Alex Vann is a Wolverhampton singer/songwriter with many years’ experience in bands, duets and as a solo artist.
He started writing songs as a teenager and has a highly distinctive acoustic guitar style, impassioned vocals and plays piano and many other instruments in his live shows and on his albums.
He has a knack for writing catchy choruses and his music has been used on television, film and radio.
He has released many self-produced albums throughout his musical career and also provides song writing workshops in education and community settings.
He has tackled many difficult subjects in his writing with the aim of making them accessible to a wide audience. These include: domestic abuse, dementia, the Holocaust, the Deaf world and LGBT issues.
Dave Pitt is an award winning playwright, performance poet, story teller and workshop facilitator.
Dave’s plays have been performed in many places, most recently in the 14:48 theatre festival in Seattle.
He has performed poetry around the country both solo and as part of the group, “Poets, Prattlers and Pandemonialists.” He hails from Darlaston and now lives in Wolverhampton.
“Black Country Stormzy” – Jimmy Andrex. Performance Poet.
“Dave Pitt took an already superb atmosphere and turned it up a notch or two with a superb set. We definitely hope to bring him back to Oooh Beehive again in the future.” – Oooh Beehive, Swindon.
“Voice of Social Justice” – Review of Performance Poetry gig.