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Notes for Notes takes place every month @ The Joiners Arms Ceri James formerly in London based bands including Zen, and Tuesday Heartbreak, Ceri is now following a solo career and featured on the first Angular CD that was voted No1 compilation of 2004 by NME. Having released 3 studio LP's albums since 2008 this is Ceri's first EP which is stripped down acoustic affair. Having played over 40 shows this year already this is a great time to see him live backed by some top musicians. CD's are £5 and £1 from every purchase will go towards charidee. To hear some of Ceri’s music please check out: http://www.reverbnation.com/cerijames Aidan Parle and The Carnival Red. Previously, Aidan has performed solo, as a duo/trio or 4 piece. Aidan is no stranger to the Joiners, and many of us know his powerful set; a combination of heartfelt contemporary folk numbers that touch into punk and rock that steeped in satire and social commentary. Aidan released his debut E.P in July 2012 titled Carnival Red. For more information, please visit: http://www.reverbnation.com/aidanparle Johnny Boy James is a must see singersongwriter guitarist and harmonica player. He has a great album out right now called Mistakes An' All. Definitely not just another Blues album for more information on this artist http://www.facebook.com/pages/Johnny-boy-James/251286641552619?ref=ts&fref=ts Rhiannon The Nightmare - country punk sparkled blues goddess with great stage presence . http://www.facebook.com/rhiannonthenightmaremusic?filter=1
When The John McClean band and Ben Holland share the same bill, musical sparks of folk and blues usually fly like fire flies into a warm Mississippi sky. Aside from that and bearing in mind we are now facing a cold Winter in Camberwell, where else should you be but supporting your local musicians in the warmth of The Joiners Arms. The John McClean band have played the Joiners on a number of occasions now, and it seems to me that the more they play, the more people they attract. Last time around John had the entire pub singing to the sweet sound of gospel blues, mixed in with the odd sea shanty. No better way to get a crowd going then singing songs that encourage the clinking of pint glasses and the swilling of beer. In summary, The John McClean band are a multi talented yet humble outfit that are a lot of fun. We look forward to it. Supporting John is the ever talented Ben Holland who has been expanding his repertoire of songs deeply routed in folk and blues. While Ben's songs are immense, they are merely a pocket for his profoundly thought-provoking lyrics to sit in. It's this marriage of melody and lyrics that make Ben so unique, and it's little wonder he has been playing a whole host of live gigs in the London area of late. The melodic folkster Ceri James will also be supporting The John McClean Band, bringing a tinge of the Celts to what promises to be a great night As always folks, come down with fun in your hearts, enjoy a few beers and check out the stone baked pizzas. This gig is gonna' be a good'un!
opening for Bel and The Boy - lots of other bands too
Sounds Like: Ceri James
Bio: I grew up in South Wales and most of my family are Welsh but I was born in London and I've been living here for well over 12 years so I guess I'm London Welsh a hybrid. I've had the best of both worlds. Formerly in London bands Zen & Tuesday Heartbreak now following a solo career - was on the fir...See Full Bio
: RT @ghbonello: Edrych 'mlaen i hwn! Looking forward to this! Looks like the last show with @InChapters for a while, so come over! https://…