It was a quiet evening on a warm night at the Marbles Barstool on Saturday night, with a DJ playing Marbles and a group of locals in a circle chatting away about music, food and life.
But in between that was the story of a girl who grew up in a world that is changing, with rock music becoming a major genre of its own.
Jenna Marblings, now 20, grew up listening to rock and pop music growing up in the UK.
She is the author of a book on her life and work, and was inspired to write it in a way that reflected her own journey.
“I think rock and roll is very much about a sense of hope and a sense that you can have something and you don’t have to have everything,” she said.
“But then it was a bit like, what if you could make something that was better?”
I started writing it while I was in a hospital bed.
I didn’t know how to do anything else.
It was just one of those things that would never happen.
It wasn’t until I was writing it that I really understood how much it meant to me, how much I was missing out on that.
She’s been to Europe three times and played a couple of gigs in Spain and Italy.
But she is currently playing in the US and her next shows are in London and Chicago.
In her own words, she wants to help the people of the world “live a better, more beautiful, more exciting life”.
Marblies first gig was in 2008 when she toured with The Cure and they did the video for ‘The Night’.
“I was doing my usual set-up: I would go into the club and I would dance.
I was like, ‘I’m going to take a little break here for like an hour, and then I’m going back to dance again’.
And then I was going, ‘Oh, I got to go back to my dressing room’.
And I’m looking at my wardrobe and I’m like, I need a little bit more.
I just felt like I needed to take it off, so I went and got my makeup done, and I just started dancing again,” she told BBC Sport.
“That was my first time ever being on a tour, and for me, it was really surreal.
You don’t expect it.
It’s not like, you go, ‘You know what?
This is going to be a really big thing’.” Marblions latest tour started at Wembley Arena in London in March 2016 and will go to Manchester Arena in June.
It will be her third UK tour, after the previous one was in 2014 and 2016.
She will also play a number of shows in America and Mexico.
“The most amazing part of the whole thing is, I had a really great experience in Mexico, and now it’s on home turf, and people are really supportive.
And it’s amazing that you have to do it all in the USA and Europe,” she added.
Marblis books are being written.
She wants to create a “new and exciting” world, and hopes to create an audience.
“If you are on the internet or if you are a fan of rock, you have been missing out,” she explained.
“And I think that is where rock is really going.
We’re in the era of social media, so if you go to a club, if you want to meet a fan, if a friend wants to meet you, if someone wants to take your picture, that’s all happening online.
So, the world of social and media is just exploding. “
We’re not just talking about music here, but there’s the whole world of the media.
So, the world of social and media is just exploding.
So I’m really looking forward to the next stage.”
For more on Jenna Marbling, listen to her interview with the BBC Sport Breakfast show on Sunday 2 April at 8:00am and the programme will be available on the BBC iPlayer.