Chicago’s Henhouse Prowlers have built a reputation for hard work and non-stop touring, playing music inspired by the roots of bluegrass while branching out into a sound uniquely their own. And they are returning to Kingskerswell Parish Church.
Andy Quick, the leader of Land Of The Giants has ‘gone electric’ with this new band and cranked things up with a fresh collection of super funky, feel-good tunes. And he’ll be bringing his latest tour to Kingskerswell Parish Church – among others venues – check out the tour dates on his site.
He’s accompanied by a pumping rhythm section featuring Jackal Hebb on drums and Josie Boucharde on bass guitar and a host of talented soloists who add multiple layers to the rich, heady concoction that is always simmering away, ready to boil at a moments notice.
Their debut album, which was recorded at the infamous South Devon-based Middle Farm Studio was released in November to great acclaim.
Andy Quick Band | March 21, 2017 | Kingskerswell Parish Church, Newton Abbot TQ12 5LD | Doors 7pm
Back in 2015, the PRSD got together with Andy, read the interview.
Winter Mountain, aka Cornish singer-songwriter Joe Francis, has announced his tour to support the new album I Swear I Flew, calling into Plymouth and Exeter (as well as further a field).
A Saturday to stuff your ears with some of the finest music in the South West is a spring treat that Kingskerswell Parish Church is happy to indulge – it’s the day after St Patrick’s Day, after all.
Stomping Irish Americana-bluegrass sextet Rackhouse Pilfer are on an extensive UK tour from March 11-April 2, opening with a show at this year’s Country to Country Festival at London’s 02 Arena. Performing songs from their acclaimed 2014 album Love and Havoc, they’ll also be previewing material from their eagerly anticipated third album, due for release in the summer. And they’ll be calling into Devon’s Witheridge Parish Hall, near. Tiverton on Saturday April 1.