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2 days ago

Whitstable Sessions Music Club

Live in Whitstable.... Sept 1st !
tickets here.....https://www.wegottickets.com/event/471485We feel extremely fortunate to have our hands on advance copies of 3hattrio's extraordinarily powerful new album, Live at Zion, ahead of the band's upcoming return for UK and European tour dates, and out they've gone out for review and radio plays. Recorded in a pre-Civil War adobe-and-frame church in the hamlet of Virgin at the mouth of Zion Canyon, Utah, in front of a crowd of neighbours, friends and fans, the love and support that surrounded them made the music soar. The band will have a few pre-release copies with them for these latest UK dates. It does not get its official US release until November.
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Live in Whitstable.... Sept 1st !
tickets here.....https://www.wegottickets.com/event/471485

3HatTrio live ...Sunday Sept 1st!

They took Celtic Connections by storm and triumphed at Denmark's Tønder Festival.
Then, 3hattrio ended 2018 on a high after being voted runner-up in the Best Band of The Year category of the annual Readers' Poll at AmericanaUK.
With banjo, guitar, fiddle and double bass, the extraordinarily evocative music and richly-burnished vocals of this internationally-acclaimed band can raise the hairs on the back of your neck as they create a sound that responds to the natural world of their sacred homeland near Zion National Park, Utah.
They have been described as everything from “fascinating,” “original and addictive” and “enchanting,” to “unique.”
Their live shows have won them 5-star reviews from the critics. American Roots UK said their Solitaire CD was “incredible - an Album of The Year contender,” while Folk Radio UK said they were “hugely atmospheric”

Don’t miss it!

Taster here ... youtu.be/1AjgHnoys5o
Tickets here ... www.wegottickets.com/event/471485
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3HatTrio live ...Sunday Sept 1st!They took Celtic Connections by storm and triumphed at Denmarks Tønder Festival.
Then, 3hattrio ended 2018 on a high after being voted runner-up in the Best Band of The Year category of the annual Readers Poll at AmericanaUK.
With banjo, guitar, fiddle and double bass, the extraordinarily evocative music and richly-burnished vocals of this internationally-acclaimed band can raise the hairs on the back of your neck as they create a sound that responds to the natural world of their sacred homeland near Zion National Park, Utah.
They have been described as everything from “fascinating,” “original and addictive” and “enchanting,” to “unique.”
Their live shows have won them 5-star reviews from the critics. American Roots UK said their Solitaire CD was “incredible - an Album of The Year contender,” while Folk Radio UK said they were “hugely atmospheric”Don’t miss it!Taster here ... https://youtu.be/1AjgHnoys5o
Tickets here ... https://www.wegottickets.com/event/471485

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thank you all .. great cheers xx thank you all xx

This looks like it could be a quite remarkable evening. One of those that people still talk about in years to come

They have a brand new album coming over with them and a brand new video too, that is getting it's premiere screening during a concert by Sting that is happening in Salt Lake City while they are over here.

Pauline Adam, do you fancy joining me? X

2 weeks ago

Whitstable Sessions Music Club

Sunday’s gig another Kathryn Williams sold out show. Can’t wait! ... See MoreSee Less

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What a treat for all of us! Wathryn Killiams - Beating Heart and Flicker (of course!)

An Evening With GEOFF MULDAUR - Thursday August 29th
The Gulbenkian at the University Of Kent

Geoff Muldaur is one of the great voices and musical forces to emerge from the folk, blues and folk-rock scenes centred in Cambridge, MA and Woodstock, NY.

During the 1960's and '70's, he made a series of highly influential recordings as a founding member of the Jim Kweskin Jug Band and Paul Butterfield's Better Days, as well as collaborations with his then-wife Maria and many others such as Bonnie Raitt and Jerry Garcia.

Many of the biggest names on the scene are fans of the man.
Bonnie Raitt says that he has always been one of her favourites and in a recent interview, Richard Thompson said: “There are only three great white blues singers and Geoff Muldaur is at least two of them.”

Talking after a recent ‘live’ performance, John Sebastian said: “The Lovin’ Spoonful’s favourite singer went and got better,” while Loudon Wainwright III is on record as stating: “Geoff Muldaur was and is one of my musical heroes.”

Tickets ... thegulbenkian.co.uk/event/an-evening-with-geoff-muldaur/
A taster.... m.youtube.com/watch?v=tH_831sX8As
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An Evening With GEOFF MULDAUR - Thursday August 29th
The Gulbenkian at the University Of KentGeoff Muldaur is one of the great voices and musical forces to emerge from the folk, blues and folk-rock scenes centred in Cambridge, MA and Woodstock, NY.During the 1960s and 70s, he made a series of highly influential recordings as a founding member of the Jim Kweskin Jug Band and Paul Butterfields Better Days, as well as collaborations with his then-wife Maria and many others such as Bonnie Raitt  and Jerry Garcia.Many of the biggest names on the scene are fans of the man.
Bonnie Raitt says that he has always been one of her favourites and in a recent interview, Richard Thompson said: “There are only three great white blues singers and Geoff Muldaur is at least two of them.”Talking after a recent ‘live’ performance, John Sebastian said: “The Lovin’ Spoonful’s favourite singer went and got better,” while Loudon Wainwright III is on record as stating: “Geoff Muldaur was and is one of my musical heroes.”Tickets ... https://thegulbenkian.co.uk/event/an-evening-with-geoff-muldaur/
A taster.... https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=tH_831sX8As

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He's great, but this is two days after a hip replacement.

Geoff Muldaur is the business.

Alister Atkin Geoffrey Richardson Geoff Muldaur Danielle Reich Seale Art Decades

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1 month ago

Whitstable Sessions Music Club

From McCabe’s all the way to the Whitstable Sessions. See you on Dec 8th! x The Small GloriesHey #SantaMonica & #LA we’re coming at you #TONIGHT! We’re over the moon to be playing the legendary McCabe's Guitar Shop and we’d love love love to sing for you! We received a rather lovely 5 star concert preview in the The Argonaut: “Robust songwriters The Small Glories perform with vocal chemistry and electric energy.”
To read the full preview check out the link below. Tell your friends & family & come on down! Showtime 8 pm. Whoop! 😍
argonautnews.com/powerful-beauty/
Cara Luft @jdedwards Red House Records Compass Records Group
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From McCabe’s all the way to the Whitstable Sessions. See you on Dec 8th! x The Small Glories

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Can’t wait!!!! ❤️❤️❤️

1 month ago

Whitstable Sessions Music Club

Tonight’s the night.....

Saturday July 13th at The Gulbenkian, University Of Kent, Canterbury.
The Orchestra That Fell To Earth

Five original members of the Penguin Cafe Orchestra perform the beautiful and incredible music they created with Simon Jeffes and the Orchestra.

The Penguin Café Orchestra first appeared in 1976 and subsequently performed and recorded extensively throughout the 1980s and '90s. Pieces such as ‘Music for a Found Harmonium’ and ‘Telephone and Rubber Band’ became well-known through their use in film soundtracks and advertisements. Sadly the band's founder, Simon Jeffes, died in 1997. For ten years the band played only privately, but returned in 2007 for three sold out concerts at the Union Chapel in London. The Orchestra That Fell To Earth comprising a core group of original members, came together after those concerts, and continue to play in the same spirit. Geoffrey Richardson, Jennifer Maidman, Steve Fletcher and Annie Whitehead, all recorded and toured extensively for many years in the original Penguins. Percussionist Liam
Genockey, long standing member of Steeleye Span, also performed with the original band.
Tickets here thegulbenkian.co.uk/event/the-orchestra-that-fell-to-earth/
Clip here youtu.be/kXLdlfC3l6E
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The Kathryn Williams Band.
Live on Sunday August 4th.
The amazing Kathryn Williams will be returning to the Sessions with Michele Stodart (Magic Numbers) on bass and Andy Bruce on keyboard and with Neill MacColl providing a special guest spot!!!
Tickets here www.wegottickets.com/event/471484
Taster here... youtu.be/MhcIs4bSvBI
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The Kathryn Williams Band.
Live on Sunday August 4th.
The amazing Kathryn Williams will be returning to the Sessions with Michele Stodart (Magic Numbers) on bass and Andy Bruce on keyboard and with Neill MacColl providing a special guest spot!!!
Tickets here https://www.wegottickets.com/event/471484
Taster here... https://youtu.be/MhcIs4bSvBI

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Kathryn has played at the Sessions before and always brings a different line up. This one looks fabulous! Very lucky to get such world renowned musicians to Whitstable.

I've just finished reading the novel Greatest Hits by Laura Barnett. Kathryn recorded the songs that are in the book! Xx

all have a good one all xx

Amy Tye

Next weekend! Can’t wait! Michele Stodart Wathryn Killiams Kathryn Williams xx

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2 months ago

Whitstable Sessions Music Club

Something special at The SessionsCan't wait to get back to England, Scotland and Wales, late August to the middle of September. Please join us for something you won't hear any other place. guaranteed. ... See MoreSee Less

Something special at The Sessions

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Thanks Loudon Temple - more fabulous music from Brookfield-Knights. Can’t wait!

They ended 2018 on a high being named a “Best Band of The Year” (there were five in the final group of winners at AmericanaUK)

Tickets for Whitstable gig at the Black Dog Whitstable High St - The Black Dog - Whitstable's Micro Pub Mike McWilliam (or online)

2 months ago

Whitstable Sessions Music Club

Saturday July 13th at The Gulbenkian, University Of Kent, Canterbury, The Orchestra That Fell To Earth.

Five original members of the Penguin Cafe Orchestra perform the beautiful and incredible music they created with Simon Jeffes and the Orchestra.

The Penguin Café Orchestra first appeared in 1976 and performed and recorded extensively throughout the 1980s and '90s. They returned to the stage in 2007 for three sold out concerts at the Union Chapel in London. The Orchestra That Fell To Earth comprising a core group of original members, came together after those concerts, and continue to play in the same spirit.

Book tickets to see them here: bit.ly/2TMPV9B
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