May 2- Kashmir Klub/BMI Live Webcast from London

Posted in News on May 9, 2000
The Kashmir Klub/BMI Showcase and live webcast took place last night with a full line-up of writers and performers. Webcasting a monthly showcase of BMI writers and artists live from the heart of London to the rest of the world, performers included Mark Nevin, Waterfront, Steve Stapley with Richard Niles, Idolize and Harriet Roberts.

Click to visit the Kashmir Klub web site.

The Kashmir Klub, recently described by The Sunday Times as "the coolest club in town," is arguably London's most innovative live music venue. The brainchild of former Cutting Crew keyboardist and veteran singer/songwriter Tony Moore, the club has set as its goal to provide the best possible platform for live music in London. Run on a strictly non-profit-making basis, performers at the Kashmir are not paid. Admission to the club is free and much of the equipment like the sound system and Internet connections has been donated.


Performer Richard Niles, BMI's Brandon Bakshi and performer Stephen Stapley are seen here after the show. Performer Harriet Roberts takes the stage.
BMI's Phil Graham presents a guitar from Tacoma to Kashmir Klub organizer Tony Moore. Moore playing the guitar.


The Kashmir Klub is located at the Basement Bar & Restaurant, No 6 Nottingham Place (corner of Paddington St.), W1. Nearest tube: Baker St. For table reservations, call 44 (0) 207 224-2556.