Last weekend Hannah Paris appeared at the wonderful BBC Intoducing Live event at Tobacco Dock in London. The event offers a rich and varied programme of panels, ‘in conversation’ chats, debates, advice and more from top industry names including Pete Tong, Annie Mac, Jo Whiley, Steve Lamacq, Jamie Cullum and Tom Robinson.
Day 1 of #BBCMusicIntroducingLIVE has come to a close! And what a day it has been! We can’t wait for what tomorrow brings at London’s Tobacco Dock Venue LTD! BUT FIRST… time to celebrate a 🔥first day with you all & Catfish and The Bottlemen at their sold out headline gig! Grab your tickets for tomorrow AND/or Saturday at www.introducinglive.co.uk or on the door – see you in the morning! 🌞🎵
Posted by BBC Music Introducing LIVE on Thursday, October 31, 2019
As part of the event selected artists are invited to attend and play, and Hannah Paris was chosen to take part in this year’s event.
“I was thrilled to be invited to play at one of the pop up stages in what is the biggest event of its type. 3 days, where unsigned and aspiring artists get a chance to get up close to some of the people shaping the music business today and to get an insight in the whole industry. It was also great to see so many diverse genres of music in one place, which doesn’t happen often and what a place Tobacco Dock is. Its like a warren of brick caves and glass fronted rooms. From seminars, informal chats and demos to pop up stages and live BBC broadcasts going out on from every BBC station. It was a bit mad. Everywhere you turned there were people carrying keyboards, guitars and I even saw a cello. As an event for unsigned artists, it is unparalleled.”