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)
- April 2017
- May 7: The Rheingans Sisters ~ Fiddle-singing duo who play it like they mean it.
- May 14: Jimmy Aldridge and Sid Goldsmith ~ Highly acclaimed folk duo who play traditional and original music of the British Isles.
- May 21: Dovetail Trio ~ Familiar narratives and modern themes with infectious energy and a passion for musical heritage.
- Closed ~ Bank Holiday
- June 4: Stick In The Wheel ~ Local heroes!
- June 11: Rattle on the Stovepipe ~ A trio of master musicians on guitar, banjo and fiddle.
- June 18: Sally Ironmonger & Brian Carter ~ A superb songwriter with a voice that doesn't back down.
- June 25: The E17 Folk Street Party ~ Finishing off our season with our now traditional E17 Folk Street Party!