Live Music at Orpington Liberal Club

 

Live music at Orpington Liberal Club after Friday Folk ends.

 

Orpington Folk ‘n’ Blues.
Second and fourth Tuesday of the month, every month.
8pm. £2 entry.
Hank Wangford and Brad Breath

Saturday, 21 November. 7.30pm
£12.50

Hank has joined up with his old musical buddy and saddlepal Brad Breath aka Andy Roberts. Together they have been touring round the village halls that Hank loves so much and doing the smaller gigs that are too small or low paid for the whole Lost Cowboys posse. Misery and melody, raw emotion and open ribcages continue to be their trademark whatever form they take.

Eventbrite - Hank Wangford and Brad Breath

Moosefest
Saturday, 28 November. 7.00pm

£6.25 online, £5.00 on the door

Moosefest will return to Orpington this November with an awesome line-up and the aim to raise money for Cardiomyopathy and deliver you some great music. All the bands are from the South East / Kent area and all bring something different to the line up.

Bands announced so far:

Hobo and the Hippies, alt Folk  http://hoboandthehippies.co.uk/Hobo-And-The-Hipp…/About.html

Cosmic Thoughts, post Punk http://cosmicthoughts.bandcamp.com/

Mass Lines, Garage Punk http://mass-lines.bandcamp.com/

Hey Gigantic http://heygigantic.com/

Eventbrite - Moosefest

Mick Groves
Friday, 4 December. 8.00pm

£6.40 online

Mick Groves, former singer and guitarist with the The Spinners folk group plays at OLC.
The Spinners were a world famous folk group that were particularly popular in the 60’s and 70’s (even having their own UK TV show).
For more information about Mick go to http://mickgroves.co.uk/

Eventbrite - Mick Groves - former singer with The Spinners

Jo Fookes Quartet
Friday, 15 January. 7.30pm

£9.50

After recording her debut album “Here and Now!”, the legendary British trumpeter Humphrey Lyttelton invited Jo to join his eight-piece band. With whom she toured and performed in some of the most amazing theatres and venues in Britain. Humphs fun filled and melodic approach to music was to be a huge influence. And through performing in his band Jo also recorded and worked with Acker Bilk and played alongside Tina May, Joe Temperley, Scott Hamilton, Elkie Brooks,and many others.

Jo’s other influences include Illinois Jacquet, Sonny Rollins, Dexter Gorden, Cannonball Adderley and Bill Evans. Her mellow tone is often compared to Stan getz and Zoot Simms.

Eventbrite - Jo Fooks Quartet

Mississippi MacDonald
Friday, 22 January. 7.30pm

£5.00

A favourite of our Folk ‘n’ Blues garden parties/Beer Festivals. Mississippi MacDonald is a blues musician from London. He has been playing since he was 11 years old and has travelled extensively on the US blues trail. He has met BB King, Pinetop Perkins, Willie “˜Big Eyes” Smith and Lucky Peterson.

Eventbrite - Mississippi MacDonald

Tred
Saturday, 13 February. 7.30pm

£8.50

Tred first played at Orpington Friday Folk in 2014, but their music crosses into jazz. A trio consisting of:
Elle Rees – Flute & Vocals
Pete Thomas – Double Bass
David Delarre – Acoustic Guitar
Will be a hugely popular night with jazz and folk fans alike

Eventbrite - Tred in Concert

Ange Hardy
Friday, 18 March. 8pm

£10.00

Nominated for the Horizon Award for best emerging talent at the 2015 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, Ange Hardy is a folk singer, songwriter and recording artist from Somerset. Ange performs original contemporary songs written in a traditional style with an emphasis on vocal harmony.

Eventbrite - Ange Hardy

 

 

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