Mark Braby, Shaun Hendry and Jude Cowan Montague present the latest in an ongoing series of genuinely alternative after-office live entertainments. Admission is free. Donations, to the performers, will be sought.
Friday 17th February 2017
Those who will be appearing in front of you (in no particular order):
KATHY HULME - Kathy Hulme, half of screwball folk duo The C Siders reads her less 'singable' work. Melancholic, acerbic and a little disturbing. Kathy has been in a few bands over the years mainly the Honkies, Smartbombs and occasionally the Orchestre Murphy but that was ages ago.
ROSHI FEATURING PARS RADIO - Our favourite ethereal Iranian Welsh singer and artist returns to beguile the scaledown audience with songs of pure beauty.
BOB CONSTANT - He’s got a handful of songs to sing you, usually something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue….. and always slightly bruised. Feel the pain, feel the love…. feel the need…..open your arms wide for Mr Bob Constant.
STEPHEN EvEns - Stephen EvEns (aka Stephen Gilchrist) has mis-spent the good years gifted him by touring the world as an auxiliary cog in the machinery of major “indie-stardom”. Now, arming himself with a battered guitar and a Casiotone, he decided to channel all his bitterness & resentment into songs rather than bottling it up. The result is the album Bonjour Poulet available on Onomatopoiea Records and aired to the scaledown audience!.
BEECHING'S AXE - Guitars shunt and whirring tapes evoke a golden age of travel … let Beeching’s Axe take you back to more innocent times….. chop, chop, don’t be late. Sorry, no drinks trolley
BONESETTER REES - Digging the trench of poetical melodic protest acoustic post punk, Mr. Bonesetter returns with new and exciting material. We hope he will become a scaledown regular!
7.00pm to 11pm
The King and Queen,
1 Foley Street,
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