WED, 19th JUN 2024

7.30pm - 11pm

£15 adv + bf


Actor and musician Sam Palladio, best known for his starring role as Gunnar Scott in hit American TV series “Nashville”, celebrates the launch of his latest single “Meanwhile in London” with a full band show at The 100 Club.

Previewing brand new material from his alternative leaning, forthcoming debut album and well as showcase his artistry as a storyteller sharing song from “Nashville”, this promises to be a one-of-a-kind night. Sam recently set out to make his debut album. Having lived and made music in Nashville for nearly a decade, he felt his debut needed to reflect his British roots, Cornish upbringing and his time spent on both sides of the world.

In 2022 he teamed up with Danish producer Søren Hansen (of New Politics) and multi-Grammy-winning producer Dave Sardy (Oasis, Snow Patrol, LCD Soundsystem, The Who) to craft his 1st album and it is set to release later this year. His 1st single, the heart wrenching “Something on my mind” was released to critical acclaim in November last year and followed by alt country rocker “Tennessee” which featured Chris Shiflett of the Foo Fighters. Sam’s other television and film credits include, Netflix’s “The Princess Switch” trilogy, AMC’s “Humans”, Showtime’s “Episodes” alongside Matt Leblanc, ABC’s primetime drama “Rebel” opposite Katy Segal and Andy Garcia and most recently stars as Clash punk rock icon Joe Strummer in the new Bob Marley Biopic “One Love”.

Support comes from Alyssa Bonagura

Born & raised in Music City, Alyssa Bonagura has become a celebrated songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist that has spent the past decade fine-tuning a sound that reaches far beyond her Nashville roots. For Alyssa — a lifelong road warrior who grew up on a tour bus with her country music parents Baillie & The Boys, recorded a duet with Kenny Rogers at 10 years old, received her college diploma from Sir Paul McCartney at LIPA in Liverpool, performed stadium shows opening for Rod Stewart as a member of the major-label duo The Sisterhood Band, and currently balances her critically-acclaimed solo career with an ongoing gig writing songs for Jessie James Decker, Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler, and others — it’s also a sound that’s every bit as diverse as her own story.