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An evening of contemporary folk featuring a headline set from THE PEREGRINES
Also featuring special guest joining them, Bobby Britt
Grant Gordy - Acoustic Guitar , (credits include - The David Grisman Quintet, Darol Anger) unlike many others of his generation who were content to remain in one style, Gordy fervently pursued guitar knowledge in nearly all genres. He’s spent his practice and performing hours learning the language of bebop and the standards of jazz, soaking up the high lonesome sound of bluegrass music, investigating classical composers like Béla Bartók and Bach, learning the rhythms of distant Mali alongside West African musicians, doubling lines on electric with the pedal steel guitarist in honky-tonk bands.
Ben Somers - Double Bass/Saxophone (credits include - Dr John, Seal, Dizzee Rascal, Bruce Molsky, Dirk Powell, Mollie O'Brien, Mike Marshall, Russ Barenberg )
Ben grew up in a house where music was incredibly important and grew up playing gigs with his father , Steve Somers. Steeped in Amnericana tradition but also with a degree in jazz music Ben is now a very busy and in demand session musician in London and makes his living touring and recording with artists of varying genres.
Joe K. Walsh - Hailed by Nashville’s Music Row Magazine for his “lickety-split mandolin work” and by CBC-Newfoundland as “one of the best mandolinists of his generation”, Portland, Maine-based mandolin player Joe K. Walsh is known for his exceptional tone and taste, and his collaborations with acoustic music luminaries including legendary fiddler Darol Anger, flatpick guitar hero Scott Nygaard, folk legend Jonathan Edwards, and pop/grass darlings Joy Kills Sorrow have taken him all over the musical and figurative map.
Also on the bill is the outstanding Kieran Towers & Charlotte Carrivick. The duo will also be launching their new record "Wolves A' Howling' " - https://youtu.be/vCl7oOBQn-A
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