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Chicken Shed Zeppelin / Jausme / Men Diamler / Freddy Armstrong

December 3, 2017 @ 7:30 pm - 11:30 pm

Free entry

 

Chicken Shed Zeppelin are purveyors of the finest in old-time, dance-ya-socks off, banjo thrashing hillbilly mountain music! Come and shake your stuff to their fiddle-thrashing, yeeharhollerin’ breakneck speed acoustic dance music with attitude to get ya on ya feet in a hurry and shakin’ your old-time booty with a VENGEANCE!

 

 

 

Jausme – the pioneer, an inspirer, the hummingbird, an up and coming Bristol based vocalist/songwriter/instrumentalist, hailing from the Baltic lands of Lithuania. She creates unique sounds influenced by folklore, jazz and soul with Kanklės, its 29 strings and vocal chords. She describes her style as ‘Urban Etherealism’.

 

 

 

Men Diamler is like a misshapen musical chair, he doesn’t fit anywhere. Feeling at odds with the staid, earnest and preconception-laden odour that permeates “folk/ singer-songwriter” circuits, he feels a stronger affinity with the avant-punk sensibilities of Iggy Pop, Suicide, and Patti Smith. His shows can be both comedic and confrontational – with the performer often on the wrong side of the stage, cowering with the audience, wondering what the hell will happen next.

 

 

 

Freddy Armstrong, Milton Keynes native, is an indie folk, singer-songwriter. Previously known as Holm, his delicate, mellow vocals have drawn comparison with Bon Iver.

 

 

AND FINALLY! Special Terry is an old skool, top drool, vinylistic groove selecta who eschews tech media, social media, memes and other 21st century follies and sticks to the beauty and beastliness of real choons, one after another, designed for dance floor ecstasy, jiggy jiggy mayhem, bouncing ballistic ballerinas and mash-up rave parties!!!

 

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We’re open from 10:30am. Delicious Sunday roasts available from 12-9pm. We also have a cupboard full of board games and make a cracking Bloody Mary.

Details

Date:
December 3, 2017
Time:
7:30 pm - 11:30 pm
Cost:
Free entry