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NOTE:- Doors Open at 7:30 Music starts at 8:00
SO FAR FOR 2016 ...
Ellis & Boo Howard
Ellis came down from Liverpool for the London
folk club scene in the 70’s. He released a solo
album on Sonet records, which some consider to be a
classic guitar record of its time and which gave him
national exposure on the Old Grey Whistle Test and In
Dave became a regular at various London
haunts such as the Marquee, the Roundhouse and the
Lyceum and also played some higher profile gigs,
opening for the Edgar Broughton Band at the Rainbow
and Rod Stewart at Reading Festival.
Dave formed his electric band ‘The Reactors’
which incorporated guitar, drums and keyboards
with Boo Howard playing bass and
handling most of the vocals.
The band was
eventually trimmed down and developed into an electric
duo (comprising Dave and Boo) which was renamed ‘Brave
Lucy’, and the pair produced their only electric
album ‘Snaps’ in 1996 under that name
they combined Dave’s intricate guitar work with
Boo’s mellow vocals to create something very
different and entirely new in the folk and acoustic
clubs. Their debut acoustic recording was ‘Maybe
I Might Fall’ in 1999.
The songs are
intelligently constructed, elegantly articulated and
never less than entertaining. The mix is eclectic
(from folk to jazz to blues to bluegrass) but the
songs are at the heart of it all, served by
imaginative and stylish arrangements and by the
singing and playing of two seasoned, wholly in tune
CDs have a classy polished sound - testament to the
pair’s familiarity with the recording process
and of their ability to write and perform at a level
every bit the equal of their major label peers.
live act has now been honed to perfection in the folk
clubs where they have developed a large faithful
following in the south of England.
piece touring collaboration for three respected solo
Bramley, Edwina Hayes and
out of a musical interest in both British folk and the
transatlantic connections to new country and
Americana, this trio are fast gaining a reputation
across the UK folk scene.
Original songs and
close harmonies, accompanied by guitars, bass,
cittern, mandola, mandolin and fiddle.
tapping folk to haunting ballads this trio have toured
worldwide as independent musicians but obviously have
an infectious enjoyment for this new collaboration
that is guaranteed to leave audiences with a smile on
Admission £1 for everyone.
your instruments, poems, stories and particularly your
favourite songs and join in - or just listen or sing
01795 423674 to book seats or for information