MORGANWAY with support from Hollie Rodgers & Gina Larner


The Crypt at St Martin-in-the-Fields


April 25 2024


7:00 pm



Celebrate Americana Music at Black Deer Live’s London launch on April 25th


Located beneath St Martin’s on Trafalgar Square in this phenomenal crypt, which is transformed into an atmospheric music venue like no other.

In conjunction with TALENTBANQ, Black Deer Live are delighted to be bringing headline act Morganway to The Crypt, alongside Hollie Rodgers & The All Star Band and Gina Larner.


Striking melodies, energetic rhythms, catchy songs, and a fiercely formidable live act – Morganway have made quite the impression on the UK’s rising Americana scene.

Their single ‘Let Me Go’ won Classic Rock’s Track of The Week, followed by a string of successful summer festivals (Glastonbury, Black Deer, C2C and Millport Country to name a few), and sell-out national tours.


🎸 ‘Morganway is “like no other band out there right now…. reminiscent of Fleetwood Mac”’Entertainment Focus


🎸 ‘…recalling “…Fleetwood Mac in their prime…like a female fronted Led Zeppelin.”’Get Ready To Rock


🎸 ‘Best Group’ 2021 & 2022 British Country Music Awards


🎸 “One of the best and most exciting prospects to emerge in a long time.”Maverick Magazine



This is certainly not one to miss!

Hollie Rogers and The All Star Band.

Support from Hollie Rogers and The All Star Band.

Hollie Rogers is a singer, songwriter and guitarist, celebrated for her powerful vocals and live performances that often make audiences both laugh and cry. She has opened for acts like KT Tunstall, Suzanne Vega and Ralph McTell and is no stranger to stages at Black Deer and other high profile festivals like Glastonbury.

The incredible All Star Band consists of the musical talents of Daisy Chute, Michele Stodart, Eddy Smith and Howard Rose.

Gina Larner

Opening set from Gina Larner.

Gina Larner is an award winning singer/songwriter from Brighton, whose original songs are a mixture of country/pop-rock. Her debut album ‘Something Good’ was nominated for BCMA’S ‘Album Of The Year’ 2024 as well as ‘Best Up and Coming Artist’ at the prestigious Boisdale Award 2022. Influences from Fleetwood Mac, KT Tunstall, Lily Allen and Kasey Musgraves.