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Leamington Spa, UK

Nizlopi were a British two man band from Leamington Spa, UK with Luke Concannon (vocals, guitar, bodhran) and John Parker (double bass, beatbox, guitar, backing vocals). They were initially friends who’ve been writing and playing music together since their early teens. They take their band name from a Hungarian girl that Luke had a crush on at school.

Nizlopi gigged relentlessly since the start of the 21st century. They are renowned for crowd involvement at their gigs, giving an energetic performance. Often improvising, inviting people up on stage to sing and dance or unplugging and going into the crowd. They took part in ‘Healthy Concerts’ or ‘gigs in digs’ where artists play in someone’s house.

They have been on tour with, and shared gigs and stages with a diverse range of artists. They have toured the UK and Europe with Jamie Cullum, joined Christina Aguilera for two nights at Wembley Arena, toured Ireland with Damien Dempsey, opened Gigbeth festival with Mr Hudson and The Library, duetted with Billy Bragg at the Hackney Empire, and been supported at headline shows by Newton Faulkner and Duke Special amongst others. The band have been able to take in a great number of esteemed venues, headlining shows at the Shepherd’s Bush Empire and at Indigo2 at the 02 Arena (formerly the Millenium Dome.

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