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Coming to The Musician in March 2020

Forty Tenth promotions
Sun 1st Mar 2020
Ida Wenøe & Samantha Whates
£10.00adv £12.00door
Doors 8:00pm - 11:00pm
Double Headliner gig

Ida Wenøe is revelling in the critical success of her latest album, the beautifully put-together "The Things We Don't Know Yet".

With airplay still flooding in from national and regional BBC stations, particularly for her brand new single 'Change Me A Little' (video link below), she is building her UK audience quite nicely and with good reason, as she blends her Nordic Noir heritage with hints of Americana and English folk. To list artists she sounds like would be to miss the point entirely - as anyone who has witnessed a live show can attest, Ida Wenøe is very definitely Ida Wenøe.

“Ida Wenøe is equal parts mysterious, brooding & beguiling” - R2 Magazine

“Her voice - weary but cute, with the power to cut through - is perfect” – The Guardian

“Wenøe’s signature style pairs ethereal vocals with delicately finger-picked guitar” – Line of Best Fit

“In keeping with her Nordic DNA there’s a glacial air to both the music and the imagery” – Folk Radio

Samantha Whates is London-based and has been there since her teens, but her heart, voice and songs retain a strong affinity with her Scottish roots, cultivating a sound that is thoroughly contemporary, rooted in tradition yet uniquely her own.

A regular live performer, Samantha has played throughout the UK from small town pubs to large festivals and major London venues (Union Chapel, Cecil Sharp House, Tate Modern, Royal Festival Hall, Roundhouse). Her debut album, ‘Dark Nights Make For Brighter Days’ & EP ‘Trees & Gold’, enjoyed both critical acclaim and radio play (BBC 6 Music, Radio 2, KCRW, Resonance FM).

“The most beautiful album...”
Bob Harris, BBC Radio 2

"Just gorgeous"
Tom Robinson, BBC 6Music

"Her songs are hauntingly beautiful”
Kathryn Williams
Magic Teapot
Mon 2nd Mar 2020
Bird In The Belly
£5.00adv £6.00door
plus Steve Parker, Weikie and Dani Matty
Doors 7:30pm - 10:30pm
Bird in the Belly is a Brighton-based folk group consisting of folk-duo Hickory Signals (Laura Ward and Adam Ronchetti), alt-folk singer-songwriter Ben Webb (Jinnwoo, Green Ribbons), and multi-instrumentalist and producer Tom Pryor. Together they collect little known and forgotten lyrics, poems and stories from around the UK, and set them to their own “hypnotically original compositions” (fRoots).

Their sound is raw and bare-boned with “distinctively contemporary and earthy vocalising” (R2 Magazine) – and harks back to the 1960s Folk Revival sound.

Their debut album ‘The Crowing’ (March 2018, GF*M Records) was met with critical acclaim across the board from fRoots, R2, Songlines, Louder Than War, Northern Sky, Folk Radio UK, as well as the Sunday Express giving the album 5/5 and calling it folk album of the year.
Bird in the Belly’s gig highlights include Manchester Folk Festival (English Folk Expo showcase), Leigh Folk Festival, Tooting Folk Club and Ropetackle Arts Centre, Brighton’s Toy Museum Folk Club, Purbeck Valley Folk Festival, Gate to Southwell Festival, Warwick Folk Festival and Mosely Folk Festival.

Alongside this, the group has been working on a feature length documentary to support the album, interviewing the likes of June Tabor, Frankie Armstrong, Stick in the Wheel, Fellside Record, Rootbeat Records, Ian Anderson (fRoots Editor), Lisa Knapp, Gerry Diver, Naomi Bedford and The Rails about the contemporary folk scene.

The group is back with their much anticipated second album "Neighbours and Sisters", released in October 2019.
Forty Tenth promotions
Tue 3rd Mar 2020
Jeremy Tuplin Band
£10.00adv £12.00door
Doors 8:00pm - 11:00pm
Jeremy Tuplin, a Somerset-raised, London-living musician, is a singer-songwriter in the very essence of the term, incorporating intricate lyricism and storytelling within a soundscape ranging from indie to psychedelic to “space”-folk. In 2019 he released ‘Pink Mirror’ on Trapped Animal Records to widespread acclaim, and a new record is rumoured to be out in 2020. Although still playing the occasional stripped-back solo show, these days he mostly fronts his own band called The Ultimate Power Assembly.

Folk Radio UK - "an idiosyncratic, fiercely independent singer-songwriter with a knack for melodic hooks, wryly observant lyrics and a unique sonic vision"

For The Rabbits - "an honest, exciting and entirely compelling record"

Clash Music - “A cosmic gem”

The Telegraph Culture - “A distinctive, deep vocal that has hints of Leonard Cohen and Bill Callahan”

BBC 6 Music – Tom Robinson – "Unconventional, conversational and intimate”
Music Match UK - "Wonderfully weird"

Boomtown Festival – “One of the founding fathers of the lesser known genre of space folk”
Wed 4th Mar 2020
Forty Tenth promotions
Thu 5th Mar 2020
The Magpies
£10.00adv £12.00door
plus Greenman Rising
Doors 8:00pm - 11:00pm
The Magpies formed in their hometown of York in the autumn of 2017. Initially a duo project between Bella Gaffney (Celtic Connections Danny Kyle Award winner) and acclaimed mandolin player Polly Bolton, 2018 saw the lineup expand to a quartet, with the original pair joining forces with renowned cellist Sarah Smout and fiddle ace Holly Brandon. After a busy 18 months, the quartet is already establishing a fearsome reputation for their glittering live shows, onstage rapport and genre-busting original and traditional material.

Based on a deeply felt musical friendship, they work collaboratively, arranging material led by powerful vocals and instrumental compositions. They each draw on their transatlantic influences to create a unique blend of Celtic and bluegrass folk, transporting audiences to distant lands and capturing imaginations with their enthralling live show.

Over the summer of 2018 they were exceptionally well received, performing at festivals such as Cambridge Folk Festival, main stage at Wickham Festival, Towersey Festival, Deer Shed Festival, Grassington and a sold out EP release show at The Great Yorkshire Fringe. The first transatlantic trip for the band took place in February 2019, when they performed at Folk Alliance International in Montreal.

The summer of 2019 has seen them perform at many more festivals including Glastonbury, Larmer Tree, Warwick main stage and Shambala, whilst recording their debut full band album for release in early 2020 (album release tour March 2020).

"A natural chemistry... all three voices blend and harmonise beautifully... the mix of styles offers so much promise." Folk Radio UK

“Very well liked by the punters! A proper hit.” Bev Burton, Cambridge Folk Festival
Xander Promotions
Fri 6th Mar 2020
Fred Zeppelin
£10.00adv £12.00door
The four members of Fred Zeppelin are real fans of the originals, and formed ‘The Fredz’ out of their admiration and love of Led Zeppelin’s music. As their name suggests, the band do not take themselves too seriously - they know the praise belongs to Robert, Jimmy, John Paul Jones, and Bonzo, but they aim to do justice to the music and they certainly achieve that.
Xander Promotions
Sat 7th Mar 2020
The Della Grants
£10.00adv £12.00door
plus Elba
The Della Grants material cleverly bridges the gaps between several genres and if you've seen them live then you'll know just how diverse their music really is. Expertly written songs all linked by a bluesy feel and delivered on stage, in an unapologetic, old fashioned rock and roll manner. So far The DGs have opened for some of the biggest names on the circuit including: Canned Heat, Nine Below Zero and Dr Feelgood. In January 2016 they graduated from the previous years Introducing Stage at the Skegness Rock and Blues Festival to play to a packed out Centre Stage; and they didn’t disappoint. Introduced by legendary Dr Feelgood guitarist Steve Walwyn the band played a storming set of original material and closed the set with their new hit Red Mist which on the night featured Walwyn himself on guitar. Without an obvious stand-out musician The DGs are perhaps a little different to many of the genre's mainstays, but like many famous bands of the past the quality of their music more than eclipses that. When it all comes together, the look, the attitude, and the great self-penned tracks, it really works.
Forty Tenth promotions
Sun 8th Mar 2020
Josienne Clarke
£10.00adv £12.00door
plus Autumn Dawn Leader
Doors 8:00pm - 11:00pm
When Josienne Clarke signed to the illustrious independent music champions Rough Trade Records, its founder Geoff Travis told The Guardian that she writes, ‘songs that rearrange your internal emotional landscape… reinventing the popular song structure’.

With a rare gift for poetic melancholy, Josienne’s songs have also been described as ‘extraordinary’ (Mojo), ‘gently exquisite’ (The Observer) and ‘full of depth’ (The Telegraph). While the world music bible Songlines said, ’Clarke’s dark, complex imagery in the lyrics pushes the songs into rich metaphorical territory, one of the heart and of self-enquiry’. American Songwriter magazine named Josienne one of the best songwriters of 2016.

With several new records and theatrical productions to look forward to, Josienne Clarke remains one of the most impressive, accomplished and downright heart-breaking singers, lyricists and composers we’ve got.
Magic Teapot
Mon 9th Mar 2020
Blue Rose Code
plus Rob Jones and Les Hayden
Sorry folks this gig has been postponed until early October. No set date just yet. Please collect monies back from point of sale.
Forty Tenth promotions
Tue 10th Mar 2020
Robbie Cavanagh and His Band
£10.00adv £12.00door
plus Demi Marriner
Doors 8:00pm - 11:00pm
Manchester’s Robbie Cavanagh writes unscrubbed, heartfelt Americana.

Cavanagh’s second record saw him showcase at AmericanaFest in London and across the pond in Nashville, as well as performing alongside the likes of Jarrod Dickenson, Aaron Lee Tasjan, The Wandering Hearts, Robert Vincent, Mary Gauthier and Ferris Sylvester to name a few.

Robbie is working on material for a third record, which he’ll be performing live with his band for the first time on this tour.
Wed 11th Mar 2020
Thu 12th Mar 2020
Ann Duggan
£6.00adv £8.00door
The Brilliant Annie Duggan and her amazing guitarist Rob Hines return to The Musician as part of their 2020 tour.

Annie Duggan and Rob Hines are well known for their charismatic performances of both their own original songs and those of musicians they admire and that have influenced their own work. They have received high acclaim in reviews of a number of high profile music magazines, Blues Matters, Maverick, Rock and Reel and Classic Rock to name but a few that highlights their diversity spanning across all genres of music which has allowed them to travel extensively around the country and as far as touring in the USA.

Expect a lively night as they mix influences from Folk, Blues, Country Americana, Rock and Jazz to create wonderful arrangements of both original and classic covers.

"Together they deliver a a roller coaster of a show that takes you on a journey that is entertaining, engaging, musicianship at it's best, this is a duo not to be missed" MAVERICK MAGAZINE
Fri 13th Mar 2020
Keep It Cash
The most accurate sounding tribute show to Johnny CASH on the planet ... That is what they say about Keep it Cash.
The band is a labour of love and a product of many years of hard work and dedication. Expect a note perfect musical journey
from the humble gospel beginnings of the Tennessee two, right through to the final and emotional American Recordings. 
Sat 14th Mar 2020
feat: Not My Good Arm, The Fisters, Multimorph and Spiny Norman
Doors 7:00pm - 11:30pm
Charity fundraiser for local charities :
Hope against Cancer + The Bridge charities


Doktor Dyper
Sun 15th Mar 2020
Red Bazar
Sorry the gig has been cancelled. Refunds from point of purchase.
feat: Kevin Hewick
Red Bazar formed in 2007 as an instrumental trio featuring Andy Wilson on guitar, Paul Comerie on drums and Mick Wilson on bass and keyboards. The line-up released two albums, ‘Connections’ and ‘Differential Being’, and a three track EP, ‘Beyond The Ice Storm’. The releases were well received by audiences and critics alike and the band developed a reputation for their live performances. To expand on the sound, the band recruited keyboard player Gary Marsh and soon after teamed up with singer and multi instrumentalist Peter Jones.

This line up released the first Red Bazar vocal album, ‘Tales From The Bookcase’. The album was voted runner up in the Classic Rock Society album of the year awards 2016 and appeared in a number of top 10 album listings including magazines, radio stations and internet sites.

Progressive Aspect reported
‘Red Bazar may just have released one of the Prog albums of the year’

The band played a large number of gigs throughout 2016 and 2017 and featured on a number of festivals and continued to develop their live performance and shows.
Red Bazar is undertaking a series of live performances in 2019 to promote their new album
‘Things As They Appear’ which will be released on 26th January 2019.
The live line-up features Andy Wilson guitars, Paul Comerie drums,
Peter Jones vocals and keyboards and Mick Wilson bass and vocals.
Leicester artist Kevin Hewick is no stranger to the local scene. Vocalist/acoustic guitar is inspired from the classic prog greats such as Yes and ELP plus late 70's early 80's acts such as Joy Division. A pleasant support for tonight's entertainment.
Forty Tenth promotions
Mon 16th Mar 2020
Greg Russell and Ciaran Algar
£10.00adv £12.00door
plus Olivia Rose Deane
Doors 8:00pm - 11:00pm
Two time BBC Radio 2 Folk Award Winners Greg Russell & Ciaran Algar combine Russell’s powerful vocals and driving guitar style with the latter’s All-Ireland Championship winning fiddle playing.

Since joining forces the duo have become one of the most sought after acts on the folk scene touring extensively in the UK, Denmark, Germany, France, Spain, Belgium and The Netherlands. Their fourth and latest (2018) studio album, Utopia & Wasteland, was described as ‘a big step forward’ (RnR Magazine), established them as ‘the golden boys of Brit-Folk’ (MOJO) and raised the pair to being ‘one of the most exciting duos in any genre’ (FRUK).

As well as touring as a duo, Greg Russell & Ciaran Algar have been involved in some of the leading artistic collaborations to have come out of the UK folk scene in the last ten years including The Transports (5 Stars, The Guardian) and Shake the Chains (4 Stars, The Guardian).

Combining original, contemporary songwriting with traditional material the pair have earned the following praise:

**** The Telegraph

**** The Sun ***** The Daily Star

“folk at its very best” Maverick

“invigorating…infectious joy” Songlines
Doktor Dyper
Tue 17th Mar 2020
Coma Rossi
Tour cancelled due to virus travel restrictions. Refunds from points of purchase
feat: The Amber Herd
From India, and formed in 2014, Coma Rossi is an attempt to create atmospheric and moody textures blending in with distorted sounds and hard-hitting grooves spreading across emotive lyrics.
The self-titled, debut album is now out on all digital platforms.
Winner of Best Rock Artist (People’s Choice) at Radio City Freedom Awards 2019.
The first single “Turn Back Time” is streaming on -https://youtu.be/p7z0u8DqFWw
Press -
Rolling Stone “ Coma Rossi Bring Slick, Soaring Prog on ‘Turn Back Time’ “
A Humming Heart - "resembling the technical mastery of a band that has been in the game of aeons..
‘Conventional’ is not a word that applies to The Amber Herd. Formed in Nottingham in 2007 and consisting of members from all over the country that independently all converged on the East Midlands, drawing on influences from thrash metal to traditional folk whilst bringing life to the kind of vivid pictures and swirling soundscapes that LSD was designed for, The Amber Herd are anything but ordinary.

Headlining shows at major venues around The UK, BBC Radio Nottingham sessions, high profile support slots with the likes of CUD, Jesus Jones, Knifeworld, Delays, That Petrol Emotion, Ultrasound and many more; Festival appearances at Bearded Theory, Headstock, Glastonwick (by personal invitation of Attila the Stockbroker) and High Voltage Festival (having won a national competition to headline the acoustic stage) have led to the band being described in a variety of media as “Nottingham’s best kept secret?”, “an intriguing band with an eye for drama and melody” and “Mind blowing!”.

Whilst always a formidable live proposition, the band have not eschewed the studio having released two double A side singles (the second of which, ‘Thursday’, was voted Notts Live radio’s number one song of 2010 in their annual top 50 run down), a five track EP (closing song ‘Magnolia’ memorably featuring on Channel 4’s Hollyoaks in the UK) and now the band's debut album ‘Our Only Eden’ – a 55 minute concept album in the non-dirty sense of the word that promises to take the listener to another dimension.
The amber herd are a different category from the norm, blending folk, rock, indie & post-punk a hint of prog and a liberal scattering of psychedelic lucidity they produce a wall of sound with great passion and an eye for drama.

Cheeseweasel Promotions
Wed 18th Mar 2020
Emily Duff
--- Unfortunately Emily Duff has had to cancel her tour due to uncertainty over the travel situation and the Musician will now be closed. We hope to reschedule for a later date, however refunds are available from all points of purchase ---
Thu 19th Mar 2020
Tom Bardord & Alex Hitchcocks - AuB
In order to help with not spreading the virus this gig is now cancelled
£12.00adv £5 NUS
Doors 7:30pm
Leicester Jazz House Presents
AuB (pronounced ORB) are an exciting London based
quartet, masterminded by two young saxophonists, Tom
Barford and Alex Hitchcock. Together with bassist Fergus
Ireland and drummer James Maddren, AuB amalgamate
contemporary jazz sounds with an adventurous,
electronic soundscape and a risk-taking spirit!
James Maddren Drums
Ferg Ireland Bass
Tom Barford Saxophone
Alex Hitchcock Saxophone
Fri 20th Mar 2020
The Veez
In order not to help spread the virus this gig is now cancelled
feat: Wailing Badger and Michael Vickers
A night of Rock & Psychedelic Rock

More bands TBA
Xander Promotions
Sat 21st Mar 2020
£10.00adv £12.00door
plus Reyt Against' Machine
Moretallica are a hard hitting, exciting Metallica tribute band with a fast growing reputation. They have a commitment to playing the music of Metallica to the highest standards, capturing the raw energy of their early career and sustaining that high intensity on the newer material, resulting in a breathtaking show. Formed in mid 2012, Moretallica are now winning over audiences in venues across the UK.
Sun 22nd Mar 2020
Due to virus concerns new date TBA
Join singer-songwriter Hannah for an evening of original music at The Musician in Leicester. Following her recent trips to Nashville where she wrote with no.1 selling songwriters, Hannah will be sharing lots of new material. She has been compared to artists such as Joni Mitchele, Adele and Alison Krauss and will be joined by a full live band.
Support act to be announced.
Mon 23rd Mar 2020
Xander Promotions
Tue 24th Mar 2020
Nate Bergman
£6.00adv £8.00door
Nate Bergman is the lead singer in the underground rock band Lionize. 2020 will see Nate tour and release music as a solo musician. As frontman he's toured the UK various times opening for the likes of Clutch & CKY as well as headlining Classic Rock Magazine tours.
Wed 25th Mar 2020
The Waymores
Sorry folks due to the virus travel restrictions this gig is now cancelled
plus The Ruby Doos
Award winning, internationally touring acoustic honky-Tonk Americana duo our of Atlanta Ga.

Willie Heath Neal and Kira Annalise in an acoustic show that finally has a name! The Waymores isn't a band, it's a show. A damn fine one at that.
It has been written that Willie would have made any of his outlaw heroes proud, come let him take you back to the days when music had a purpose! Once Willie has you ready to rob banks and steal women , get ready for Kira to break your heart with honky tonk ballads sure to make a grown man cry
Magic Teapot
Thu 26th Mar 2020
Melanie Pegge
Postponed due to the virus - new date tbc
£5.00adv £6.00door
plus Steve Parker and Autumn Dawn Leader
Doors 7:30pm - 10:30pm
Come along and celebrate the launch of Melanie Pegge’s new album Underworld Floods, recorded in Loughborough with friends and long-time collaborators Chris Thornhill (a drysalter) and Tom Mapes (Stone Dog Studios). The record is a collection of spacious, ghostly songs performed on meandering classical guitar, accompanied by the subtle and mystical improvisation of a drysalter.

Melanie is a dedicated songwriter and crafter of intricate melodies. With gentle sensitivity and deftly executed guitar, she produces intriguing songs, often creating surprising connections between folk, flamenco and classical guitar technique. The exquisite rumblings of a well-loved nylon string guitar are overlaced by whispering vocals, telling stories of lost dreamlands, memories and imaginings. A regular performer in intimate venues across the Midlands, with a back catalogue of albums and releases to explore online.
"Great vocals, virtuoso Spanish guitar, poised intelligent song writing" - Tom Robinson (BBC 6 MUSIC 2017)

"The musical equivalent of a watercolour study, an instance of brightness and inspiration a hopeful grab at something transient yet eternal, less accurate than a photograph but more truthful." - Louis Barabbas (FreshNet 2018)
Cheeseweasel Promotions
Fri 27th Mar 2020
Scarlet Rebels & Revival Black
£10.00adv £12.00door
plus Dig Lazarus
Doors 7:30pm
Melodic hard rock band Scarlet Rebels were formed from the foundations of Welsh rock band V0iD. In 2018, singer-songwriter Wayne Doyle, energetic and powerhouse drummer Gary Doyle and harmonic, rhythmic bassist Wayne ‘Pricey’ Esmonde were joined by blistering lead guitarist Chris Jones and on second guitar/keyboards, Josh Townshend, who has rock royalty flowing through his veins, being the son of The Who guitarist Simon Townshend and the nephew of rock icon Pete Townshend.

Their debut album 'Show Your Colours' is has real sonic weight and is a stunning record from start to finish, never losing the focus that the song is always served best. 14 songs of soaring melodies, anthemic choruses, blistering guitars and heavy-duty drums with which Scarlet Rebels prove that good songwriting won’t ever go out of fashion.

Revival Black (previously known as ‘Black Cat Bones’) are a classic sounding hard rock band, striking out of the cultural heartland that is Liverpool, England. Signed to management agency TMR, they plan a sonic incursion on the public with their forthcoming 10-song debut album 'Step in Line' - released on Friday 11th October 2019.

With their own brand of honest rock n roll, drawing upon the classic sound of the 70’s with a strong foothold in the modern day, Revival Black have firmly planted themselves within `The New Wave of Classic Rock`. They recently closed the HRH Road Trip festival in Ibiza, opened up the inaugural Call Of The Wild Festival were Top 3 finalists in the Virgin Music ‘Manchester to LA’ competition and now TNT Wrestling have adopted 'Hold Me Down' as their official event anthem.
Wake Up Promotions
Sat 28th Mar 2020
Imagine the Beatles
In order to help with not spreading the virus this gig is postponed to 8th Aug
£11.00adv £13.00door
"For a fantastic night out where the hits just keep coming, enjoy the very best of 'The Beatles'. The top Beatles tribute band in the industry performing live for just one night only. Having been together for the last twelve years playing all over the UK and overseas these boys will take you back
to the great days of 'The Sixties". Just listen and watch the show ..... Could it really be them? From The early 'Cavern' days, through 'Beatlemania' then right up to 'Abbey Rd' and back calling at 'Penny Lane' on route this is one 'Magical Mystery Tour' you won't want to miss!
Magic Teapot
Sun 29th Mar 2020
Rozi Plain
Sorry the tour is postponed due to the virus
£11.00adv £13.00door
plus Charlotte Carpenter and Sally Hossack's Dream Band
Doors 7:30pm - 10:30pm
The music of Rozi Plain has always felt like a freeze-frame. A colourful and graceful snapshot of the world, paused, suspended in time, and then gently toyed with, like stepping out of the linear world as we know it. Wide awake in dreaming. There have been three records over the past decade, each one just like this, alluring and beguiling in the delicate nature through which they exist, as if one wrong move could lead the whole thing to collapse in on itself, sending you tumbling back to the real world at any given moment.

Her brand new album, ‘What A Boost’, carries the same sense of exquisite elegance but is an altogether different, and distinctive, journey. One, in fact, that was inspired and informed by just that: of travel and passage, of the unique inspiration found in different and differing people and places. Of movement and motion. Of journeying.

Tweaked and refined during a year spent touring the world playing bass in This Is The Kit, ‘What A Boost’ nurtures its homely roots and then blooms into a record that isn’t strictly about life on road but is undoubtedly, and beautifully, shaped by it. Textural, repetitive, propulsive, the whole piece plays out like a soundtrack to the world flying past the window; all of the shapes, colours, sights and sounds, flickering fast as we try to take as much of it in as we can
Mon 30th Mar 2020
The City Acoustic Club
Canceled to help stop the spread of the virus
For up to date info and news please join The City Acoustic Club Facebook group!
Tue 31st Mar 2020

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