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On The Lamb Stage - May

April 18, 2016

Sunday Sessions - Patch and the Giant - 1/05 - 7.30PM 


We kick off the Food Festival in style at the Lamb with the wonderful Patch & The Giant! 



‘Tucked somewhere between the music of Balkan enthusiasts Beirut and the rustic elegance of modern DIY folk' (Folk Radio UK)… Patch & The Giant are a dynamic troupe of musicians and an ever growing force within the UK alt-folk scene. Together they craft a sound which is rustic, beguiling and 'wholly immersing' (Brum Notes); its foundation built on a rich union of vocals with instruments including cello, flugelhorn, violin, accordion and more. 

They made their festival debut in 2012 at Watchet Festival and Festibelly (playing both on the same day) and have spent the latter part of 2013-15 making their name on the independent circuit, including Green Man Festival, Secret Garden Party, LeeFest, Cambridge Folk Festival, Larmer Tree Festival, How The Light Gets In, Wilderness, Hop Farm, The End Festival, Standon Calling, London FolkFest and many more. They’ve supported artists including The Twilight Sad, Roo Panes, Matthew &The Atlas, John Spiers (Bellowhead), To Kill A King and Elephant Revival. In 2014 they toured the UK with Keston Cobblers’ Club and have since played many successful headline tour dates around the country alongside performances at some of London’s most iconic venues, including Cecil Sharp House, Bush Hall and Scala.


BEDLAMB - 4/05 - 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!

So why not pop down? Soak up the wonderful atmosphere with a cheese board and some real ale, listen to 3 truly awesome acts and get ready to treat your ears, be inspired, sing along and clap your feet.

After last month's Ska Punk craziness we thought we'd turn it back down just one little notch this month. In May we have 3 incredible folk acts all interpreting that genre in their own interesting ways...

This month features

***Paul Murray Music***

Acoustic singer-songwriter Paul Murray performs a mix of folk, indie and blues songs, combined at times with heavier rock guitar techniques. The guitar work sits perfectly with the thoughtful, observant and entertaining lyrics.

***Robin Elliott***

"‘Experimental’ might be a term that turns people off, but Robin’s music is so playful it’s possible to miss just how creative and unusual it actually is. We’ve heard Robin described as any number of things, from ‘the James Joyce of folk’ to ‘a musician’s musician.'" - Folkroom Records

***Foxtrot Darling***

Transatlantic whimsy folk awkward rock by Adam Green & Brittany Rex


Sunday Sessions - ACT TBC 8/05 - 7.30PM


Fiddly Diddly - 11/05 - 8.30PM 


Fiddly Diddly is an informal folk jam sessions with regular and new musicians. Come down with an instrument or just to play. 


Sunday Sessions - Milky Way - 15/05 - 7.30PM


We're very excited to welcome Milky WAY, coming all the way from Paris! 

In a delicious mix of genres, folk flirts with electro, with frenzic rythmes and mesmorising lyrics. It rimes, it rings and it speaks. About everything but moslty nothing. With its French lyrics Milky WAY is a mirror to today's youth, disenchanted maybe, but burning with desire.


An Evening With ... Joe Strouzer - 18/04 - 19.30 


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. 

For the last one of the year we welcome Joe Strouzer.

A harmonica player, blues shouter and guitar picker, Joe Strouzer sings songs from his travels from Newcastle to New Orleans and a hell of a lot of places in between. 

His driving resonator guitar is coupled with true harmonica voodoo and biting songwriting of modern trouble, heartpains, moonlit trysts, drinking and devilment, peppered with a rich history of blues.


Sunday Sessions - Chris Cleverley - 22/05 - 7.30PM 

 A very special Sunday Session with Chris Cleverley who has been making a lot of noise on the UK folk scene!


Whispers have been spreading far and wide around the new British Folk Scene about Chris Cleverley and his haunting tales of ghost women, lonesome clock towers, lovelorn mariners and hospital beds.


Chris’ trademark solo live sound is at times likened to the magnitude of a full orchestra only to moments later pull audiences to the very edge of their seats to soak in the delicate spider-like touch of his fingerstyle guitar playing.


Chris has gone from strength to strength since winning Bristol Folk Festival's 2014 'Isambard Folk Award', joining the ranks of previous winners such as BBC folk award nominees Josienne Clarke and Ben Walker.


From touring the UK festivals to sharing the bill with such heavyweights as Spiers & Boden, Martha Tilston and Kathryn Roberts & Sean Lakeman, Chris has stirred up a formidable word-of-mouth reputation and a buzzing anticipation for his forthcoming record, ‘Apparitions’.


Fiddly Diddly - 25/05 - 8.30PM


Fiddly Diddly is an informal folk jam sessions with regular and new musicians. Come down with an instrument or just to play. 


Sunday Sessions - Daisy & The Tramps - 29/05 - 19.30 


We're very pleased to welcome back the wonderful Daisy & the Tramps trio!

Daisy & the Tramps is a 3 piece jazz outfit combining the talents of cousins Daisy and Francis Bevan with those of trumpeter Jake Stoddart. With a repertoire inspired by the likes of Peggy Lee, Django Reinhardt and Louis Prima, they also play their own original jazz songs and arrangements.

Francis' skilful guitar is the perfect foil to Daisy's smoky voice and Jake's lyrical playing



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