Bedlamb 3/08 - 8PM
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.
This month features
*** Jay Johnson***
Jay Johnson is a singer-songwriter. He moved to London before his teenage years and began making music from a young age. Jay’s naturally curious mind led him to start learning the cello. He then began playing the guitar at a few years after. Jay started listening to artists such as Bob Dylan, Paolo Nutini, and Ben Howard from his early teens, and as a result their influences can often be seen in his original works.
Jay eventually began writing his own original songs, then a year later, he started busking on the streets of London, and another a year later, He began performing at pubs and venues. A few months after Jay started playing to live crowds in various venues, he decided to leave his previous career plans of becoming a doctor behind, and decided to become a full-time and musician.
Jay is a resident artist at the world-famous Roundhouse venue in London, and is currently working on an EP.
*** Annie Rew Shaw***
Annie Rew Shaw is a pianist, singer and songwriter from Devon.
Inspired by the likes of Bon Iver, Daughter and Lykke Li, Annie's music has a distinct combination of powerful, classic songwriting with a dark, melancholic edge.
“A stunning performer and an incredible vocalist” - James Santer, BBC Introducing
“Songs about sorrow and heartache, words struck with such emotion with vocals so elegant and heart-driven... powerful and captivating” - The Flux
*** Kate Williams & Dave Thorpe ***
Kate and Dave met over a scarred ukulele in a music therapy centre... all is now well with it and them. A shared obsession for ukes and mandolins, discovery of their diverse musical backgrounds and some peculiar common ground has led to them writing together, playing anything and everything from classical music to prog rock on two mandolins and recently beginning to record tracks for an album which will be available early in 2015. Watch this space for updates on recordings and gigs!
Sunday Sessions - John Fairhurst - 7/08 - 4PM
One for your diaries ladies and gentleman! The brilliant John Fairhurst will be joining us for a very special Sunday Session!
A masterful musician and captivating songwriter, John Fairhurst is recognised as one of the most creative guitarists on the circuit. Referencing a diverse collection of world genres, expect an explosion of textures and influences, blending eastern melodies with jaw-dropping guitar dexterity. His solo sets truly are a lesson in the art of fingerpicking blues and acoustic folk.
“Truly exquisite.” (The Guardian)
“Fairhurst is both a masterful musician and songwriter, who carefully intertwines music of varying ethnicities into one roaring whole…with a freshness that is breathtaking… Makes Seasick Steve’s three stringed blues sound like the two-dimensional ramblings of a penniless hobo.” (Chris Gilliver - citylifers.co.uk)
“John Fairhurst is possibly the finest guitarist you will ever see…brilliant songwriting and a gravel-swilled belter of a voice.” (BBC Manchester)
G.T. Moore & James Larscells
The Lamb's now monthly evening with G.T. Moore.
G.T. Moore on guitars, whistle and vocals
James Lascells on hammer, dulcimer. keyboards, percussion and vocals.
An evening of jazz, funk, folk blues and reggae fusion.
An Evening With ... Blanche Ellis - 17/08 - 8.00PM
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 we welcome Blanche Ellis.
Her music is lyrical folk, influenced by Blues, Jazz, age old ballads and lady singers who bend their voices round corners: Joni Mitchell, Karen Dalton, Gillian Welsh....
Sunday Sessions - G.T. Moore & the Blue Bop Band
G.T. Moore & the Blue Bop Band, back by popular demand.
An evening of bebop boogie music! The line up includes Geoff Hawkins (Mike Copper), Aron Hawkins, Les Calvert (Mungo Jerry) and Christian Moore.
Fiddly Diddly folk jam - 24/08 20.30
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 - Gypsy Dynamite - 28/08 - 8PM
Gypsy_Dynamite are a guitar duo formed by Giulio Romano Malaisi (guitar) and Filippo Dall'Asta (guitar) in London in 2012.
Since then the two young gypsy boys have been playing together in Italy, France and UK receiving great feedback from each venue and audience they've entertained.
They play a wide repertoire from Jazz to Gypsy and Italian music or even to 70s hits, all rearranged in a fresh and unique style.
The gypsy jazz virtuosos from Italy will blow your mind and have you dancing all night