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Come and enjoy a Sunday afternoon with b.e_cooling (and guests). The beer's not free ...... but the music is. Hope you can make it.
A pub ............ which sells beer (and stuff like that) ............. and me from 9pm till late
In conjunction with Making Music and Bandstand Marathon, Acoustic Exeter is hosting a 4 hour acoustic music show on the afternoon of Sunday 9th September in the historic bandstand stage in Dawlish's central park 'The Lawn'. https://maps.google.co.uk/maps/ms?msid=210352180298247067805.0004c7ebfef9c58cc2ae6&msa=0 Showcasing a wonderful range of folk, americana, blues, indie and alt-blues music, the event features acclaimed local singer/songwriter Alex Gregory, alt-folk/rock with Sun Zoom Spark's dulcimer/g uitar combination, the talented singer and guitarist Ben Norcombe, Brian Cooling - blues and alt-rock, indie pop from The Morrisons and alt-blues and close harmonies from the wonderful Mozura. Great music for a lazy Sunday afternoon in September, come and spend the afternoon with us and welcome in the autumn! Bring a picnic, bring your family, bring some friends and bring your ears
We will be playing on The Mid-Somerset News and Media stage on Friday or Saturday evening. More details as they arrive.
Vocals, Acoustic guitar
Sounds Like: Johnny Cash, Neil Young, Lou Reed, The Beatles
Brian Cooling (“b.e_cooling”) is a singer-songwriter from Toronto, Canada. He has performed in front of audiences in Canada, Germany and the UK since the age of 15.
From early days as a busker in London and Bristol, Brian has been requested to play at pubs, restaurants, parties and festivals (m...See Full Bio
“Finally, we had an entry right out of left field. After five acts giving all the youthful vim and vigour they could manage, B E Cooling took to the stage. They could not have been more different to the other acts – among other instruments they brought dobro, steel guitar and cajon and produced a set of sardonic country blues and folky tunes that got you thinking. Brilliantly played and splendidly presented, getting almost funky on occasion, it seemed so out of its place and time that the judges didn't give them a hope on the audience vote……..But out in front by a substantial margin was the astonished and astonishing B E Cooling".”
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