Communion Records to celebrate 10th birthday with gigs series

Communion Records is to celebrate its tenth birthday with a series of free and intimate gigs across London.

Rae Morris will be the first artist to perform as part of the live event series with a special gig at the Lexington on 28 June.

Throughout the year, Communion will be curating a series of special gigs featuring some old favourites returning to the grass roots venues that marked the start of their careers.

Acclaimed young British musician, Rae Morris will return to the Lexington, the venue which hosted her first show for Communion. Since launching with Communion as her promoters, Morris has gone on to headline the 2,000 capacity Shepherds Bush Empire back in Autumn 2015.

Further exciting big name intimate shows will be announced throughout the year.

Communion founders, Ian Grimble, Kev Jones and Ben Lovett said: ‘Communion is 10 years old! It started as a monthly night run by musicians to provide a platform for new talent and to create a melting pot of industry, artists and fans – ten years on we’re still going strong.

‘It’s changed a little, with a fully fledged record label, live promotions business, publishing company, radio show, and festival all operating on both sides of the pond but at its core it’s still the same thing – a group of dedicated and passionate people curating and developing music for artists and fans alike. Here’s to another 10 years.’

Visit the Communion website to enter the ballot for free tickets and find out more about the gig series.

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