Postcode: B96 6HNView Map (High Street, B96 6HN)
Presented by Noble Jacks
Performance date and time
Saturday, 2nd February 2019
This rip-roaring alt-folk band brings a roof raising energy to its live shows, imbuing its heartfelt, anthemic songs with feelgood folky footstompin' rhythms and vivid lyricism. Exhilarating to hear. _________________________________________________________________
Will Page: vocals, fiddle
Matt Deveson: guitar
Ant Longhurst: bass
Declan Haughian: drums
This is the kind of brilliantly catchy alt-country music (with a folk-rock undertow) that begs to be experienced live. It bursts forward with a stream of restless and rallying energy; their big anthemic songs are affirming stuff, their melodies made to bang your foot on the ground to. And central to their sound is the soaring and infectious fiddle charge, faultless lead vocals, roaring and rocky guitar and blues wailing harmonica.
A hugely enjoyable and delightfully rough soundscape.
'Their music is just the kind of sonic elixir we need in these troubled times.' Acoustic Magazine
'Wit with wisdom, you should investigate Noble Jacks.' fRoots Magazine
Noble Jacks have been relentlessly touring through 2017, stompin' their way round the British folk scene with sold out headline shows and appearing at major festivals including Glastonbury, Cambridge Folk Festival and Costa Del Folk (Portugal).
'Crackerjack live shows... undeniably catchy.' fRoots Magazine
'Upbeat live set... combines [the] catchy hooks of folk bands such as the Levellers with the foot stomping and fiddle shuffling of artists such as Seth Lakeman, along with earthy, warm and ambient vibes of The Eagles/Mumford & Sons.' Brighton Argus
90 min + interval
Main Box Office Telephone Number
0333 666 3366
The Village Shop and The Rose & Crown, Feckenham. Online bookings: ticketsource.co.uk/feckenham or call 0333 666 3366
Doors Open 7pm - Licensed Bar
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