Single launch is a sell-out for Ely musician

09:17 19 February 2014

Will Law performs at the Babylon Gallery

Will Law performs at the Babylon Gallery

Archant

Up and coming Ely musician Will Law celebrated the launch of his new single with a sell-out gig at the Babylon Gallery at the weekend.

Will, 21, has just released his new single I’m So Lonely All The Time and performed the track live to an audience of 60 at the gallery, in Waterside, on Sunday.

Also performing at the event were local acts Track & Field, Grace Sarah and Red Stone.

Will, who funds his music through his job at the Co-op, in Littleport, said: “Tickets were sold in advance and the evening was a big success, with the 60 available tickets selling out in just 10 days with people still enquiring leading up to the gig.”

Last year, Will raised £200 for Emmaus in Cambridge through his music.

The single is out now and available to download free at www.jwato.com/imsolonely

0 comments

More news stories

Yesterday, 22:18
Steve Barcay is proud of his 'treat me local' campaign but is it now facing its toughest challenge?

An NHS whistle blower has revealed to NE Cambs Steve Barclay confidential documents suggesting decisions have already been made to close minor injuries units at Doddington, Wisbech and Ely.

Yesterday, 10:42
View shows the proposed six terraced houses on Barton Road, the rear access to these properties and 
to the public car park. Shown on the right is the building that is partitioned to create five apartments.

Eleven homes planned by East Cambs Council on the Barton Road car park have been criticised by their conservation officer.

Yesterday, 13:54
Have you seen these men? Police release E-fits of RAF Marham suspects. Picture Norfolk Police

Police released the e-fits of the key suspects who attempted to abduct a serviceman last week when was out jogging close to the RAF Marham airbase.

Yesterday, 12:34
Filming Assassins Creed (TOOM), Marion Cotillard walking through ely. 
Ely, Ely Cathedral, 
26/07/2016
Picture by Terry Harris.

Hollywood came to Ely yesterday when the cathedral closed while the cameras roll for filming of action blockbuster Assassins Creed starring Michael Fassbender, Marion Cotillard, and Jeremy Irons.

Most read stories

Digital Edition

Image
Read the Ely Standard e-edition E-edition
HOT JOBS

Show Job Lists

Newsletter Sign Up