Fuller House Move To Chadron House
Moving house, but not without some serious drama.
Chadron House, one of the UK’s biggest music labels, has announced it will be moving to the new home of House of Blues, which it had previously occupied in the heart of London.
House of Blues is one of London’s best-known venues, and has been one of our best performing venues for the past five years.
The house has been open since 1996 and has hosted such music acts as Ed Sheeran, Bruno Mars, Ed Sheers, John Legend, John Mayer and Justin Bieber.
It’s a massive news, but the news doesn’t stop there.
Chadian music producer Chadron house will also be moving out of the iconic house in Camden, north London.
In a statement, Chadron said:Chadrons House is a home for artists from around the world and the community that supports them, and the move is a way for us to continue to build on the legacy of the house in this exciting new home.
We’re so excited to see our friends and colleagues coming and going from the house over the next few months.
Chads house is owned by the London-based label Black Diamond, which is one part of a global conglomerate that includes EMI and Universal Music Group.
It has a large and loyal fan base across Europe and the US.
The move will see the home become the home of the new house of house group The Alchemist.
A source told The Sun:The Alchemist are currently working on a record, which will be the first of their new series.
They’re working on their third album and we’re hoping that the new record will be out next year.
We’re looking forward to seeing what they have in store.
A spokesperson for the label said:The house is a hugely iconic venue in London, which hosts such music groups as Ed Herrmann, Bruno, Ed Herrs, John Lennon, John Stamos, Ed Smith and Justin.
In addition to the news, it also announced that it had secured an additional 20 years of sponsorship from The Big Lottery, which has a long-term investment of over £3 billion.
A new set of security measures will be introduced to the house, including CCTV cameras, and a new sign will be installed to remind guests that the house is on the move.
The brand will also have an extension on its premises, with the doors to the property now closed.
It is currently only open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6pm.