Following We can now reveal our remaining Saturday and Sunday musicians for the rest of August. Our line-up contains a 3 times Grammy nominee, some classic Rock ‘n’ Roll and lovely toe-tapping Jazz and Swing; perfect for a Sunday afternoon.
Tickets cost £5 per table booking on top of a £14 pre-order of your first 3.5 pint flagon of Brewery Fresh Beer. Table bookings are for 2 – 6 people from the same household or support bubble.
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Saturday 29th August – Sandy McLelland – SOLD OUT
Throughout a long and respected music career, Scottish singer songwriter, Sandy McLelland has contributed to the artistic achievements of numerous artists and projects all over the world. Capable and comfortable across many, diverse, musical styles……‘This music’ represents the culmination of a lifetimes’ work.Sandy’s latest album ‘Cross the Line’ reached number 1 in the iTunes Country Music chart as well being Awarded album of the year by Blues & Roots Radio.
His early days saw him work with the humblest of new pop artists such as Massive Attack, Neneh Cherry and Bros, through to established international stars like Paul McCartney & Tears For Fears. He is a 3 times Grammy nominee and has won awards around the world. He has written and produced music for Latin artists, significantly Spanish legend Miguel Bose with whom he achieved a series of chart topping albums, changing the landscape of contemporary Latin music along the way.
Sunday 30th August – Steph Richardson
Our final act of the summer! Steph Richardson is a jazz vocalist and singer songwriter based in South East England. Steph performs alongside great local musicians, artists and bands, and has had the pleasure of performing with Phil Veacock, Mike Lovett, Apollo Big Band and National Youth Jazz Orchestra. She has produced her own sell-out show for Hungerford Arts Festival, and featured at the Rye International Jazz Festival. Steph writes her own weird songs on ukulele and regularly performs these. At the Summer Bar Steph will perform many contemporary jazz numbers and standards, alongside bassist Craig Ferguson.
Saturday 5th September – Lizzy Hardingham
We’re very excited to welcome folk musician and songstress, Lizzy Hardingham to the bar. She is paving her way as a “rising star on the UK folk scene” with songs that “sing straight to the heart”. After appearing as a finalist in 2018’s New Roots competition to find the best new folk act she has gone from strength to strength. She will play songs from her own repertoire as well as some folk covers.
Sunday 6th September – Emily Windham Quartet
Back by popular demand, Emily Windham returns with her classic jazz, soul and contemporary covers. She will be back with Bass player Marianne Windham, guitarist Xavier Riley and will this time be joined by the outstanding flute player, Annie Parker. She grew up in Wales and learnt to play the flute classically to a very high level. Currently she performs, composes and teaches, and enjoys exploring different types of music. Her sheer technical ability and dexterity, combined with a talent for improvisation, produces thrilling instrumental solos.
Saturday 12th September – The Farleys
On what would have been the Hop Harvest Party day, we will be looking to close the bar with a bang. The Farleys already brought us an excellent night of funky covers and toe-tapping tunes in their own unique skiffle style so we are delighted to have them back.
The bar will not be open on Sunday 13th as we convert the hanger ready for the harvest to start on Monday 14th.