Read more about the event here
In aid of Amnesty International
The Ginglik underground bar is directly in front of Shepherd’s Bush tube station in the middle of the green as you cross the road to reach the West 12 Shopping Centre.
70’s Iranian music sounds like:
Organised by Six Pillars to Persia radio show, on Resonance 104.4FM
Get tickets in advance from: http://www.wegottickets.com/event/64436
See some of Amnesty’s work in Iran: http://www.amnesty.org/en/region/iran
Six Pillars – Hush the Many Heed the Few
Nima Tehranchi, singer from Hush the Many Heed the Few visits the studio and talks to Fari Bradley about his success with Hush the Many and with his own solo project “Sliding Rule“.
Nima plays live in the studio.
Hush the Many are known for their finely balanced vocal interplays and innovative songwriting and have appeared in festivals all over the UK. Since giving this interview, Hush the Many have gone their seperate ways and Nima now writes and sings with Arrows of Love. Importantly, after the show Nima mentioned that being a guest on Six Pillars had made him feel more like an Iranian and inspired to find out more about the Iranian community in London, something non-Farsi speakers have limited access to. Nima is not the first to point this out.