Eastwell Village Hall is venue for exciting mix of live music acts
Eastwell Village Hall is the venue for a varied and exciting series of gigs over the spring.
Kicking off the new season next Saturday (February 8) will be the Connor Selby Band.
Connor Selby is a rising star and is proving to be one of the UK’s most promising new blues acts.
His fluid, emotional guitar playing and soulful, authentic songwriting is attracting the attention of many rock and blues luminaries, including The Who who booked him to open their summer extravaganza at Wembley Stadium last summer and as their main support act on their Arena Tour of the UK this year.
Tickets are priced at £12.
The Grahams – performing on Saturday, March 28, with their band - are a New York-grown, Nashville-based couple who have been performing together since they were teenagers growing up in the New Jersey suburbs.
Alyssa and Doug burst onto the Americana scene in 2013 with their debut recording Riverman’s Daughter which featured songs written while travelling the Mississippi River and the Louisiana swamps in search of inspiration.
Alongside the new album, the band have a brand new documentary, outlining their trip across America on a motorcycle and it is planned to screen this prior to the band's performance.
Tickets are £15.
Brooks Williams – returning to Eastwell on Saturday, April 18 – is renowned as a fiery guitarist, a smooth-as-silk vocalist, and a stunning songwriter.
He is celebrating 30 years since his first album and will be performing with Aaron Catlow, a renowned fiddle-player, and Phil Richardson, a pianist who creates vibrant arrangements with an unassuming musicality and subtlety of taste. It promises to be a very special evening.
Tickets are £15.
Please note, the Elles Bailey concert on Saturday, March 7, is sold out.
Tickets and more information available at www.eastwell.org.uk/concerts or call John on 01949 869492/07890 118002 or email email@example.com