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On The Lamb Stage, April 2019

March 27, 2019

Wednesday 3rd April, 8pm

BEDLAMB

 

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:

Sandtimer
An indie folk band might be considered an unlikely outfit for Robert Sword, a classically trained pianist, and Simon Thomas, an Oceanography graduate, to end up in. However, these things can happen in unusual ways. Sandtimer create music that often centres around the passage of time, including themes of reflection, escapism and hope. Their recordings have been featured on a number of national radio shows in the UK, as well as several prominent blogs and playlists. Now operating as a full band, with Rachel Thomas on bass and vocals, and Alex Jackson on percussion, they have performed on the UK acoustic circuit frequently, as well as touring western Canada and northern continental Europe.

Fuzzy Brown
On the 14th 0f April 2001 Fuzzy Brown went down to The Crossroads, guitar in hand, to sell his soul to The Devil in return for MAD GUITAR SKILLZ!
Lucifer took one look at Fuzzy's black shriveled soul and said "NO!!! HOWEVER YOU DO HAVE BEAUTIFUL EYES. I WILL ACCEPT ONE EYE AS PAYMENT FOR THE MAD GUITAR SKILLZ YOU SEEK." Fuzzy agreed.
Satan plucked Fuzzy's right eye from his head and placed it in his own demonic bellybutton, bestowing on Fuzzy Brown MAD GUITAR SKILLZ the likes of which the world had never seen. There was, of course, a catch.
Fuzzy is now doomed not only to see the world through his one remaining eye but also through his missing eye from the depths of Beeltzebub's Bellybutton.

Ed Hopwood
London based Multi-Instrumentalist and Solo Artist. Ed plays Harmonica, guitar, percussion and sings.
Regularly seen playing and hosting Old-Time sessions around London.
https://www.edhopwood.com/

 

 

Saturday 6th April, 8pm

Live at The Lamb - Rainbrother

 

 

Last year the release of Rainbrother’s critically acclaimed debut album Tales From the Drought gave the group a fair amount of Danish radio airplay and a ticket to SXSW Festival in the US and English festivals like Wilderness and Bestival. Along with frequent touring in their native Denmark and the UK the five rainbrothers also found time to drive their equipment out to an old farmhouse in the Danish countryside where they isolated themselves for two weeks and recorded a number of frontman Bjarke Bendtsen’s new songs.

Island has been through the mixing console of L.A. producer Kennie Takahashi who has worked with the likes of Beck, Black Keys and Danger Mouse. He has spiced up the sound of the farm attic, run the softer alt-folk sound through his new and old machines. Expect an album with psychedelic guitar tones, crunchy acoustic guitar and vibrant 70s drums led by Bendtsen’s alluring vocals.

 

 

 

 

Sunday 7th April, 8pm

Sunday Sessions - Eltel

 

We have never seen the like of ELTEL before, in a good way. Funny, freaky, moving and musical with bags of charisma and generosity. Also very, very clever, come celebrate their LP launch and meet their mates The Dirty Carols!

 

 

 

Wednesday 10th, 8pm

An Evening With Joe Kelly

 

It's easy to consign the idea of the itinerant blues singer to myth (Robert Johnson) or caricature (Seasick Steve) but in 2018, Joe Kelly is as close as you'll get to the real thing. Having spent the last couple of years calling a dilapidated camper van home and playing hundreds of shows armed with just a beaten-up guitar, a stomping foot and a harmonica, Joe decided that enough was enough, breaking free of the limitations of the one-man band and enlisting the services of a hand picked troupe of the finest local guns for hire, the ‘Royal Pharmacy’.
Debut single ‘Devil At Your Door’, an apocalyptic folk-blues with roots instrumentation and a contemporary edge proved an immediate hit with regional radio DJs earning the band a BBC Horizons grant and setting Joe up for a fruitful summer of festival appearances and an Italian tour.
The Launchpad funding saw Joe Kelly & The Royal Pharmacy begin work on their debut album at the renowned Monnow Valley studios, the first single from which, ‘Babylon’, was released in November 2017.

 

   

 

Sunday 14th, 8pm

Sunday Sessions - Toytown Hustle

 

Toytown Hustle - An experimental-pop ensemble that blend a colourful selection of electronic styles and acoustic instruments. Mixing slick and twisted music with lyrical riddles, Toytown are like a delicious cake with rich and tasteful layers.

 

 

Wednesday 17th, 8pm

An Evening with Joplin Parnell

 

Joplin Parnell is a prominent pianist and vocalist on London’s Jazz and Blues scene. He has lived a life immersed in music having started out at an early age following his piano playing father around New Orleans parades, jam sessions and bars, snare drum in hand. Days at home were spent receiving a musical education in the back of his mothers audio engineering studio watching her cut records and listening with keen ears. His sets weave a rich tapestry of New Orleans Rhythm & Blues and Brazilian Choro, New York Stride and French Musette with a Tango or two thrown in for good measure drawing influence from the full breadth of his musical heritage and imparting a deep soulful sensibility onto everything he does.

 

 

Thursday 18th, 8pm

Ze Trio!  Fundraiser for Shooting Star Children's Hospice

 

Welcome to the eclectic world of Ze Trio! A carnival of spontaneous musical wonder, born from a chance combination of three somewhat brilliant, like-minded musicians on one dark, cold winter's evening, early in the year of two thousand and nine...

One of these talented musicians, Stephen, will be running the London Marathon to raise money for Shooting Star Children's Hospice. Come and support him, help raise some money and have a dance into the bargain!

We cover a varied repertoire of music ranging from the early 1800s to the present; from Muse to Dizzy rascal; Frank Sinatra to... Britney Spears..?! Whatever your taste, with our swing/pop/rock/folk/classical concoction we can't fail to entertain you! So by all means, come in, sit back, relax, and soak up the maniacal musical madness that is... Ze Trio!

 

 

 21st April, 8pm

Sunday Sessions George Simmonds and The Squintet

 

The Squintet played their first gig at The Lamb in January and they blew us away. Head on down for some heavy funk, R’n’B and New Orleans grooves. Don't miss this!

 

 

Wednesday 24th, 8pm

Fiddly Diddly Folk Sessions

 

The Lamb plays host to a fiddly diddly folk session on the 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 28th, 6pm

Sunday Funday with The Old Time Rags

 

Drawing influence from sideshow, music hall and vaudeville this exciting duo will charm and entertain you with their percussive dance, one man band, dueling banjos and twirling brooms throwing you back to an era where live street entertainment was king

 

 

Sunday 29th April, 8pm

Sunday Sessions Mitchell and Vincent

 

Mitchell and Vincent are a Westcountry folk duo who bring traditional and contemporary styles on fiddle and guitar to folk tunes and songs from around the British Isles, as well as original material drawing on the folk traditions, producing their own varied arrangements and great foot-tapping folk music.

“Their sound is much deeper and richer than you would expect from an acoustic duo. Intricate instrumentalism and pulsing rhythms abound … They display a deep understanding and appreciation of their instruments … providing skilled arrangements and expert delivery of tunes and songs which showcase the vibrancy, and variety, of folk music across Britain. A thoroughly engaging and enjoyable experience.” Bright Young Folk

 

 

 

 

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