Friday 20th September 2013

What's on!                 

 

Harry Rowland

17.30 - bar stage

Acoustically driven, British song-writing, fusing a mix of traditional folk, with hints of Jazz and Blues. Harry studied Jazz at Leeds College of music, and has furthered his studies at Truro College. Harry's tasteful guitar work, complimented with a powerful voice, come together in a confident performance, you are sure to be swept away. 

www.harry-rowland.co.uk

 

 

  Harry Rowland

Jonathon Coudrille

18.25 - bar stage

Writer, painter, composer, musician and arch-romantic, Coudrille received his first guitar, a (beautifully) home-made orange-box special, from his artist father at the age of four, learning to play from the musicians they met on the road in the Nineteen Forties.  Although the music of the Gypsies remains central to his inspiration, he has performed in many genres, having broadcast from his mid-teens as singer-songwriter and political satirist, worked on film scores, experimented with chamber ensembles and progressive underground electric bands and performed in West End cabaret, since when he has acted as musical director in television, utilising his skills with piano, trumpet and fretless banjo.  His principal instrument is the Spanish guitar, yet he was named top rock-folk soloist by the Melody Maker in 1974. ...

....the list goes on, in short, you are in for a superb treat!! Be prepared for your jaw to drop at this man's boundless talent and charm!

 

 

  Jonathon Coudrille

Samuel Hansen (Part I)

19.15 - hay bales

We have only recently been introduced to Sam Hensen, a young musician from Taunton, now based in Falmouth. Sam's music is influenced by the likes of Duke Ellington and Ella Fitzgerald, with a love of Radiohead slipping in there to. He sings a wide variety of covers, mainly jazz, and throws in a few of his own songs for good measure and what treasures they are too! Sam has a powerful and evocative voice, which he seems to adapt with utter perfection to the meaning of each individual song, portraying every lyric beautifully as if it were felt from his own heart. Well worth a listen.

As well as his solo performances on Friday & Saturday, Sam can also been on Sunday accompanying Dan Chapman with guitar and voice.

 

 

  Sam Hansen

71 Chain

19.45 - bar stage

71 Chain are a Rock orientated band, also influenced by Blues and even English Folk. They are based in Southampton and are rapidly making a name for themselves in the local area, also proud to have fans as well as far afield as Denmark and Germany. 

They write their own material and released their debut album “You’re gonna miss me when I’m gone” in September 2011.

www.71-chain.com

 

 

  71 Chain

Gally's Folly

20.35 - hay bales

Ranging from the lively to the poignant, passionate acoustic folk comes from this trio featuring guitar, bouzouki, violin, flute and whistles. Great original songs, many of which are inspired by the pagan history of this wild and beautiful land that is Cornwall.

 

 

 

Kernow Vibration

21.00 - bar stage

A lively reggae band, with a taste of something different, something original. These guys will not fail to get the crowd moving, offering a unique performance not to be missed. This crew of surfers grew up together in Cornwall, and have been playing music for almost five years, with 150 gigs under their belt. Their musical influences stretch from reggae to metal. They have shared the stage with Legend, Dub Pistols, Zion Train, Out of The Ark and Dreadzone to name a few. Kernow vibration love to play live and are always 'super stoked' to play somewhere new, so we look forward to having them headline the opening night at Henry's Little Big Gig, it's going to be cracking! 

www.kernowvibration.co.uk

 

 

  Kernow Vibration

Open Mic Session

22.30 - 02.00 - Fire Pit

  Open Mic
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