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April

12

Hayley McKay

8.00PM - 11.00PM

Hailing from Darlington Hayley McKay is an extraordinarily gifted singer/songwriter who has
been gigging extensively across the UK, including Glastonbury for the past two years, as well as
in Nashville.

She has already featured on the soundtrack of the film, Harrigan, starring Steven Tompkinson,
and supported well-known artists including Hazel O’Connor, Visage, Lauren Pritchard, Albert
Lee and blues legend Skip Mcdonald.

Hayley is currently working on her debut single and EP with renowned producer Bob Cranham
(Newton Faulker/Tom Figgins) and respected engineer Dave Lynch (Ed Harcourt/Jake Bugg) at
Echo Zoo studios.

She is already building a strong reputation on the London music scene and is making her debut
here at The Half Moon.

http://www.hayleymckay.co.uk/music/
https://www.facebook.com/hayleymckaymusic/
https://twitter.com/mckay_hayley

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With support from Ebony Buckle

Ebony is an Australian-born singer/songwriter/actor/keen amateur percussion player living in London. After a rather whimsical upbringing by the sea, eating coconuts and enjoying the sun…yes THE SUN, Ebony decided her path lay somewhere a little greyer with older buildings and she eventually arrived on the rocky shores of ye olde Great Britain.

With training in both Classical Music and Musical Theatre, Ebony has had a varied career, having so far performed in musicals, had a guest lead role in a BBC1 drama (as a geordie folk singer!), played a Weird Sister in Macbeth (it was weird) and a prince in a Pantomime (It was the strong chin) to name a few. She is currently represented by Nancy Hudson Associates.

Ebony is also a singer/songwriter and as well as performing her own music, she has joined forces with a kindred spirit who goes by the name of Harry, to create the romantic folk duo Harry and Ebony. You can check out their adventures here as well as any future gigs they might have.

You can listen to some of her music [here](http://ebonybuckle.com/music/)

As well as all of the above, Ebony is also a (self proclaimed) professional interpretive dancer and has an imaginary friend called Susan the Raptor who gets her into all kinds of scrapes.