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Florence + The Machine Manager and Drummer Open London Record Store Café

by Paul Cashmere on May 21, 2017

in News

Florence + The Machine manager Mairead Nash and her husband Christopher Hayden, the drummer for the band, have created Lion Coffee + Records in the London suburb of Hackney.

Lion Coffee + Records is a coffee shop, venue and vinyl specialist store. The couple named the after their 3-year old son Arlo Lion.

Mairead not only manages Florence + The Machine but is also the owner of Luv Luv Records.

Each Thursday night the place has the Luv Luv Luv Presents showcases for new artists while established bands play the Live At Lion sessions on Saturdays.

The space has featured performances by Courtney Love, Gruff Rhys, Mystery Jets, Splashh, Ed Hardcourt, When Young, Blueprint Blue, To Kill a King, Mata, Gabriel Bruce, The Garden.

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