The Lamb helps you beat the winter blues this January with its first Lambstock Winter Warmer!
Come and get your dose of summer vibes with an all day music festival on the Baa Stage with some of the Lamb favourites and some new guests!
Food and entertainment from 3:00PM till late, children welcome in the day time until 7:00PM.
Free Entry but the donation pot (pay what you can) will be circulating for musicians, all proceeds go straight to the musicians.
**** Line Up ***
Leonie Evans was born & raised on the edge of South East London & Kent.
She's a multi instrumentalist, singer songwriter and occasional session vocalist, teacher & event organiser who has been performing since the age of 5 & has never stopped.
Rather than embarking on a conventionally "successful" album/tour/album/tour/... career as someone with such a rare voice, writing talent and stage presence so effortlessly could, Leonie Evans has chosen to do something much more interesting and fun.
Her output to date has included two exquisite albums of dreamy, jazzy, unclassifiable song craft as part of the Bristol-based quartet Rae, plus a handful of small runs of homemade CDs she's sold along the way of her endless, meandering tour of everywhere (in recent years, she's been engaged in something like a micro scale version of Bob Dylan's "Never Ending Tour", living a largely itinerant life from gig to gig, travelling around Britain and Europe with occasional excursions to Japan and the USA).
Gabriel Moreno & The Quivering Poets
Gabriel Moreno is a published poet and singer songwriter from Gibraltar. His songs fuse Mediterranean rhythms with Indie/folk arpeggios performed with a classical guitar. Based on his literary publications, Gabriel versifies lyrics of Love, loss and desire, which are transmitted in sheer emotional nakedness. Having played with multiple bands in Gibraltar, Italy, Peru and Barcelona, Gabriel now presents his solo acoustic project in London called "Songs of Love and Decadence." (A cry to the night and the intricacies of romantic existence).
Faith i Branko
“Musically, it’s a delight” - The Guardian
“Moving, breath-taking and virtuosic” - Lopa Kothari, BBC Radio 3
“Set to become one of the leading Roma Violinists of the century” - fROOTS
“Totally Amazing” - Lily Allen
“Quite remarkable musicians” - Stephen Fry, BBC World Service
Faith i Branko: leading Serbian Roma violinist and UK accordionist perform high-energy original Roma/Jazz music with international quintet.
Branko Ristic, predicted by UK fRoots to become ‘one of the leading Roma Violinists of the century’, has joined with Faith Ristic - a highly charismatic and virtuosic UK accordionist - to compose and perform a style that draws from each of their musical heritages and expresses their unique personal connection. Branko’s violin – described as ‘something that Paganini would be proud of’ [BBC Radio 3] soars at break-neck paces whilst Faith’s ‘nimble accordion accompaniment provides a beautiful bedrock’ [The Guardian]. Branko – a self-taught virtuosic Roma violinist with a painful personal history - opens his heart in their slower compositions, revealing at times the sadness and darkness beneath the frantic virtuosic revelry.
Garance and the Mitochondries
Garance Louis is a song writer and accordionist from rural southern france writting song arranged by the mitochondries.
Copper Viper are a bluegrass-inspired folk duo from London, comprised of prolific songwriter and guitarist Robin Joel Sangster, and mandolin/fiddle player Duncan Menzies.