Thursday, 17 March 2011

Last Ever Acoustic Bites at The Public

This Sunday, the 20th of March is the last Acoustic Bites at The Public in West Bromwich.

Acoustic Bites has been running for twelve months, hosted by Singer Louise Kilbride (who you may remember I have played guitar for at some gigs recently.)

I'll be performing a couple of sets as well as playing guitar for Louise and Jessica Dunn. The Public is a big arts complex in West Bromwich, and as well as the free entry gig the gallery will be open free of charge as well. It's a nice gig to come along to, hear some cool music and have a look round the new digital arts installations. There will also be a book, DVD and CD swap. All ages welcome.

Here are the details from The Public website.

ACOUSTIC BITES brings you some of the best live folk, acoustic, world music and spoken word from around the region.

Performed in The Public’s acoustically stunning theatre space.

In the theatre between 1pm and 4pm

Entry is FREE.

Babajack – fantastic folk blues duo brings you stirring and uplifting music and beautiful songs from their recently released second album.

Indigo - jazz standards and soul classics from this talented singer songwriter with a very special voice

Louise Kilbride – sings beautiful traditional songs from Ireland and Scotland. “Unalloyed acoustic loveliness” (Birmingham Post)

Spicy Fingers - words of wisdom accompanied by Spicy’s unique blend of rhythm, rhyme, love and laughter

Rob Lane – talented singer songwriter and inspirational guitarist plays folk and blues to warm your soul...

Jessica Dunn - young performer with a stunning vocal talent...

The Public
New Street West Bromwich
West Midlands
B70 7PG
0121 533 7161

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