Longy & the Gospel Trash – Saturday

/Longy & the Gospel Trash – Saturday

Longy & the Gospel Trash – Saturday

Appearing out of nowhere at the end of 2013, anonymous busker LONGY has whipped up a frenzy of rumour, intrigue and praise in equal measure. From being awarded Demo of the Year (XFM London) for his self ­released debut EP, to filling Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen on a Tuesday night during the tube strike and even convincing the cream of the British press that he’s headlining Glastonbury, all without putting a single song online, LONGY knows how to get people talking.

With his army of fans growing and wild rumours circling in the British press as to LONGY’s real identity, 2014 has been an explosive year. Summer saw him perform a string of blistering festival performances, including Secret Garden Party and a mainstage performance at Village Green Festival, where LONGY brought on a marching drum band and a 25­piece gospel choir.

Longy’s latest challenge is 500 gigs in 500 days. 2018 will see him fulfil that with Jimmy’s  Festival helping him along the way


“Will LONGY be the next Rolling Stones?”

– The Telegraph




– BuzzFeed

“We haven’t seen a ‘man of the people’ tale like this since Arctic Monkeys”

– Artrocker

“This guy is really special.”

– Camden New Journal

“F righteningly talented.”
– Eddy Temple Morris (XFM)

“One to watch.”


“A band that may well be their own self-fulfilling prophecy.” – I Am Music TV

“This may be the ‘I saw him before he was famous’ gig I’ll be bragging to my friends about in a year’s time.”

– Loose Lips

“Could Longy perhaps be the future of music?”

– Gigslutz

“LONGY won’t reveal his identity and is a bit of a man of mystery so think of him as the Batman of music and deal with it.”

– London On The Inside


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