Musings on the byways of popular culture
09/07/2018 by Colin H 7 Comments
Colin H says
09/07/2018 at 19:20
Strange… my text didn’t appear. Anyway… if you think you might enjoy Lonesome Chris & the boys and they’re playing near you, don’t miss it! Their first tour outside of Ireland…
Friday, Jul. 27th, The Palladium, Bideford
Saturday, Jul. 28th, The Alehouse, Stroud
Sunday, Jul. 29th, Cafe Rene Gloucester Rhythm and Blues Festival
Tuesday, Jul. 31st, Angola 76, Shaftesbury
Wednesday, Aug. 1st, Albert’s Shed, Shrewsbury
Friday, Aug. 3rd, The Cornerhouse, Chester
Saturday, Aug. 4th, The Quaker House, Darlington
Sunday, Aug. 5th, Big House Blues Bar, Darwen
Here’s a Chris Todd original from a show on Saturday afternoon past:
10/07/2018 at 16:46
Here’s the line-up doing the tour (from a previous appearance at the bar in the clip above) – Chris, Jan and Gerry…
Amazingly, my friends (and Chris Todd’s) Wookalily – all-girl folk-gothic/bluegrass-ish sensations – are touring England at EXACTLY the same time as the Hardchargers. I’ll post their dates here soon.
10/07/2018 at 17:38
Nowhere near me unfortunately.
10/07/2018 at 18:29
I’ve no idea where most of those towns are, Chester excepted!
10/07/2018 at 20:38
Intrigued to know what Albert’s Shed, in Shrewsbury, is like.
All these locations appear to be decidedly Northern or South Western of my particular area.
Shaftesbury (July 31st) to Shrewsbury (August 1st) looks to be a fun drive..
They may need that day off before they hit Chester.
10/07/2018 at 18:45
I had spotted the Wookalily dates, seriously believing up until that point that they were imaginary, dreamed up under the fevered brow of a youthful (for AW) Norn Irishman who believes, simultaneously, he is living in a 50’s Soho jazz dive and on the road with the first wave of stadium jazz-rockers, John McLintock’s Bangalore Odyssey.
Having you tubed they seem a bit more fun than I might have thought, an acoustic Katzenjammer with dirtier minds.
10/07/2018 at 22:05
Well, you’re the tankard-on-belt folk buff around here, Retro, so I suppose if you’re not interested in the Wookaladies no one here will be! There’s almost nothing (deliberately) of the songs from their (due October) second album on YouTube at present, but here’s recent TV spot for a first-album track.
The first album was generally bright and quirky; the second is generally spooky and winsome.
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