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On The Lamb Stage - January 2019

December 18, 2018

Wednesday 2nd January, 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 stomp your feet.


Sunday 6th January, 8pm



Dana Immanuel is a banjo-toting, whiskey-drinking, poker-playing singer-songwriter currently operating from a north London hideout from which emerges a sound more usually associated with the bayou, triple filtered through bourbon, washboard, and a touch of alt-country eccentricity. With the five-piece, all-girl Stolen Band, Dana has been getting feet stomping across the UK folk, blues, Americana and rock scenes.

Having been Classically trained at Oxford (she studied Latin, Greek and Philosophy, with a self-taught minor in guitar playing and country music appreciation), Dana set out to live the dream; she became a professional busker on the icon that is the London Underground. These formative years produced her debut album Character Assassination, a unique blend of folk, blues, old-fashioned jazz and Americana overlaid with lyrics featuring a surfeit of wit and a lack of punches pulled. A long stint working in the gambler's demi monde that is the poker industry contributed not insignificantly to the lyrical content of her second album, Dotted Lines.

Dana’s music reflects her eclectic influences, from Alice Cooper to Hank Williams, routed via the bluegrass turnpike around the township of alt-country. She is at home in the high-stakes casinos of Monte Carlo as in the basement bars of London, Paris and Amsterdam, and her live show with the Stolen Band is not to be missed.



Wednesday 9th January, 8pm



4-piece Dai & The Ramblers recorded their debut album Duw Duw, crammed full of their rhythm blues tinged brand of Cajun and New Orleans flavoured soul, folk and gonzo jazz, at the legendary Toe Rag studios. and have just released their second album 'Bob Bon', further refining their folk-soul sound. Songwriter and singer Dai Price comes from Newport in South Wales, and previously worked with psychedelic cumbia outfit Los Chinches. Double bassist Rupert Gillett performs with the London Klezmer Quartet and produces records at The Cabin studio in Walthamstow. Sheffield-born Alan Dunn plays piano and accordion, and has worked with folk legends such as Loudon Wainright III and Fairport Convention's Richard Thompson. South African fiddler Bob Loveday has performed and recorded with artists as varied as Van Morrison, Jeff Beck, The Penguin Cafe Orchestra and Paul McCartney.

"I love his voice; I love the whole band." Paul Heaton (The Beatiful South)

"Absolutely gorgeous... They make a beautiful sound." Janice Long (BBC Radio 2)

"A joyous romp... will raise your spirits and gladden your heart" Michael Farley (Americana UK)


Sunday 13th January, 8pm



The Squintet is heading south for the first time to play at the fantastic Lamb in Surbiton. Head on down for some heavy funk, R’n’B and New Orleans grooves and end the first full week of 2019 on a high!


Wednesday 16th January, 8pm



The Gator Dog Snappers met in The Spotted Cat, Frenchmen Street, New Orleans, while on US tour with various bands.

Featured at EFG London Jazz festival, regulars at The Magic Garden, Jamboree, Rumpus Party, the Blues Kitchens and the UK festival scene. The Snappers enjoy busking, street performance, and fill dance floors at London's top swing dance events.

Snare Drummer Hannah spends half the year in New Orleans, studying with local musicians, and performing with local brass bands in countless second lines and Mardi Gras parades, in addition to regular house shows on the notorious Frenchmen street. She is currently studying snare drum with David Henzie-Skogen of YoungBlood Brass band. Vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Alice is also a New Orleans regular, most notably performing with the New Orleans Jazz Vipers, and the late great Allen Toussaint.


Sunday 20th January, 8pm

Sunday Sessions - HARP BAZAAR



Harp Bazaar was born in the minds of Tara Minton (harp&vocals), Duncan Menzies (fiddle) and Filippo Dall’Asta (guitar) in London in late 2015.  The three musicians met on a session and embarked on a unique musical experiment:  to combine the majestic and delicate sound of the harp with the speed and erratic energy of traditional Gypsy swing.


The band has performed at Le QuecumBar, London’s most famous Gypsy jazz venue, held a year-long residency at North London’s favourite music pub - The Boogaloo, toured Italy twice and and performed at the Royal Albert Hall in April 2017…


Wednesday 23rd January, when the musicians get here.. 8.30(ish)



The Lamb plays host to a fiddly diddly folk session forth Wednesday.
Musicians of all levels welcome, come down for an jam or just to listen. Always a good atmosphere between the musicians and punters. 
Share the love and invite anyone who'd be interested :-)


Sunday 27th January, 4pm



We are delighted to welcome back our friends Gabriel Moreno & The Quivering Poets! A particularly special event as we will be celebrating the birthday of the one and only magnificent Gabriel Moreno!

Gabriel Moreno is a Gibraltarian Poet and singer songwriter who has been performing for the past 20 years in Gibrlatar, Peru, Italy, Spain, USA and The United Kingdom. He exports his own strand of poetical singer songwriter music in the vain of the troubadours, Fabrizio D'Andre, Cohen, Brassens, etc. in 2015 he joined up with The Quivering Poets, Basha Bartz, Pablo Campos, Pablo Yupton, Adam Beattie and Sergio Contreras, (some of the most unique and talented instrumentalists and artists in the London and Barcelona alternative music scene)!


Sunday 27th January, 8pm

Sunday Sessions - COPPER VIPER


Copper Viper is an acoustic folk duo from London, comprised of prolific songwriter and guitarist Robin Joel Sangster and fiddle/mandolin player Duncan Menzies. Drawing inspiration from the British folk and American country/bluegrass traditions, Copper Viper’s music marries haunting melodies and intricate vocal harmonies with searing instrumental passages to create a stylistic blend that is at once familiar and unique.

The group recently recorded their debut album “Cut It Down, Count The Rings” at Bear Creek Studio in Woodinville WA, USA with platinum-selling producer Ryan Hadlock (The Lumineers, Brandi Carlile). Mastered by Grammy-winning engineer Gavin Lurssen (“O Brother, Where Art Thou?” Soundtrack, Robert Plant & Alison Krauss), the album flows smoothly between lyrical ballads and foot-stomping barn-stormers, mixing melancholy, hope, tension and joy in equal measure.


Wednesday 30th January, 8pm

An Evening With - MAMBO JAMBO


Acoustic Roots duo, Mambo Jambo, might just be the biggest acoustic duo you’ll ever see. With their own rhythmic and joyful sound, they’ll take you on an exciting and joyous musical journey bringing together sounds from roots, world, folk and jazz, plus their own compositions.


A fabulous musical treat is in store wherever they roll up, their tour bus packed to the brim with instruments! 







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