive records company The Animal Farm. On the 29th March at Spice of Life, Soho, they will be holding their March Hog Roast, which has a line-up of four great singers from 7pm.
Starting with Nigel Passey, the acoustic rock band from Leeds who began gigging together in 2008. Jack Edwards is a Yorkshire songwriter whose music is based on observations from life. He will be followed by Jazz Mino, an Indie Londoner who likes to wear odd shoes, and finally Pasco Tom, whose Americana blues gas dubbed him as the 'love child of James Taylor and Ben Harper.'