Edison Lighthouse Headline at the Musical Museum

Seventies band part of the Autumn line up at the venue

Edison Lighthouse
Edison Lighthouse


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September 8, 2023

The Autumn programme of events at the Musical Museum in Brentford includes an appearance by Edison Lighthouse on Saturday 16 September at 7pm.

The band had a breakthrough hit in 1970 with Love Grows Where My Rosemary Goes selling 4.5 million copies.

The track had a recent resurgence on TikTok and other social media, it is currently being streamed over 1 million times a day, globally.

They are still popular for their powerful harmonies and big sound at live shows, featuring hits from the 60’s and 70’s.

Tickets £12.50 in advance / £15.00 on the door 

The following night (Sunday 17 September) at 2.30pm there is Matthew Bason's one man show.  The renowned pianist and organist plays both the Wurlitzer and electronic organ and is an accomplished vocalist.

Matthew Bason
Matthew Bason

Advance tickets £12.50/ £15 at the door.

Prior to the two concerts, events for the month start off with a Tea Dance on Saturday (9 September). A social afternoon of Ballroom, Latin & Sequence, dancing to a selection of popular dance tunes. All levels of ability are welcome. DJ s and hosts, David & Diane Whyte give a free dance lesson at 2.00pm.

Tickets £10.00 - includes tea/coffee or prosecco

October Dates for your Diary

7 October - Chris McPhee at the Wurlitzer

21 October- Tea Dance 

29 October - Silent Film with Donald MacKenzie

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