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On The Lamb Stage October 2018

September 24, 2018

October 3rd 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 awesome acts and get ready to treat your ears, be inspired, sing along and clap your feet.

This month's awesome line up features:

Welcoming back Dusty! Dusty is a one-man band Blues musician and singer, playing percussive slide guitar and Mississippi mudharp backed with kick beats. He's played across his native Ireland, the States, and now London, doing original songs and his take on classic covers.

Think Jeff Buckley learning shedloads more chords (he knew loads) and passing it off in a very distinct style. Emotional rollercoaster guaranteed.

Hazey Jane
We are delighted to be joined by Bobby from Hazey Jane who will be coming down to entertain us with a wonderful solo set.






October 7th, 8pm


Sunday Sessions with THE 286


The 286 are the UK's only rock orchestra. The 286's irresistible fusion of rock & roll and classical music make them THE band to see. Become a friend and find out the latest news on the band, chat with other 286 fans & spread the word!!



 October 10th, 8pm


An Evening With ANDY TWYMAN


When Andy released the first ever naked Christmas music video it hit the national headlines, leading The Mirror newspaper to ask “Is this the best Christmas music video ever?” With the topics of his songs ranging from pandas to Luxembourg via Pot Noodle, Andy Twyman blends blues with humour and rock and roll to titillate y


our ears, mind and toes. Having already performed at Glastonbury Festival, on BBC Radio, and on Channel 4, Andy’s reputation is growing as a highly original emerging artist.


October 14th, 8pm


Sunday Sessions with TOBIAS BEN JACOB


Tobias Ben Jacob has been called ‘stand out new Folk’ by BBC6 Music and ‘inventive and thrilling’ by R2 Magazine, garnering airplay and glowing reviews from Radio 2’s Folk Show, BBC 6's Tom Robinson, Amazing Radio, BBC Introducing, BBC Bristol, FRUK, Fatea, Spiral Earth, Louder Than War and ‘Whispering’ Bob TV along the way. Blessed with a wonderfully emotive voice and a talent for songwriting that ranges from the intimate to the epic, he played in 'The Roots Union' alongside Phillip Henry & Hannah Martin (winners of Best Duo at the BBC Folk Awards.) Career highlights to date include 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. 

‘Inventive and thrilling’ R2: Rock n Reel

‘Definitely one to watch out for’ Late Junction .BBC Radio 3

‘Stand out new folk… superb.. excellent’ Chris Hawkins, BBC Radio 6




October 17th, 8pm


An Evening With PAUL-RONNEY ANGEL (The Urban Voodoo Machine)


Paul-Ronney Angel ate his parents and fled the fjords of Norway with just a bottle of moonshine and several slices of decomposing fish in his back pocket. (Before he left they tried him in the Norwegian Army – he lasted a total of five hours.)

After that, Angel washed up in London during the dying breaths of Thatcherism and took advantage of all that swinging London had to offer: he sold The Big Issue, busked Johnny Thunders & Robert Johnson numbers in Soho bus stops and played guitar for anyone who’d have him.

The Urban Voodoo Machine came to him in 2002 as a fully-formed idea. He’d lead a band who’d play ‘Bourbon Soaked Gypsy Blues Bop’n’Stroll’. They’d dress in black and red. There would be a LOT of them. And their music would sound like a great night out in a dangerous part of town. From the get-go, The UVM fused junkyard blues and stinging rockabilly with mariachi horns, fiddles, sinister cabaret and punk rock tangos. “I wanted to play rock’n’roll music with a different instrumentation,” says Angel, “taking inspiration from everything from delta blues, latin and gypsy music without losing the spirit and attitude of punk.” His lyrics – part Lemmy, part Bob Dylan – made other (more acclaimed) songwriters sound totally. Fucking. Boring.

“Not Americana and definitely not ‘retro’,” says Angel. “I write songs about living in London right now. Although having a shit time, no money, heartbreak, mental illness, addiction and suppression from the big guy is kinda universal and timeless, I guess…”

“drawing deep from a dirty well where Tom Waits, Nick Cave and Dick Dale are enjoying a burlesque all-nighter with Ennio Morricone” (Classic Rock).



October 21st, 8pm


Sunday Sessions with ERIC SOMMER


"If there's a place for musical perfection, it's wherever you'll find Eric Sommer - A blistering acoustic style plus a variety of slide and open tuning formats will knock you for a loop..." wrote Studdie Burns, Melody Hut UK in 2013.

"How one guy can do this so well is remarkable, but if you look a little deeper there's a batch of road miles around this lad... and it all makes sense."

Texas, Oklahoma and Indiana, Illinois, Ohio and... points universal - it's safe to say this writer and creative musical iconoclast is slowly making his way all around the coffee pot... and appearing - and making diehard fans - everywhere!



October 28th, 8pm


Sunday Sessions with JOE CORBIN


We are delighted to welcome back Lamb favourite Joe Corbin.


UK Blues/Soul artist for the 21st Century - “Smooth Neo-soul with a wicked twist of Blues” (Blues Magazine). 

“Dirty Blues guitar skills and a voice to match” (The Bedford). Selected as ‘One to watch in 2015’ by Blues Magazine, Joe’s tasteful blend of Blues/Soul music is honest and introspective.



October 30th, 8pm




Martha Hill is heart-stoppingly brilliant. Fusing soul, edgy indie, acoustic folk, and contemporary pop to stunning effect. It's a sound that feels as though it's been around forever, and at the same time utterly contemporary and cutting-edge. Hill's superb, stop-you-in-your-tracks jazz-blues voice and unshirkingly honest, kitchen sink lyrical style summons the ghost of Amy Winehouse, backed up by superbly original, starkly minimal arrangement from her band. Don't miss out!!!




October 31st, 8pm




Jo Carley and The Old Dry Skulls throw Old Time Roots music, Ska and Punk into a backwoods still to make musical moonshine! 

Fronted by Jo Carley and backed by her songwriting partner and husband Tim Carley, they are joined by an assortment of double bass players and other weirdos they meet on the road. Sometimes nicknamed the 'Carley Twins' because of their long dreadlocks and shared obsessions with creepy music and dark imagery, this pair have created a sound of their own!

The driving force is Tim’s One-man-band set-up with Kick-drum, hi-hat and guitar while Jo’s vocal delivery sounds like the leader of Satan's own gospel choir. This is made even more bewitching as she switches from fiddle to mandolin to washboard. Possessing an energy that elevates the audience, this duo sound more like a stompin' 5 piece band.

A band that lives to perform, Jo Carley & The Old Dry Skulls have been touring extensively up and down the UK at some of the best festivals and clubs on the circuit. They are looking forward to taking their new album across the UK, Europe and beyond, so come and shake your bones in appreciation! 




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