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On The Lamb Stage - April 2016

April 14, 2016

Sunday Sessions: GRRB 3/04 - 7.30PM


For the first Sunday Session of the month we welcome the The Green Rock River Band! 

After the British Bread Golf Open 2016 join us for an evening of stomping live music. 

The Green Rock River Band are a hybrid of old time sounds that universally connects with audiences all over, a sound that has echoed throughout decades of music history, in music hall, Americana, folk tradition and jazz. All this blended with a contemporary sound. Modern songwriting and original arrangements for 21st century audiences wanting to connect with a music that runs a little deeper, a little more primitive than the clean over produced sound of modern folk and pop.


A Green Rock River Band show will promise loud, brash string band music; banjos, fiddles, guitars and washboards all over-scored by melodic trombone and soaring three part harmonies. The band however has always been keen not to box themselves in as a party band. They have always focused on the craft of songwriting and strong arrangements. 





BEDLAMB - 06/04 - 7.30PM




Seething’s foremost music night, BedLamb, features some of the best musicians locally and from further afield in one of the friendliest, charming most fun-filled boozers around!

***Michael Garrett and Chums***


New to the live music circuit, Michael Garrett pairs soft, powerful melodies with a distinctly narrative songwriting style. His soft, gorgeous voice sounds like the meeting point somewhere between Paul Simon and Glen Hansard, and his songs are just as easily comparable. If we are lucky some of his chums might just come along too!


***Jess Bishop Music***

Jessica was discovered by Max Rafferty (The Kooks) and soon after, recorded early demo sessions at Leaders Farm studios, Norfolk. Jessica then toured extensively around Europe whilst writing and settling on the form for her debut record. Produced by Max Rafferty and Nick Brine (Bruce Springsteen, Seasick Steve, Stone Roses) at the legendary Rockfield studios, the album has been praised by peers and music industry alike as “an incredibly sophisticated and accomplished debut.” Jessica’s enchanting vocals and emotive & well-crafted songs offer a fresh take on the singer/songwriter, with a variety of influences including Joni Mitchell, Massive Attack and Fairport Convention.


***Joe Innes & The Cavalcade***

A solo set from Joe Innes from Joe Innes & The Cavalcade. 

When he was young, Joe Innes found and subsequently buried a dead rat in his garden. This event is the subject of Pet Cemetary – the opening track of his debut album The Frighteners, and is a good example of the offbeat observations that litter his songs like a bin lorry rolling down Solsbury Hill.

Joe has been playing shows in London for years, gaining support for his own personal brand of anti-folk, and finding himself supporting artists like Caitlin Rose, Sea of Bees, Alessi’s Ark and She Keeps Bees.

“Just brilliant”
Tom Robinson (BBC6 Music)

“Show stopping”
Steve Lamacq (BBC6 Music)

***Lead Shot Hazard***

Based in London, Lead Shot Hazard is a coming together of third wave kids – fast-paced, horn-driven ska/punk whose aim in life to make audiences bounce, and then hum our songs on the way home. Imagine if Capdown had a baby with Streetlight Manifesto – Lead Shot Hazard makes that a reality.


Sunday Sessions - Lukas Drinkwater & Tobias Ben Jacob + Stuart O'Connor 10/04- from 4.00PM


On the 10th we have a special DOUBLE Bill! 

From 4.00PM Lamb regulars Lukas Drinkwater & Tobias Ben Jacob return to our stage. 


Blessed with a wonderfully emotive voice and a talent for sublime songwriting that ranges from the intimate to the epic, Tobias Ben Jacob played in 'The Roots Union' alongside Phillip Henry & Hannah Martin (winners of Best Duo at the BBC Folk Awards.) Some career highlights to date have included a session for BBC's 'Late Junction' on Radio 3, sharing the stage with Fleet Foxes J.Tillman, and appearances at Glastonbury, Green Man, Secret Garden Party, Larmer Tree and Electric Picnic. 

Upright bass player Lukas Drinkwater is in heavy demand as a performer and session musician having performed and recorded with a catalogue of acclaimed artists. Rock'n'Reel magazine describe their sound together as 'inventive and thrilling', R2 magazine have recently included them on their covermount cd, and the duo have been featured on Tom Robinson's 6Music show and BBC Radio 2's folk show.

From 7.30PM come and listen to Stuart O'Connor


1900 shows in 9 and a half years. 4 albums released on the same day. Totally Independent & Happily marching to his own tune

Singer Songwriter with a psychedelic twist who is (As things stand) 100% independent. Fuelled by a simple love for the road and a passion to create music and perform live.


Fiddly Diddly Folk Sessions 13/04 - 8.30PM


An informal folk jam between regular and new musicians. Musicians of all abilities welcome, come down with your instrument or just to listen. 


Sunday Sessions - Jack Pout 17/04 - 7.30PM 


After his brilliant performance on the Kingston Folk Barge in March we're very excited to welcome Jack Pout for a Sunday Session. 

Jack Pout is a BBC Folk award nominated singer/songwriter from Norwich, based in Brighton. Inspired by the revivalist musicians of the 60's and 70's, Jack's music carries nuances of numerous influences such as John Martyn, Captain Beefheart, The Faces and Chris Smither but with an individuality that makes his music inimitably his. 

His honest, and often deeply personal, style of writing is married with a love for humour; live shows are known for their friendly and conversational style with audiences and feared for his love of puns.


An Evening With ... Swampmother 20/04 - 7.30PM 


An Evening With is a monthly live music event showcasing some of the best talent about. 

Come and discover a different artist each month in the intimate setting of the Lamb. 

This month come and listen to Swampmother

Swampmother is a two-headed creature.

A soloist, a sultry and striking songwriter creating atmospheric haunting blues.

A band, a blues-grunge two-piece building heavy hooks and crashing beats.

Heart breaker. Bone shakers.


Sunday Sessions - Catmilk 24/04 - 7.30PM




Catmilk come to the Lamb stage for a Sunday Session on the 24th. 

Accordiing to their bio they're a band, and they play music. So rather than a long description have a cheeky listen!


Fiddly Diddly Folk Sessions 27/04 - 8.30PM


An informal folk jam between regular and new musicians. Musicians of all abilities welcome, come down with your instrument or just to listen. 






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