A magnificent guitarist, Phillip Henry is a figurehead for a new generation of folk musicians. Playing dobro, bottleneck slide, lap steel, Indian slide guitar (chatturangui) and harmonica, his repertoire includes arrangements of traditional melodies of the British Isles and further a-field, songs, and innovative compositions.
Philip will be bringing special guest Hannah Martin on fiddle, banjo and vocals. Phillip and Hannah both play in the band the Roots Union, who you may have seen aroiund the festivals.
"Definitely one to watch out for" - Verity Sharp, BBC Radio Three's Late Junction
Admission £8 (£6 unwaged)
- January 2020
- February 2: Teilhard Frost ~ A multi-instrumentalist, specializing in traditional fiddle tunes, with a particular interest in the Appalachian Mountains.
- February 9: Mama's Broke ~ Original songwriting combined with folk traditions create a compelling performance, delivered with heart and raw energy.
- February 16: John Kirkpatrick ~ Master of the squeezebox, wonderful singer and glorious warm hearted performer of all kinds of music.
- February 23: Matt Quinn & Owen Woods ~ Infectious dance tunes from around Europe and Canada.
- March 1: Tim Edey ~ A magical evening of music including folk, jazz, blues, celtic and world music.
- March 8: Union Jill ~ Historical themes and contemporary issues, personal experiences and protest songs.
- March 15: Wizz Jones ~ A guitar legend.
- March 22: Tom McConville ~ One of the leading fiddle players of our time - a world class act!
- March 29: Jackie Oates and John Spiers ~ An evening of enthralling music and humorous banter.
- Closed ~ Easter