MUSIC fans will be able to see three homegrown acts at Poole’s Lighthouse next month.

Live & Unheard will see unsigned artists 27 Days, Robert Lowe and Creeke perform in the venue's Sherling Studio on Wednesday, May 1.

“Dynamic hard sleaze-rock band” 27 Days formed in Bournemouth in 2016 and have toured the Midlands and North of England and played numerous festivals. Singer Jordan Watts, lead guitarist Steven Speck, bassist Jayke Turl and drummer Phil James will be topping the bill and their debut album is entitled, Live Fast Die Young

Robert Lowe is described as a "prolific writer of conceptual music" who brings together artists from around the world for unique recording projects covering a range of genres.

New band Creeke complete the line-up who will be opening the show. Hailing from Bournemouth, the band consists of Rob Davies, Ryan Jaszek, Billy Jones and Huw Courtney-Tucker and their music ranges from grunge to blues and funk.

Live & Unheard takes place on the first Wednesday of the month and will return on June 5 and July 3.

The event is organised by Hangover Hill recording studios and bands and artists interested in performing at Live & Unheard are invited to contact the studio at

Tickets cost £9.50 and to book call 01202 280000 or visit