Three of the Mayor of Enfield's favourite bands will perform live at the Millfield Theatre on January 27 to raise funds for her charity, Enfield Cares.

Red Sky July, Van Susans and JFK Blues have all confirmed they will perform for Cllr Christine Hamilton's charity concert. As a huge fan of Live Music who regularly attends the concerts of all three bands, she is reportedly delighted that they will join together to form one night of music.

Red Sky July is husband and wife duo Ally Mcerlaine (guitarist in Texas) and Shelly Poole (one half of Alisha’s Attic), along with former model Charity Hair (The Alice Band).

Red Sky July’s sound is a hazy blend of alt-country and Americana and they have been added to the playlist on BBC Radio 2 as well as appearing on a whole host of radio and TV slots.

The band have supported artists including Sheryl Crow, Steve Earle, 10CC, Tom Jones, Beth Nielsen Chapman and Jools Holland. Festivals they have performed at include Glastonbury, Isle of Wight and T in the Park.

Red Sky July released their third album The Truth and The Lie in March 2016. Recorded in their own studio, the band were joined by Grammy nominated, Nashville based singer songwriter Beth Nielsen Chapman (Elton John, Neil Diamond, Willie Nelson).

On release the album debuted in the top three of the Official UK Country Charts.

Epping Forest Guardian:

Van Susans are a pop rock band residing from London. Consisting of Olly Andrews, Will Showler, Holly McLatchie and brothers Rob Dullaway and Ed Dullaway, the group have a passion for melodic harmonies and tales of love and heartbreak, accompanied by both

acoustic rhythms and assertive electric guitar riffs.

Van Susans are signed to the independent label Beatnik Geek Records and cite classic mid-nineties to early noughties bands as influences, such as Jack’s Mannequin, Jimmy Eat World, Something Corporate, Dashboard Confessional, Jamie T and Incubus.

Their line-up includes the usual lead and backing vocals, guitars, keyboards and the occasional sounds of a violin played by Holly.

Epping Forest Guardian:

JFK Blue is a rock blues band with a fresh take on well-crafted rock and blues. These are musicians with one aim - to play their style of blues and rock with freedom of expression, not to get hung up on genres but to play music that they like. In doing so their music is contemporize yet has a retro feel. The band is made up of Chris Elliott, guitar and lead vocals, Iago Banet, lead guitar, Leslie Fleischman on bass guitar and Sol Ezra with drums, percussion and vocals.

Millfield Theatre, Silver Street, Edmonton, N18 1PJ, January 27. Details: 0208 807 6680,