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Sounds Like: Alanis Morissette, Regina Spektor, Florence and the Machine, Tori Amos, Tim Minchin
Alice Walker is a singer songwriter from a small town in Essex.
Her songs are about love, and life, and dead things and live things.
When she grows up she wants to be a mountain.
She sometimes plays with a band, called AlicebanD. The big D makes the word look symmetrical, which makes her feel ba... See Full BioMore Info
Saturday is our guest act night, with anything from Cigar Box Guitar to American Country Swing. The listing on the left shows what's coming up next.
It's been a while. Far too long in fact. For those that were there the first time round there's nothing needs saying, for those that weren't? Well... Have we got a treat in store for you. We do music, poetry and comedy and we do it really well. 15 minute slots available to all and sundry with a headline act or two at the end of the night. Bring your words, comedy, covers, guitars, recorders, keyboards, stylophones, styrofoam, lutes, love, laughter and anything else you think might bring a smile to someone’s lips and get involved. Entertainment starts at 7.30, list opens at 7.00 - get there nice and early if you want a slot. NB! We're doing Fridays now, not Thursdays as per previous incarnations.. The Binewski Murder Acoustic set from Cambridge's answer to Gogol Bordello. Wicked lyrics, brilliant guitar and an irritable and frustrated drummer playing the cahon. Not to be missed. https://soundcloud.com/thebinewskimurder Alice Walker She plays piano and she sings songs what she wrote all by herself. She's just brilliant. Listen. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ujea-4CPcDs http://www.reverbnation.com/aliceband PLUS! Unplugged jam session after the main acts 11pm-12am, GET INVOLVED.
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