Sunday 19th December. Doors open 7:00pm, performance starts at 19:45pm.
Their first show back since the pandemic, Taxi Joe will be returning for a one off, intimate show for the Bromley Little Theatre to celebrate the launch of their debut album, Concussion. The festive treat will include brand new material, plus showcasing some of their music from the upcoming television documentary (K)nox: The Rob Knox Story. Be sure to catch them this Christmas – along with special guest Barbara Pugliese (of Barbarella’s Bang Bang)!
A GROUP OF LADS FROM SOUTH LONDON WHO PLAY LIVE AND LOUD
Taxi Joe are a British rock band, founded by guitarist Joe Acres, drummer Louis Morgan and bassist Devid Dell’Aiera after Joe had a massive concussion. Their sound draws from a range of influences including the likes of Oasis, The Rolling Stones and Queens of the Stone Age, with audiences likening their music to Arctic Monkeys, The Strokes and T-Rex.
The band are constantly writing new material and self-produce their own music and videos. This has led to global coverage on independent radio stations, blogs and landed them a place on TIDAL’s most listened playlist in Spain. Their single, ‘Pain’ was used by IMAX on a behind-the-scenes exclusive for JJ Abrams’ movie, ‘Overlord’ and they have recently written and recorded the soundtrack to upcoming anti-knife violence movie, ‘(K)nox – The Rob Knox Story’. Their energetic on-stage chemistry has led them to perform in New York, Italy and all over the UK, as well as supporting the legendary Peter Green of Fleetwood Mac.
Remarked as having a ferocious attitude, Taxi Joe breath fire onto every stage with their aggressive lyrics and catchy riffs.