Saturday 18th May

11:00 Chorleywood Open-mic - Acoustic Guitar 

www.facebook.com/Chorleywoodopenmicnight

 

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12:00 Tumblewood - Country Folk Rock

www.facebook.com/tumblewoodmusic/

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13:00 James Chapman and the Blue Moon - Country Rock & Blues

www.facebook.com/jameschapmanandthebluemoon

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14:00 Odette Michell - Folk 

Odette Michell is a British Folk Singer and Songwriter with a dynamic take on the acoustic tradition and a voice capable of demonstrating the finer points of both folk and traditional song with genuine craftsmanship.  Her vocal style has been described as "warm, intelligent and sitting comfortably amidst folk guitar in a timeless songwriting style" - and has been compared in similarity to the likes of Sandy Denny and Joni Mitchell.

Youtube video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Gc5OXec5hM

www.odettemichell.com

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15:00 The Zarrs - Blues Folk Rock

www.thezarrs.com

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16:00 The Water Gypsies - Gypsy Jazz

The water Gypsies are a gypsy jazz band based on the Kennet and Avon Canal in the UK. We live and travel around on traditional narrow boats taking our music with us wherever we moor up.

www.facebook.com/thewatergypsies

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17:00 Sweetcornbread - Folk Blues & Roots 

www.facebook.com/sweetcornbreadband

 

Close 18:00

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Sunday 19th May

11:00 Kelvin Davies - Ragtime Blues Folk  

Kelvin Davies is a traditional country blues and ragtime musician, with a British folk vibe. Keeping the style and music of some of the great bluesmen from the 1920's - 1940's alive and strong, by opening new and old ears to a style almost forgotten. 

https://youtu.be/T0dIb1ItBlA

www.facebook.com/KelvinDaviesMusic

 

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12:00 Mellow Dayss - Indie Pop Rock

www.instagram.com/mellowdayss

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13:00 The Shantlys - Acoustic Set

Hailing from Hemel Hempstead Hertfordshire, The Shantlys were formed in a time where record deals existed, rock stars were twisted, and last orders meant, guitars were passed to the gifted.

The band were very much inspired by Oasis, and as a result were obsessed with other influences such as The Beatles, Stones, The Who and The Sex Pistols

https://youtu.be/JbBkYhi-9sg

www.facebook.com/theshantlys

 

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14:00 Bathtub Ginn - Bluegrass Skiffle 

Bathtub Ginn play an infectious brew of bluegrass and country blues. Fuelled by fast-paced fiddle and banjo their repertoire radiates good vibes and energy, mixing classic Americana with their own self-penned songs. Every gig is a magical journey held together by crisp harmonies, slick instrumentals and quirky on-stage banter. Be prepared for the Ginn treatment. Sometimes the effects last just a few hours – sometimes they’re permanent.

www.facebook.com/bathtubginnofficial

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15:00 Marky Dawson - Blues Piano RnB

Marky Dawson Loose fingered R&B style will set any stage on fire, playing classics from well know Blues, Folk and Rock, A melting pot of Boogie woogie, Elton John & Queen tracks.

soundcloud.com/markdawsonmusic

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16:00 Devines - Celtic Folk Roots 

John, Joe and Caz Devine are three members of the same musical Family, with roots firmly planted in the Irish musical tradition, playing traditional Irish dance music, mixed with original and contemporary arrangements of Irish songs, on an inspired mix of instruments, including Uilleann Pipes, Banjo and Saxophone. Devines have been touring since 2011 and made history when they were amongst the first musicians to ever perform Irish music at a Royal reception in Buckingham Palace. They have produced three studio albums and an EP since conception in 2009.

Search ‘Devines’ on Facebook or visit www.johndevinemusic.com for more information 

Close 17:30

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