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On The Lamb Stage October 2019

September 25, 2019

2nd October, 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:

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.

Having played harmonica and guitar in sessions since age 17, Dusty has fronted heavy rock bands, led folk sessions and backed indie bands with solid bass. Now playing solo, he plays session, support for bands and fronts his own gigs.

Calico Thieves
Calico Thieves are a guitar and fiddle duo with a love of close harmony singing, drawing on Bluegrass, Americana and Old Time Music. Bringing you songs of railroads and rivers, romance and revenge, from well known artists such as Gillian Welch, The Secret Sisters and Michelle Shocked, but a few of our own songs thrown in as well.


6th October, 5.30pm


Special Sunday Session with George Simmonds and the Squintet


George and The Squintet always blow us away. Head on down for some heavy funk, R’n’B and New Orleans grooves. Don't miss this!



6th October, 8pm




Super Cumbia have been sent to rid this world of sadness using their collective super power of Cumbia Music! From all over the world they unite and for this night and this night only they are in our pub!

This is one not to be missed!!!



9th October, 8pm


An Evening With Queen Cake and Scott Mickelson


A generous slice of 1920’s nostalgia with decadent layers of lady harmonies and smooth, clever arrangements. Internationally sourced and baked to perfection in New Orleans.
Queen Cake will make you feel like you are choking on a small plastic baby made of jazz.

SCOTT MICKELSON hails from Massachusetts but has lived in California's the Bay Area since the eighties. His record Flickering was on the Grammy Ballot in two categories (Best Folk Album, Best Roots Music Performance). His influences include Tom Waits, Brian Wilson, Radiohead, Neil Young and Frank Sinatra.
“Mickelson sings with aching urgency, cloaked in a dark fog that keeps his melodies balancing on the edge of unresolved, underscoring his take that life is never an all-easy road. His work is smart, moving and never overdone.” -MusicNewsNashville
“Flickering, a buoyant composition showcasing that Mickelson’s offers undeniable musical charm and instrumental dexterity.” -Glide Magazine
“It's American folk-Rock with a post punk edge, rustic but scarred.” -Alternative Press Magazine




13th October, 8.30pm


Sunday Sessions with Gypsy Dynamite


The boys are BACK!!!! get your dancing shoes on!!!

…..The soul of Gypsy Dynamite, Filippo and Giulio 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. Since then the young and dynamic foundation of Gypsy Dynamite, Giulio and Filippo have been playing in the most prestigious venues across London and in Europe too, receiving great feedback from each venue and audience they've entertained.



16th October, 8pm




An Evening With Phil King


As a singer-songwriter Phil King has the whole trinity: a beautiful, soulful singing voice; deft skills at playing the guitar and the capacity to write elegantly worded and powerful songs. His latest studio album The Wreckage received excellent media attention with Radio 2’s Bob Harris describing him as “Absolutely Brilliant” and a “Song Weaver”.

“Always lyrical, tuneful and emotional, lovers of the darker side of folk and roots-based music will find plenty to enjoy.” - R2 Rock’n’Reel Magazine

“Stunningly Beautiful, The Wreckage should expand his profile considerably.” - Folk Radio UK

"Phil's songs are couched in the simple language of truth." - Fatea Magazine



20th October, 5.30pm


Special Sunday Session with 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. His folk songs are both poetic and political, mining the same rich seams as Leonard Cohen, Fabrizio D’Andre and Georges Brassens. In 2015 he joined up with The Quivering Poets, Basha Bartz, Pablo Campos, Pablo Yupton, Adam Beattie and Adria Faurra to create a wonderful new alt-folk band that push his poetry and song to new musical territories. The Quivering Poets perform with a passion and fire uncommon in the modern realm of aternative folk.



20th October, 8pm


Sunday Sessions with Sarah Vista


Outlaw songstress delivering murder ballads with a country and western twang….
Sarah Vista and her band of character outlaws create original, Western Soundtrack style Music. With a large doff of their Stetsons to the original Country and Western artists of yesteryear, reviews have already hailed her unique sound as a nod to Loretta Lyn, Nancy Sinatra, Nick Cave and Johnny Cash.

Vista’s debut album is a unique blend of Morricone-esque western soundtrack style sounds and dark, dangerous country, showcasing an infectious songwriting style which has already led Vista’s trail to a host of international bookings in Nashville, Spain, Sweden and beyond..

Current single “Killing Fever”, out now on independent record label “Gallow Romantic” is featured on the OST for forthcoming (2018) western movie “The Price Of Death” by Chip Baker was recently hotly tipped in an extensive feature by Lee Powell in UK Rock and Roll Magazine, rated top single of 2017 and given a hard to achieve 4.5 stars in print by Wolfgang Doebeling of Germany’s Rolling Stone Magazine….



Sunday 27th October, 8pm


Sunday Sessions with Swamp Stomp String Band


The Swamp Stomp Swing Band are not your average Americana band! Twangy banjos, driving guitars and a thudding double bass push forward a clutch of drinking song and ragtime ditties of bar fights & gambling

nights that'll have you on your feet, cup in hand.



Wednesday 30th October, 8pm


Halloween Special with Jo Carley and The Old Dry Skulls


For Halloween it's the eagerly anticiapated return of the extraordinary Jo Carley and The Old Dry Skulls, performing here as part of their The 'Shake Them Rattlin' Bones' tour of the UK and Europe!

Jo Carley and The Old Dry Skulls combine the voodoo rhythms of 1930's ska and the blues with old timey vaudeville 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 sweet melodies tell terrible things. 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.

A band that lives to perform, Jo Carley & The Old Dry Skulls have been touring extensively up and down the UK and all across Europe at some of the best festivals and clubs on the circuit.




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