Tonight's Tuesday Night Live is Otra - an acoustic folk duo with a mix of original and carefully chosen music from other songwriters.
Three very original singer songwriters and performers - Esme Bridie, Henry Bateman and Ric Neale, performing here tonight in the Assembly Bar and Kitchen
Tuesday Night Live: Singer songwriter and musician, Maria Sandle, is returning to HEART to play a solo set, featuring new songs with a different flavour as well as some old favourites. Well worth a night out to enjoy an entertaining and relaxing evening.
Six Days play acoustic Americana. Waiting for Wednesday are two great friends who combine their very different voices to produce beautiful harmonies backed by acoustic guitar.
TNL this week: SABRINA PIGGOTT whose rich traditional music background derives from her ancestral home, the countryside of Cork, in Ireland. And SIOBHAN MACMAHON is an award-winning Performance Poet who has been creating Spoken Word projects for many years, combining poetry with music, dance and with film.
Max brings us stories of characters and their struggles, whilst Zach creates heart felt performances combined with British wit to create a breathtaking musical experience.
Influenced by the music of 1960’s Henry Parker creates a modern sound from these influences, writing songs that lyrically entwine landscapes, people and politics. Traditional folk contributes strongly to his sound, whilst a distinctive finger-picked guitar style calls to mind players as diverse as Bert Jansch and Bill Frisell. “Bloody excellent” - Wizz Jones
Pleased to say that Wilson McGladdery are making another return visit. This duo play their own unique blend of original folk, country and pop.
Hazjak were formed in 2018 bringing together Steve Chapman Smith a respected singer songwriter and performer who has released three solo albums over the last 6 years and Lynne O'Malley one third of the highly acclaimed a capella trio Yan Tan Tether and frequent singer with Henry Priestman.
Featuring Harry Orme's People Poems alt-folk solo project and Matthew Sturgess, who performs as 'The Silver Reserve' playing delicate, sparse music on a classical guitar.