WHERE: The Golden Lion, Lancaster.
WHEN: Saturday, 16th July, 9pm
WHAT: New material from all performers who will be helping out on each other’s material. Should be a little bit special!
(Photo: Pauline Clark)
Things aren’t getting any better in Pakistan after the floods, in fact they’re getting a good deal worse. Not only is this a fantastic cause, but I get to play alongside my old sensai, Graham Mort, who was one of my MA lecturers. Eeh, what larks we used to have… You should read his collection of short stories ‘Touch’ published by Seren, including the Bridport winning ‘The Prince.’ Holy Cow. He really is very good.
Because this gig is organised by the Abaseen Foundation charity, payment details are a little different to usual – please check the poster.
Thanks, and I hope to see some of you there! A night of folk and blues all in aid of urgently needed aid.
WHERE: A field in warton off Sands Lane (Carnforth end of Warton)
WHO & WHEN: (bound to change)
2pm – Total Opposites
2.30 pm – Moll Baxter
3.15 pm – Electric Freetime Machine
4pm – Orphans
4.45 pm – Johnny FifthWheel
5.30 pm – Village Jam
6.30 pm – New Hawks
7.15 pm – three dimensional tanx
8pm – Without Motive
9pm – Massive Wagons
10pm – Ottersgear
Sorry there’s been no posts for a while, I’ve been all a-whirl with Summer School! But there’s a Moll Baxter Band gig coming up next Thursday at the Golden Lion, with support from Tom ‘Ponies’ Bramhall – or ‘Pom Tonies’ as I said by accident the other day…
Come along for folk-tapping, blues-busting, troubaudacious barding!
This Thursday April 22nd at the Yorkshire House, Lancaster.
Doors open 8pm.
4 fantastic acts under one roof:
The smoky-folky, whisky-wordy stylings of Moll Baxter
The soulfully crafted songs of Jess Thomas
The stunningly moving Kish Maguire
And the subtle loopings, and quirky alt-electronica inventiana of Cam Crook
Hope to see you there!
Back by popular demand… (I demanded and they said, oh go on then…)
This is a child-friendly event. Si will be wearing his clown trousers and we will be pouring custard into them between each song.
Rob will only say ‘Phooey’ when something goes wrong with setting up the PA.
And Harvey will do a selection of cup and ba…
Alternative Americana, folky bluesy, naggy, whiskied (and whiskered) songs to tease and finger your earlobes.
Come along after work/Jeremy Kyle/breakfast and say hello. Catch a movie afterwards, mayhaps.
Hope to see you there!
Current Mood: Happy
Little Birthday Bohemia
Sunday May 10th
Olive Bar, Gregson
It’s been a long time since I’ve had a birthday party, but this year I got organised. On the evening of Sunday 10th May, we had ‘Little Birthday Bohemia,’ a night of hawthorn, music, poems, comedy and rocky road.
May 18th 2009 ‘I am Kloot,’ playing solo at the Yorkshire House, with support from the Moll Baxter Band and Niamh Starky. Organised by Totally Wired, tickets are on sale at The Book Room on Meeting House Lane, priced £8.