Record of Wrongs was launched at the end of a successful Pledge Music campaign with two guest-only capacity concerts in London & Warwick. The specially chosen venues were suitably atmospheric each with it’s own character befitting the album.
In central London, at the Wren-designed church of St Anne and St Agnes guests were welcomed to a candlelit room where support from a capella group Apollo5 began the show.
The trees from the streets created flickering shadows across the stained glass as Mister Keith’s twelve-piece orchestra whirled in to life with a set that showcased the album ‘Record of Wrongs’ in track order. By the end of the encore the audience were suitably impressed by both stunning musicianship and the intimacy of Mister Keith’s vulnerable songwriting. They were again rewarded by the evening’s sponsors with a glass of Broker’s Gin.
In contrast, the next day in Warwick at Underwood’s Wine Warehouse, vintage cars were parked side by side with wooden wine crates and the orchestra found its place inbetween for a show opened by Stylusboy. There was more of a homecoming atmosphere with friends filling the seats for Mister Keith’s newly adopted county of Warwickshire.
A jovial atmosphere accompanied a boyant set of songs in album order, but played with