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Friday, 21 February 2020

Faith Guitars at the Guitar Show 2020



 Faith Guitars at the Guitar Show 2020
 








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Thursday, 20 February 2020

Band From County Hell Upcoming Gigs

Check out Sleaford's very own Celt Rockers The Band From County Hell!

Band From County Hell Upcoming Gigs  Check here for bfch dates...

www.bfch.co.uk                 Email: mailto:celticartists@aol.com

The Floyd Effect at Lincoln Drill Hall Saturday 29 February 7.30 pm



The Floyd Effect are renowned for their remarkable accuracy in recreating the music of Pink Floyd. With every note played and sung by the band, each concert is a genuine 'live' experience - powerful, immersive and emotional.


Tickets from 01522 873894

http://www.thefloydeffect.com 
www.lincolndrillhall.com

Glasshouse Acoustic, Key Theatre, Peterborough on Sunday 23 February, 2020.


It's a Glasshouse 'February Fabulous Four' with John Mosedale,
 Eva Rose, The Old Grey Dogs and The Stuffed Cats. Sunday 23 February, 2020.

Doors open 2pm, live music from 2.30 to 5.30pm, free, accessible, relaxed and family friendly - a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon.
Full details at...

www.glasshouseacoustic.org.uk

Monday, 17 February 2020

Live Music at Old Nick's Tavern, Horncastle, March, 2020


Live Music at Old Nick's Tavern, 

Horncastle, March, 2020


8 North St, Horncastle, LN9 5DX

01507 526862

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BAND
Wed Evening
Jam & Open Mic Night.  Musicians come & join in – ALL genres welcome – backline provided which includes 1 x Drum kit, 1 x bass amp plus 1 x guitar amp, please bring own instruments.  8.30pm start.      FREE ENTRY
Sat 7th
Three Time Looser  (A Mix of Rock Covers ) Performing songs from 60s onwards covering artists such as The Rolling Stones, Dire Straits, Alice Cooper, Free, The Clash, Slade, Guns’N’Roses and more.............  9.00pm Start      FREE ENTRY
Sat 14th    
Boomstick Celebrating St Patrick’s Day with an evening of pure entertainment. So what type of music do this bunch of bikers and ageing hippies play? Pretty much anything from bluegrass to folk to rock and pop (most of them can remember the original releases too!). What's different about Broomstick; no pressure, no egos or tiers of leadership, just tears of bloody laughter. This bunch just enjoy themselves, and joining in is compulsory.  9pm start.      FREE ENTRY
Sat 21ST   
Untamed (Heavy Rock). We welcome back this 5 piece band from Peterborough who have had a little break and are back even better than before.  They play anything metal. From 80s to today, stuff like Iron Maiden, Ozzy, Metallica, and a lot more. They are a band of the twenty-first century; fresh, loud (not excessively so) and extremely enjoyable. One definitely NOT to miss!!  9pm start.      FREE ENTRY
Sat 28th  
Verbal Warning (Old Skool Punk Rock) The Spirit of 1977, this Nottingham band has entertained Old Nicks’ audiences on several occasions much to the appreciation of all.  Very enjoyable playing all your favourites, be it punk or punked up rock or some of their own material which is as good as any chart hit!  9pm start.       FREE ENTRY

Thursday, 13 February 2020

Up Coming Thursday Lunchtime Live Music Sessions in Lincoln Drill Hall Cafe/Bar


Lincoln Drill Hall Thursday Music Sessions Spring 2020

12.00 pm to 2.00 pm in the Drill Hall Café/Bar

Admission Free



27 February       Keith Luckey - Country, roots and oldies

05 March             Lynn McFarland – Americana, folk and roots

12 March             Colin Dudman & Richard King – Piano/Saxophone

19 March             Andy Tymens – Acoustic folk and roots

26 March             Archy Thomas – 17-year-old one-man band 

02 April                Nigel and Teri – Folk music duo














Monday, 10 February 2020

Introducing GearJammer


Introducing GearJammer

GearJammer perform as a traditional guitar based band, with the familiar line up of lead guitar/lead vocals, rhythm guitar/backing vocals, bass guitar/backing vocals, and drums.  Rick, the lead guitarist, is also an excellent blues harp player

The band irst formed in September 2017, but went through a number of personnel changes until the formation of the current line up early in 2019.

GearJammer’s style takes a more contemporary and up-beat approach to the blues, and comprises both covers and self penned work.  They cover contemporary blues songs from the likes of Joe Bonamassa, Eric Clapton, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Kris Barras, Joanne Shaw Taylor, Samantha Fish, and Johnny Lang.

The band also continue to find and write new material to ensure their programme maintains a fresh and interesting appeal


GearJammer regularly perform at a mixture of venues, including festivals, pubs, and clubs, and have a busy schedule ahead for 2020, however, we are always keen to add more dates if the diary allows.  If you wish to know more, or book us for an event, please contact us at…





Statford Barn Festival 14 to 18 August 2020


Statford Barn Festival 14 to 18 August 2020
Custom created for Statfold Barn Railway; the Statfold Barn Festival encompasses everything we love about a summer festival, all set in 1,000 acres of spectaular English countryside.

Over three days in August 2020, the stages will play host to live music with well-known headliners, unsigned talent and world-class tribute acts. We're talking popular, sing-along, memory-invoking songs from top musicians. Wrapped around the live music we have plenty of quality entertainment for the children, interactive workshops, live theatre, pop-up panto, a fairground, huge soft play marquee...and much more. 

Topping it all off we have a specially invited group of food traders, licenced bars, a comedy stage, all of course the whole festival takes place right alongside an amazing narrow-gauge railway museum. 

The line up includes Leicester band GearJammer!





Thursday, 6 February 2020

News From Town Hall Live, Kirton In Lindsey, Lincolnshire, UK.


 


TOWN HALL LIVE

FRIDAY 14TH FEBRUARY 2020

AMY SPEACE



with support from ALI SPERRY


'Amy Speace's songs hang together like a short story collection, united from a common vantage point and common predicaments.  It is a gift to hear a heart so modest even when it is wide open,'
Nashville based Amy Speace is a timeless, classic singer and songwriter.  She has one of the richest and loveliest voices and her songs are luxuriously smart. 
Since her discovery in 2006 by folk pop icon Judy Collins, Amy has been heralded as one of the leading voices of the new generation of American singers.  From her beginnings in New York as a classically trained actress with the National Shakespeare Company, Amy started playing her own songs in Greenwich Village Coffee Houses, before moving to East Nashville in 2009.
Since then she has released six critically acclaimed albums, the latest of which 'Me and the Ghost of Charlemagne' is just superb.
Amy has played at Glastonbury, The Cambridge Folk Festival, and most recently The Long Road Festival.  She is also a gifted writer and has published essays in the New York Times,  The American Songwriter and other high profile magazines.
  Now Amy embarks on her latest UK tour to showcase 'The Ghost of Charlemagne'.  Her THL concert is the last of five dates.
Support comes from fellow Nashvillian Ali Sperry.  She is a gifted song writer with a sweet personality and even sweeter voice, with the ability to reach listeners with clever lyrics and melodies that resonate in a powerful manner.

Tickets are priced at £13, they can be purchased from the Costcutter store in Kirton (soon to be Londis!), from Brian on 01652 649230 or brianchudley@btinternet.com or get them from www.wegottickets.com




 on
SATURDAY 7TH MARCH, 2020

 it's THE ROBBIE CAVANAGH BAND
with support from Dem Marriner.


We are delighted that Robbie Cavanagh is bringing his band to Kirton, as part of their first headlining UK Tour.
Robbie performs self penned, un-scrubbed tales of heartbreak, love loss and discovery.  When he puts pen to paper he lives by his own words.  He writes with honesty, emotion, and most important instinctively.  He sings with clear, soothing vocals and a gentle manner.
Over the years he has been championed by BBC Radio 2's Bob Harris, who has invited him to perform at Festival and Showcases across the UK and America.
Support will come from the wonderful Demi Marriner.  Demi's passion and emotion is so contagious that it is impossible not to be captivated by her.  Riding shotgun alongside her unique and outstanding songwriting are her powerful vocals and emotive live performances,


Tickets are priced at £13.50 they can be purchased from the Costcutter store in Kirton (soon to be Londis!), from Brian on 01652 649230 or brianchudley@btinternet.com or get them from www.wegottickets.com

Venue:  Town Hall, Market Square, Kirton in Lindsey, N Lincs, DN21 4LZ

The above two shows are followed by two blockbusters:  

On Friday 20th March we welcome back JENN BOSTIC back to Kirton.

Jenn is best known for her song 'Jealous of the Angels' and was championed by Terry Wogan and has appeared on BBC Breakfast and Songs of Praise.  She was named International Touring Artist of the Year in both 2017 & 2018 by the BCMA.  Support will come from Welsh singer Laura Evans.  Tickets are selling fast for this concert, get yours now

And then on Friday 3rd April we welcome THE PAPERBOYS back to Kirton.

  The band from Vancouver have been lighting up stages across the world for over 25 years with their freewheeling blend of influences from Celtic to bluegrass and Mexican music to Canadian roots and more, to produce a melting pot of sounds.  They are just brilliant.  Support will come from THL favourite Dan Webster.


For tickets ring Brian on 01652 649230 or email him at brianchudley@btinternet.com or get them from www.wegottickets.com
 
For more information on these and other concerts visit www.townhalllive.co.uk