Come see Shifty Chicken Shed plus support
A family friendly weekend, with an outdoor live music stage, and an amazing sound system and DJ setup in the Venue. A lounge area with tasty food from around the world and a lovely big bar + chill out area with cabaret and other entertainment. A happy weekend, aimed at people who want to relax and have a good time with friends and good music
Shifty Chicken Shed plus support
A whole host of great bands with fantastic ciders and real ales.
Sounds Like: Ian Dury (and the Blockheads), The Fall, Dexys and Dexys Midnight Runners, The Bees, Captain Beefheart
Manager: Deborah Harris
Bio: Shifty Chicken Shed, the originators of "Charity Shop Pop" launched their debut album TOWN, 2013 on their record label Moron. Now their second, Mr pergolas Ever Creasing Shirt, is on it's way.
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“You could say that this recording is experimental and even manic. But throughout it has a progressive feel to it coupled with its subject matter of all things 'local' and in "Town". You can't help but smile after a listen or three. There is comedy here too but also an honest attempt to not conform to musical labels, as evidenced by the many changes in tempo within the songs and the impressive running time of fifty five  minutes. I'm reminded a little here of the multi-instrumental expressionism of "Saxmaniac" Roy Wood both in his solo and early ELO material in certain places. The quirkiness of this recording is not unlike that of The Idle Race in their heyday. I quite like it. [7/10] "Town" by: Shifty Chicken Shed is available to purchase at gigs, by email: firstname.lastname@example.org and also by contacting the band via their Facebook page. Their debut album will also be available to buy in CD or download format from amazon.co.uk et al in the near future.”