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  Miles Hunt (lead singer of The Wonder Stuff) & Erica Nockalls    
Friday 21 October 2016
Miles Hunt & Erica NockallsWebsite
Support :  Kiera Osment
Doors: 20:00
Venue: Pilton Village Hall, Pilton Street, Pilton, Barnstaple, Devon, EX31 1PQ




Three Sticks Productions proudly presents Miles Hunt (lead singer of The Wonder Stuff) & Erica Nockalls.

Miles Hunt & Erica Nockalls

During The Wonder Stuff’s year out in 2007 front man Miles Hunt and violinist Erica Nockalls released their debut album together ‘Not An Exit’. A 10 date tour quickly turned into an 18 month tour, pausing only to play a handful of Wonder Stuff shows. In 2009 Miles & Erica were back in the studio to record the follow up album ‘Catching More Than We Miss’ heralded by the music press as Hunt’s best work in his 21 year career. The duo hit the road again, touring the UK, USA, Europe and Japan before finally releasing their highly anticipated ‘Miles & Erica Live 2010/11’ in May of 2011. Touring continued around the globe once again in-between dates with The Wonder Stuff and the duo notched up no less than 150 shows in 2012. 2013 started with a bang as they continued their never ending acoustic tour, whilst fitting in a new Wonder Stuff album with a 3 week tour and 7 festival headline slots. The year ended with the band’s 4 sell out O2 shows – their own Sleigh The UK concerts supported by Pop Will Eat Itself and Jesus Jones. As well as touring Australia, Dubai and the UK earlier this year Miles had added another string to his bow and released his first book ‘The Wonder Stuff Diaries ’86 – ‘89’ promotion and national TV has kept him busy whilst Erica opened her gallery of art and released her second album ‘EN2’.

Continuing their never-ending tour around the world the most travelled duo in indie rock will be playing songs from both Miles & Erica's and The Wonder Stuff's extensive catalogue interspersed with tales from the road and recent musings. If you're lucky you may even get a brief reading from Milo's current book "The Wonder Stuff Diaries '86 - '89".



Kiera Osment

Kiera Osment, who hales from Devon has been compared to the likes of Lana Del Rey, Kate Bush and Natalie Merchant. Honest and unique.

Born in 2000 and home educated, Kiera from a young age has had a passion for music. That may have come from being blasted anything from Toms Waits to Dolly Parton onto her mothers stomach when she was in the womb.

She was drawn to the piano early on in her life. Given her first keyboard at six, then went on to learn classical piano at nine and achieving grade 8 at thirteen. At this time other instruments started to capture her interest, which included the guitar and cello.

Songwriting is her greatest joy, drawing on many experiences from life and her great interest in reading to write poignant songs full of metaphors and puzzles.

The strength and emotion of Kiera’s voice came to a surprise to her and her family. Singing wasn’t something Kiera set out to do, but the written songs had to be sung. Her voice is now a very important part of her music.

In recent times Kiera has supported Clare Teal, Eleanor McEvoy and Edwina Hayes, Kast Off Kinks, Kevin Mark Trail and BBC Radio 2 Folk award nominees Wildwood Kin. In 2013 she was on the longlist for Glastonbury’s Emerging talent completion and won best vocalist at the Song Academy Song Competition in London. She has also had some mentoring at Chale Abbey Studios from Level 42's Phil Gould.

Kiera is very driven and likes to play live as much as she can. She has played at many venues including; The Bedford and The Troubadour in London, The Fleece in Bristol. Locally, The Plough Arts Centre, Queens Theatre, The Loft Barber Sessions, The Creative Innovation Centre, South Devon Arts Centre as well as many pubs, clubs, hotels and restaurants throughout the Southwest.

She has also played at many Festivals including Brisfest, Godney Gathering, Glasdenbury, Ted Fest. Lechlade Music Festival, Bath and West Show, The Maker Festival, Watchet Music Festival, Cornwall Folk Festival, Tiverton Balloon And Music Festival and The Llama Festival. She also has many festivals booked for 2016.

Kiera has played several live sessions on local radio including BBC Introducing Devon and has also had many plays on various radio and internet shows throughout the world. “Quite Speechless, just Amazing, I’m quite teary eyed. So pleased you came in and did this live session.” - James Santer – BBC Introducing Devon.

Kiera is constantly writing and performing and hopes to continue music into old age wherever it takes her!




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