Saturday 2nd September 2017 – Laura Smyth & Ted Kemp plus floor spots
With repertoire drawn from and inspired by their roots in the North West and East Anglia, Laura and Ted take an upfront no-nonsense approach to English folk, placing an emphasis on strong vocals, tight harmonies and unfussy arrangements. Instruments between them are concertina, guitar, banjo and cello.
Saturday 14th October 2017 – Oka Vanga plus floor spots
Whether singing, playing guitar, ukulele or mandolin , Angela Meyer & William Cox’s relaxed banter and gift for story telling makes their music both interesting and memorable. Their much anticipated second album ‘Dance of the Copper Trail’ (2017) is being hailed as their best work yet.
Saturday 11th November 2017 – Arfur Doo & the Toerags plus floor spots
Traditional Irish folk band wth a few twists. Guitar, bass, Cajon, banjo, mandolin, fiddle, flute, penny whistle and recorder combine for fast-paced, energetic tunes and delicate ballads.
Saturday 2nd December – CLOSED
Saturday 6th January 2018 – Kieran Towers & Charlotte Carrivick plus floor spots
A dynamic duo of award winning instrumentalists playing and singing tunes and songs from the Appalachian mountains of North America. Kieran’s fiddle weaves and pulses around Charlotte’s intricate banjo, mandolin and guitar. Their debut album of traditional and original instrumentals recieved high praise across the board, with their live set also containing a selection of traditional old time songs as well.
Saturday 3rd February 2018 – Lis, Jess and Chris plus floor spots
With Lis on fiddle and concertina, Chris on fiddle, and Jess on whistle and hurdy gurdy, this bunch of amazing folk musicians play tunes and songs that will pierce your soul, as well as make you tap your feet and sing along of course!
Saturday 3rd March 2018 – TBC plus floor spots
Saturday 7th April 2018 – TBC plus floor spots
Saturday 5th May 2018 – TBC plus floor spots
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