Events :: show

July
Thursday
31
8:30pm  

Eel Pie Club : PRETTY THINGS (ACOUSTIC) - (Richmonds of The World Music Festival)

The Pretty Things are at the heart of Richmond rhythm n blues and it is only fitting that they should be part of the Richmonds of The World Music Festival (31 July to 4 August) which plans to host 100 acts worldwide from 15 Richmonds.
These legendary 'bad boys of rock' created some of the most exciting and innovative records of the late 60s and early 70s. In 2011 they were awarded the Hero award at the Mojo Honours and have been name checked over the years by an array of artists ranging from The Clash, David Bowie & Aerosmith through to The Libertines and Kasabian. Original Pretty Thing, Phil May on lead vocals, guitar and blues harp, Dick Taylor (original Pretty Things, also an original Rolling Stone) on acoustic, slide and lead guitar, and Frank Holland on acoustic, slide guitar, backing vocals and harp. The Pretty Things' first 3 singles 'Rosalyn', 'Don't Bring Me Down' and 'Honey I Need' all made the charts. The band then moved from rhythm n blues, through psychedelia, their famous rock opera, S.F Sorrow, and heavy metal - and now again back to the music that made them famous - rhythm n blues. Plus support to be confirmed). Starts 8:45pm. £13 (£11 Members)

Details

  • Doors 8:30pm
  • Music from 9:15-11pm (unless otherwise indicated)
  • Tickets cash on door (if still available) or credit card in advance via www.eelpieclub.com

Venue

The Cabbage Patch Public House

Event Sponsor

Eel Pie Club

August
Thursday
14
8:30pm  

Eel Pie Club : THE GOOD OLD BOYS

An evening with The Good Old Boys is an exhilarating experience and one not to be missed. Originally formed as a vehicle to play live Rock and R&B whenever the members were free from touring with their own bands, The Good Old Boys are Nick Simper, Peter Parks, Alan Barratt, Simon Bishop and Richard Hudston, and they have played with, or alongside, Deep Purple, Johnny Kidd and The Pirates, BB King, Paul McCartney, Simple Minds, Cliff Bennett and the Rebelrousers, The Tremelos and The Strawbs. Their 2009 live album was recorded at an all day Deep Purple convention in 2008 to mark the 40th anniversary of the first Deep Purple performance in Denmark in April 1968. The coming together of five great musicians on one stage cannot fail to excite! £10 (£8 Members).

Details

  • Doors 8:30pm
  • Music from 9:15-11pm (unless otherwise indicated)
  • Tickets cash on door (if still available) or credit card in advance via www.eelpieclub.com

Venue

The Cabbage Patch Public House

Event Sponsor

Eel Pie Club

August
Thursday
28
8:30pm  

Eel Pie Club : MERCY LOUNGE - featuring Billyboy Miskimmin

After almost 20 years touring America, Europe, Australia and Africa with bands like The Yardbirds and Nine Below Zero, harmonica great, Billyboy Miskimmin has returned to his native Belfast to form the 5-piece Mercy Lounge, featuring stellar musicians, playing original Rhythm and Blues from the heart. Billyboy first astonished audiences with his combination of emotional power and jaw-dropping technique in the 80s when he played with local legends like Jim Daly, Jackie Flavelle and Ronnie Greer and has since gone on to play with a plethora of greats including BB King and The Doors. www.mercylounge.co.uk

"The best harp player I've heard since Paul Butterfield"

Alice Cooper

£11 (£9 Members).

Details

  • Doors 8:30pm
  • Music from 9:15-11pm (unless otherwise indicated)
  • Tickets cash on door (if still available) or credit card in advance via www.eelpieclub.com

Venue

The Cabbage Patch Public House

Event Sponsor

Eel Pie Club

September
Sunday
7
7:45pm  

TwickFolk : AUTUMN SINGERS' NIGHT

£4 door

Come along with a song, a poem, a story or whatever.

Details

Venue

The Cabbage Patch Public House

Event Sponsor

TwickFolk

September
Thursday
11
8:30pm  

Eel Pie Club : ALAN DARBY'S GUITARS DELUXE

Guitars Deluxe reveal gloriously diverse backgrounds having shared stages and recording studios as well as writing credits with many of music greats. 3 guitars are Alan Darby (Eric Clapton, Bonnie Raitt, Van Morrison, Robert Palmer), Jake Zaitz (Mick Jagger, Joe Louis Walker, Dana Gillespie, Ian Siegal), Artie Zaitz (Pee Wee Ellis, Earl Green, Alex Garnett, Gary Crosby), complemented by the cool rhythm section including Matt Round on bass (Jeff Lynn, James Morrison, Billy Bragg), and Evan Jenkins on drums (Eric Clapton, Mick Jagger, Matt Schofield).

This is a unique band that unites 3 generations of guitar players brought together by the common appreciation of this instrument and its wealthy musical heritage. Deeply rooted in blues, the 3-guitar interplay turns this combo into a mini orchestra with seductive counterpoint riffing and sophisticated harmonic combinations. Topped with soulful melodies this exciting line-up brings the best out of big guitar tones, seamlessly blended with a great tradition of the early years of electric guitar legacy. The guitar players also sing, and the material combines songs with instrumental interplay. It's both an emotional and fun listening experience.

  • £10 (£8 Members).

Details

  • Doors 8:30pm
  • Music from 9:15-11pm (unless otherwise indicated)
  • Tickets cash on door (if still available) or credit card in advance via www.eelpieclub.com

Venue

The Cabbage Patch Public House

Event Sponsor

Eel Pie Club

September
Sunday
14
7:45pm  

TwickFolk : SALLY BARKER + Phil Nelson

£16.50 in advance, £17.50 on the door

No doubt, many of you will have followed Sally's progress through BBC1's The Voice earlier this year. Sally last played TwickFolk in 2009 as the Joni Mitchell Project, So you knew, even before Tom Jones, that Sally has an an outstanding voice that can reach parts that other voices can't reach.

As a singer, songwriter, guitarist and producer Sally has had a long and varied career in music. Labelled a folk artist for much of her successful career, Sally's appeal stretches across many more musical genres. A much respected solo artist with half a dozen solo albums to her name, Sally is also celebrated for her live and studio work fronting the all-female folk supergroup The Poozies.

With the wider acclaim that Sally has received through her appearance on The Voice, we're very much looking forward to her return to TwickFolk and to her roots.

Phil Nelson has been performing in bands semi-profesionally for over thirty years. Three years ago he finally released his debut album of original songs and now he has now followed it up with 'Deadlines and Lovers'. He'll be performing some of these latest songs solo before Sally takes to the stage.

Details

Venue

The Cabbage Patch Public House

Event Sponsor

TwickFolk

September
Sunday
21
7:45pm  

TwickFolk : The Askew Sisters

£8 in advance, £10 on the door

Emily and Hazel Askew are making waves on the folk scene with their energetic brand of English folk music. Using fiddle and melodeon, they play and sing with an infectious enjoyment and love for the music, winning them fans wherever they go.
From rhythmic foot-stomping tunes to powerful interpretations of songs and ballads, their playing always guarantees to engage and inspire those who hear.

They've spent the last few years playing at venues across the country, from top festivals and folk clubs to London's National Theatre and the National Portrait Gallery.

2014 saw the release of their third album In the Air or the Earth to much critical acclaim.

Details

Venue

The Cabbage Patch Public House

Event Sponsor

TwickFolk

September
Sunday
28
7:45pm  

TwickFolk : Vicki Swan and Jonny Dyer

An afternoon of workshops followed by an evening concert

£8 in advance, £10 on the door

Following in her father's footsteps Vicki is a second generation piper. Having

begun the music ladder at the age of five, Vicki went on to study the double bass at the Royal College of Music, becoming the principal double bass and winning the solo double bass competition.

Vicki has now returned to her Swedish roots with the addition of the Swedish nyckelharpa, Swedish bagpipes and the translating of Swedish ballads.

Composer and competition-winning guitar player; Jonny's outstanding technical ability, coupled with a wide-ranging musical taste has made him a tireless and forceful musical innovator. Jonny has been singing choral music, soul, jazz and folk for as long as he can remember.
"The Roses Three"

Before the evening concert they will offer three workshops:

  • 1 to 3pm NYCKELHARPA for beginners with Vicki Swan
  • 1 to 3pm GUITAR Playing in DADGAD tuning with Jonny Dyer
  • 4 to 6pm SWEDISH TUNES in the keys of D and G led by Vicki Swan

(Various prices depending on workshops and concerts you may wish to attend - go to WeGotTickets for further details)

www.swan-dyer.co.uk/twickfolk

Details

Venue

The Cabbage Patch Public House

Event Sponsor

TwickFolk