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On The Lamb Stage March 2019

March 2, 2019

3rd March, 8.30pm

Sunday Sessions:  Dan Webster


Dan Webster is described as ‘one of the U.K’s best kept musical secrets and one not to miss!’ and an ‘An insightful lyricist with a great voice’ Acoustic Magazine. According to Americana UK - ‘He is the missing link, the joining point, where folk fuses with country – as good as you’ll hear on any record out of Austin or Nashville - beautiful – he is Anglicana’. Dan is a road seasoned English singer-songwriter, his music is influenced by the sounds and storytelling traditions of American and British Folk music, which he uniquely blends into his own distinct fusion of Folk and Americana.

Dan is a formidable live performer, having played too many shows to count over the years, and has shared the bill with acts such as The Levellers, Seth Lakeman, Glen Tilbrook, Martin Carthy and Midge Ure to name a few. Live, Dan inspires attention; pulling you into his work with finely crafted melodies and lyrics - delivered with a powerful and honest vocal...fantastic solo, or with his band.


6th March, 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.

This month's awesome line up features:

Just A Jester
"Just A Jester" is a solo project of Tim's recent songs, commencing Feb 2018. He plays and records all the instruments and is responsible for all the engineering and production. All the pieces have had radio plays around the world. He has comprised the 1st 5 of these recordings into an E.P. which he has named, "Clear Blue".

Mooshwa Pooshwa
Too Moosh to Poosh? Undercover skullduggery and nortyness in a musical dimension.

Jack Patchett
BBC2 young folk award nominee. Alt-Folk Singer Songwriter influenced by Paolo Nutini, Mumford and Sons, John Mayer, Rex Orange County and others!
Debut EP Now available on Spotify and iTunes!



9th March, from 3pm

Queens:  A Celebration of Women in Music


We have a real treat for you!! A full day of music by an all female line up to celebrate International Women's Day brought to you by some of the best in the business. The line up includes Circe's Diner, Jennifer Kamikazi, Helena Deans, Rotem, Phoebe Warden, MIRI, Esther & the Sisters and DJ LuDec!

Food and entertainment from 2:00PM till late, children welcome in the day time until 7:00PM.

Free Entry but donation pot (pay what you can) will be circulating for musicians, all proceeds go straight to the musicians.



10th March, 8pm

Sunday Sessions:  The Curst Sons


The Curst Sons unique take on American traditional music mixes roots genres with powerful original songs and gutsy live shows.

They gnarl and twist together elements of bluegrass, rockabilly, country and blues and spew forth a sound that is instantly recognisable as their own. What may be overlooked is the fact that the Curst Sons are damn fine songwriters as well as potent lyricists.

If it is true that the Devil has all the best tunes, then he must undoubtedly have nicked some of them from The Curst Sons. Ken Brown FATEA

Now in their twenty first year the Curst Sons have released 6 CDs and one 10” vinyl EP on their own Curst Mountain label. They have been Runners up in the international Song Writing Competition (ISC), nominated for Best Alt Country Album in the Independent Music Awards and for Best Americana Act in the British Country Music Awards.

They have played far too many pubs, clubs and festivals to remember, twice been Time Out magazine’s critic’s choice and recorded two live sessions for much missed Mark Lamarr show on BBC Radio 2.



13th March, 8pm
An Evening With:  One Cello, One Voice and  a Mad Belgian


One Voice, One Cello & A Mad Belgian is a unique new collaboration between Rupert Gillett (Cello and Voice) and Jennifer El Gammal (soprano sax, melodeon and voice).

Rupert is a cello player/singer/songwriter/improviser. He delves into jazz, rock, folk, pop and more on the cello, while at the same time singing songs about robots, space invaders, bogey men and other serious issues of the day. Rupert also plays with a variety of ensembles such as Dai & the Ramblers and the London Klezmer Quartet, and pops up now and again on BBC radio and television.

Musician, writer, comedian, sociologist, tour guide and magician, Jennifer El Gammal, aka "A Mad Belgian", was born in a tiny land named Belgium. Since then, she has been travelling around Europe on her fold-up bicycle with her soprano saxophone and melodeon. Master improviser and constructor of strange and wonderful musical sculptures, Jennifer's jazzy and melodic excursions need to be heard....



March 17th, 4pm

Sunday Session Special:  Gabriel Moreno and The Quivering Poets


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)!



17th March, 8pm

Sunday Sessions  Stables


Stables was formed at the end of 2015 during late night drinks between Matthew and Daniel in London. Matthew was working on a new project idea at the time and, after playing through what was to become their first single, 'Steam', at 5 am, the duo was born, and quickly went public four months later. 'Beyond Brushes' (their debut album) was released to critical acclaim just nine months after, in August 2016, and was championed by the likes of BBC's Steve Lamacq, and BBC6 Recommends (amongst others), soon establishing them firmly on the circuit, with a growing fan base.

Just a month after the release Matthew and Daniel embarked on their first UK headline tour, followed by a small French headline. Stables put emphasis on 'energy' when playing live; switching instruments and producing the sound of a full band, with big harmonies and varied styles. Matthew says; 'I always wanted to create a simple sound that could then be taken further when needed, from a small folk club, to a large festival stage'. Stables have gone on to tour the UK further, performing at major festivals including Glastonbury Festival.

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20th March, 8pm

An Evening With:  Jo Carley and The Old Dry Skulls


Jo Carley and The Old Dry Skulls combine the voodoo rhythms of 1930's ska, calypso and the blues with old timey vaudaville cabaret. Music that makes people wanna shake their bones!
Dedicated to the subversive, the world of Jo Carley and the Old Dry Skulls is dark, animated and unusual. Seeking to amuse and draw the audience into an underworld filled with wonder, the macabre and the imagination they combine elements of Vaudeville, Skiffle, early horror films, early ska, calypso, old-timey country, and the Blues. This trio play a unique hybrid of early 20th Century music infused with dark Cabaret.

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. They are joined by James Le Huray on double bass and banjo.



20th March, 8pm

Sunday Sessions:  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!!!



31st  March, 8pm

Sunday Sessions:  Gypsy Gynamite


We are happy to welcome back our friends Gypsy Dynamite, Filippo and Giulio! They explode onto stage with sizzling guitar, unique and fresh arrangements of traditional Gypsy swing, Italian and Spanish music and memorable ‘million sellers’... Gypsy Dynamite style!

The band was originally formed as a duo by Giulio Romano Malaisi and Filippo Dall'Asta in London in 2012. As well as performing regularly in the UK, they have toured in France, Italy, Malta and Russia, and played at many illustrious venues including the House of Parliament, Brasserie Zedel, Tower of London, Union Chapel, Novikov, the Century Club, Brasserie Toulouse Lautrec, Le QuecumBar, The Forge, Gaucho, Cahoots, The Hideaway and the Green Note.




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