October Highlights!

October was a busy month for us – no change there! With Christmas parties already in sight there’s been a lot of activity both on and off stage for us MADHEN’s We were proud to showcase our new act CandyAmp at the start of the month It’s a project we’ve been working on for a long time now With over a …

MADHEN Party On!

The MADHEN party never stops! We’ve had such a busy month, both with gigs all over the UK and abroad. Plus a lot of behind the scenes work too. We drove to a beautiful part of the UK on the 5th of September. Elvedon Forest was the location for a fun night. Thanks to Tom everyone at West End Studios. …

Summer’s coming…

We had another heavy schedule this June. Much of our sleep happening on planes! 3 gigs at the Marcliffe in Aberdeen for Shell completing 5 parties up in Scotland with the team from Grass Roots. Every night was ‘carnival’ and we had great fun. Thanks to Michelle and the entire team involved…”Shake Shake Shake Señora” We performed at a wedding …

MADHEN’s merry merry month of May

The month of May has been a busy one for us MADHEN’s We started with a wedding for Fleur and Niku at the In & Out Club in St James’s Square in the heart of London where the crowd went wild! Fleur wrote: “You guys were our highlight and everyone commented on just how fantastic you were…so energetic and totally …

What a great month!

March was a really busy month for us MADHEN’s We started on the 1st with a showcase in Berlin which was great fun. We performed at a beautifully converted Water Pump Building (Rheinnacht – Eventlocation Wasserwerk). The crowd were brilliant and we already have gigs in the diary from a fun night. Thanks to all involved and those who came …

Busy busy band!

November 2012 was one of our busiest months to date, with 15 gigs all over the UK and abroad it was hard work for us MADHEN’s but amazing all the same.  We performed in Cirencester, London, Vienna, Glasgow, Birmingham, Richmond, Aberdeen, Manchester, Brockenhurst and Bath – to name but a few places. Cirencester was the first of our ports of …