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St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel

February 25, 2015 14:19 ET

St. Pancras Hotel Taps the Talent of the King's Cross Music Scene for Upcoming Concert

Laura Welsh Gives an Acoustic Performance at the St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM--(Marketwired - Feb 25, 2015) - Getting inside London's music scene, as it turns out, is as easy as dropping in at the St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel on 11 March 2015. For while others are trudging from one obscure club to another in search of the next big thing, those in the know will instead be relaxing at the hotel's Booking Office Bar to see singer/songwriter Laura Welsh demonstrate why she has all the insiders talking.

Located among hotels near London's Eurostar station, the St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel has cultivated a reputation for combining historic and luxurious accommodations with amenities tailored to modern travellers. And the upcoming Laura Welsh concert represents a perfect union of the two.

Set within The Booking Office Bar, a dramatic space offering up cathedral ceilings with its classic British fare, the concert will kick off at 7 p.m. Welsh will perform two sets showcasing her debut album, "Soft Control," which is due for release on 9 March. Fans will get to hear the voice behind Gorgon City's top-10 hit "Here For You" single, as well as the "Undiscovered" track from the "Fifty Shades of Grey" Original Motion Picture Soundtrack.

Welsh's exclusive, acoustic performance will join some impressive ranks at this boutique hotel in London. Its "Renaissance Hotels Presents..." events have previously included Kodaline and Jack Savoretti, both of whom are currently enjoying representation in the UK Top 20 Albums Chart. And Welsh, whose soon-to-be-released album includes a duet with John Legend titled "Hardest Part", is poised to join them. Often compared to such venerable performers as Florence and the Machine and Adele, Welsh channels her powerful voice and confessional lyrics into irresistible pop songs.

The hotel's concerts have become one of the most exciting things to do in London these days, both for the quality of the performances on offer and the sense of momentum they are helping to build in King's Cross. The area continues to emerge as a hub of London's music industry, thanks to the presence of Tileyard Studios, the music management and publishing company, as well as a number of acclaimed music venues and concerts like these.

Between the glamorous setting and the top-tier entertainment, the St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel makes the music scene both accessible and unforgettable. And that's music to everyone's ears.

About the St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel
With its fairytale spires and legendary history, the St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel promises historical splendor, modern opulence and 5-star service. Accommodations include some of London's most luxurious with lavish hotel suites in the original building that boast soaring ceilings, wide windows and butler service, as well as modern guest rooms outfitted with flat-screen televisions and plush bedding. Other features include the subterranean spa; 12,034 square feet of beautiful and versatile event space; and an Express branch of the Gentlemen's Tonic, an establishment devoted to male grooming. Visitors are also invited to try the hotel's celebrated English cuisine in a number of restaurants, from The Gilbert Scott Bar and Restaurant (featuring the culinary genius of Marcus Wareing) to The Booking Office Bar & Restaurant. While there's plenty to experience on-site, the hotel is also conveniently located for sightseeing. The British Museum is close by, while the adjoining St. Pancras railway station and Eurostar terminal promise more adventures further afield.

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