A new venture - looks like a beautiful site!
For anyone who loves their music. The sound is immaculate and the audience really listens. The venue is comfy and they do good food and have a big car park. £3 only. All proceeds to Oxfam as usual. 4 fab acts booked... ♫ Phil Doleman & Ian Emmerson – Formerly the Re-entrants with a new act! ♫ Take 2 – Exciting new duo comprising Kate Szejnmann and Simon Faulks ♫ Richard & Johnny Smith & Annie Hawkins – Hot jazzy stuff you will like! ♫ Fay Brotherhood and Cernewoda – Celtic singer now with band
Sounds Like: Kate Bush, Joan Baez, Sandy Denny, Tori Amos, jethro tull
Manager: Up for discussion
Bio: Comprising of Fay Brotherhood (vox, guitars, bouzouki), Dale Tyers (mandolin, accordian), Paul Bowley (6 string bass) and Steve Ward (Percussion) Cernewoda (Kern-uh-woda) take their name from the Domesday name of Charnwood Forest, an ancient hunting chase in NW Leicestershire. A rugged landscape ...See Full Bio
“Fay Brotherhood’s time is already upon us. Born into a blues-loving family based in Coalville, Fay begs to be different. Aesthetically, she is a bizarre meeting [photo left] of Boudicca versus Cavegirl with her dreadlocks and crafty attire. Musically, her traditional folk interpretations of local legends [Black Annis] and battles [Blue Spiral Screams] make for fascinating listening. Combined with Lee Burns’ violin & electric mandolin, Fay’s music accurately recreates rousing Gaelic tones. Chalk Horses for instance is a galloping romp influenced by stone circles and a certain Pagan festival. Lowlands of Holland is another with an ethereal edge. With a name for fame and the conviction to match, now is a great time to Follow the Falcon and join the Brotherhood.”