Monday, 6 May 2019

Danny Schmidt at Kirton In Lindsey Town Hall Friday 10 May 2019


 support from Gregory S Davies and The Southern Light 

Danny Schmidt is incomparable and a 'can't miss performer.
Named in the Chicago Tribune's list of '50 Most Significant Songwriters of the last 50 years.
Performing solo armed with just his voice, his acoustic guitar and acute commentary, Danny is the authentic troubadour, one man sharing the truth in the form of songs, unadorned and intimate.  The understated effect is powerful.
In March this year he released his ninth studio album 'Standard Deviation'.  It is articulate, thoughtful, intelligent and melodic, a quiet masterpiece.
All of Danny's songs carry the power of fine poetry.  They are filled with nimble wordplay and convey weight, depth and substance.
Danny Schmidt is incomparable and a can't miss performer.  His guitar playing is exceptional, where every melody can be appreciated even if there are no words.

Support comes from Yorkshire based songwriter Gregory S Davies, who will be accompanied by his band The Southern Light, which consists of Sam Jackson on bass and Jack Amblin on drums,  They have just released the album 'Pathfinder', which is rooted into a heavier sound rooted in rock.  It promotes themes of hope and unity against a backdrop of an uncertain world.
Advance Tickets are £13.50 and can be obtained from the One Stop store in Kirton, from Brian on 01652 649230 or or from

Venue:  Town Hall, Market Square, Kirton in Lindsey, N Lincs, DN21 4LZ
 and then we have a little break until on
when we welcome back

'Callaghan's effortlessly, sweet sounding, lilting, silvery vocals take you to a sun drenched place where worries are a thing of the past'
Grantham girl made good, Callaghan is back at Town Hall Live.
Her story is well known.  In 2010, whilst living in London she sent a demo tape to Shawn Mullins.  He was impressed and invited Callaghan over to Atlanta and offered to produce her debut album 'Life in Full Colour'.  It was a classic case of taking a risk and throwing your life into upheaval to chase your dreams.  She stayed in Atlanta for three years before moving to Nashville and then LA and has played all across America.
She has recorded three more albums 'A History of Now', 'Acoustic Coffee House' and 'Callaghan' and is in the process of recording 'Acoustic Coffee House 2'
Callaghan is blessed with a beautiful sweet and soothing voice, a strong knack for pretty and harmonic melodies .  She has a warmth and purity of spirit that shines through in her performances.
Advance Tickets are on sale NOW and are priced at £14.
They can be purchased from the OneStop store in town, Brian on 01652 649230 or

Our 2019 programme is now complete and there are some great concerts to look forward to in the second half of the year:

 Friday 12th July: THE BLACK FEATHERS
 Friday 2nd August: THE DAN WEBSTER BAND
Friday 23rd August
TIP JAR from Holland
Friday 13th September: THE JOSH BURNELL BAND
Friday27th September
Saturday19th October: GILMORE & ROBERTS
Friday 1st November:  BIRDS OF CHICAGO
Saturday 23rd
Saturday 14th December: THE ELLES BAILEY BAND

For more information on these concerts visit

Bring Your Friends for a Great Night Out and Save on Tickets!
We would like as many people as possible to come and enjoy the concerts we put on. Why not ask your friends?
Any person buying 6 tickets up to one week before any concert will get £1 off the ticket price on all tickets purchased.
This offer is available only by ringing Brian on 01652 649230 or emailing

Looking for a place to stay or just a pre match meal?
Try The George Hotel which is just 20m from the Town Hall

Special pre-show offer - Two bar meals for £12 - between 5 pm & 6pm.
(pre bookings only - ring 01652 640600)
or book a overnight stay for a special price of £80 for two people (Dinner, Bed and Breakfast)

Or alternatively BENGAL DYNASTY in the Market Square offer a 4 course happy hour meal (Friday Only) for £12.50 per person between 17:30 and19:00. To book, call 01652 648370. 
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