Episode #7
CLive Garden Party 2011. On the lawns of Conversion Studios in Dorset, we hosted an intimate party celebrating the half-birthday of the Conversion Live webshow. This episode highlights 7 of the great acts that performed: The Paper Shades, Saturday Sun, Imber, Pete Christie, Fujalada, Jack Grace and Stop Go Sixty.

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CLive Garden Party 2011

Featuring an eclectic mix of some familiar faces to the show joined with some newcomers;

The Paper Shades
Previously featured in CLive #5, Sarah and Jon`s intertwining harmonies encapsulate the subtle vocal nuances of folk legend Joni Mitchell with the eclectic instrumentation of Bon Iver. Certainly ones to watch live.

Saturday Sun
Another popular previous artist from CLive #3. Even when playing as a duo these guys will silence and captivate an audience with the opening line! Fans of Jeff Buckley / Nick Drake? - You`ll love these guys.

Pete Christie
A newcomer to the show, the power of one man and an acoustic guitar is undeniable. Playing finger-style guitar technique varying from near-silence to a multi-layered wall of sound.

Jack Grace
Recent winner of the Conversion Live Facebook Battle Of The Bands (featuring in CLive #8), singer/songwriter Jack Grace wears his heart on his sleeve as he sings of his life experiences.

Imber
The newly formed grungy acoustic duo that is `Rachel Sinneta` and Kinsey Triffitt.

Fujalada
High energy funk with an added tropical flavour. Led by the talented multi-instrumentalist Rupert Leighton, the Fujalada groove masters musically ensure the sun is shinning even on the gloomiest British summer day.

Stop Go Sixty

Another familiar face to the CLive stage. Previously featured in our pilot episodes CLive #2. The Stop Go boys concoct a vocally soulful soup with musical side portion of indie pop rock.

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