Take your musical talent along to acoustic night
Manuscript To Be Featured
The next Lincoln Folk Club takes place tomorrow at its regular home at the Unison Club in Beaumont Fee and runs from 8pm to 11pm. Admission is £1 for performers and £2 for listeners and everyone is welcome. Set to be featured this week are Manuscript, a four-piece Lincolnshire group comprising mandolin, fiddle, guitar and bass guitar who play the music of Turlough O'Carolan the 18th century, blind, Irish harp player and composer renowned for his for melodic composition.
The first of the monthly acoustic nights at the Fox & Hounds in Reepham proved popular which means the next one takes place on Wednesday, October 16, from 8pm. Musicians are invited to play any style that's in an acoustic format.
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October Write Note
The next Write Note monthly session in Lincoln Central Library takes place on Saturday, October 19, at its regular noon to 2pm slot. The session is open to performers and listeners and is an opportunity to road test a new song. All musical styles are welcome as long as the sound is acoustic.
Interesting Sounds At Number Ten
Squeaky Creature, a young American and English folk mandolin and guitar duo, are playing at Decimal Place at 10 Burton Road, Lincoln, on Thursday, October 24 and admission is free.
Peter K. Rollings will be opening the evening with his Experimental Sonic Machines around 6pm with an outdoor jam near Decimal Place. Also playing is Lincoln performer Dex Tapenoise, with synthesiser backed poetry and prose, accompanied by a shadow show. Radio Hummingbird, also from Lincoln, will be debuting his latest creation, a tape loop on a vintage reel to reel tape recorder, together with more of the elaborate candle-powered apparatus he's played at previous gigs.
So to recap, approximate times are Experimental Sonic Machines 6pm; Dex Tapenoise & shadow show 7.30pm; Radio Hummingbird 8pm; Squeaky Creature 8.30pm
Ethan Ash Gig
Advance notice that Cambridge based singer-songwriter Ethan Ash is bringing his brand of acoustic soul-infused folk pop to Café Portico, Lincoln, on Saturday, November 16.
Summer 2011 saw Ethan play the Main Stage at The Secret Garden Party and sets at Cambridge Folk Festival and Bestival, plus a support slot with bestselling artist Ed Sheeran on tour in 2011.
On the song writing front Ash has co- written with singer-songwriter Amy Wadge and has been co-writing songs with Janet Devlin for her debut album. Tickets are priced at £6, available from Café Portico.
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