Folk in the Barn
Gig Diary

Blair Dunlop spt Tom & Dulcima of Coco & the Butterfields

Sunday 1st July 2018

The Kingston Barn, nr Canterbury. ** THIS DATE ORIGINALLY ADVERTISED AS THE EAST POINTERS WHO HAVE HAD TO POSTPONE THEIR VISIT

Heidi Talbot & John McCusker

Saturday 14th July 2018

St Gregory's Centre for Music, CCCU

Arcelia

Sunday 15th July 2018

Edge of Beyond, Barham

McGoldrick, McCusker, Doyle - Rearranged from March

Saturday 18th August 2018

Gulbenkian, Canterbury

Will Varley

Sunday 9th September 2018

Gulbenkian, Canterbury

GIG DIARY

Martyn Joseph supported by Luke Jackson A FEW RETURNS AVAILABLE TO RE-SELL

Sunday 18th December 2011

St Gregory's Centre for Music, Canterbury




Just when you think you’ve got a handle on singer songwriters, along comes Martyn Joseph to blow the myth away.....

An acoustic artist with an electrifying spontaneity, this colossally gifted and gracious Welshman has five Top 50 hits to his name (including Dolphins Make Me Cry and Please Sir) and has been in demand on both sides of the Atlantic for over two decades. Touring both solo and with the likes of Ani DiFranco, Art Garfunkel and Jools Holland he has won fans everywhere with his uncanny melting pot of material which ranges from rock to blues, jazz, Americana and even, “funk folk”!

A mean guitar player with a powerful voice, Bob Harris has praised the ”outstanding lyrical intelligence” of his songs while he was voted Best Male Artist in the BBC Welsh Music Awards.

Shades of Springsteen, John Mayer and Dave Matthews there may be - but Joseph is unique and no two shows are ever the same. There’s nothing predictable about his gigs – only that they can make you laugh, cry, get you thinking, leave you reeling.

He has an enviable high level connectivity with his audience whether it’s an arts centre in his native Wales or a 5,000 strong crowd at the Royal Albert Hall.

“Britain’s best kept secret…..a challenging songwriter and compelling and courageous live performer – MOJO

“Songs of social commentary as much as love, with a rootsy sensibility” – Time Out

“A depth, resonance and emotional punch which belies comparison” – Q

“One of the most charismatic and electrifying performers in Britain today” –Tom Robinson, BBC 6
www.martynjoseph.net

Martyn will be supported by our good friend Luke Jackson.  Luke is rapidly gaining a name for himself as a captivating, talented and vibrant live performer.  Still only 17, through singing his own songs he tells stories and paints pictures as well as demonstrating a growing confidence and skill as a guitar player. His soaring vocals and dynamic arrangements are gaining him fans everywhere he plays. Look out world here comes Luke!

Tickets £16 / £14 concessions in advance,   £1 extra on the door ,   Doors 7.15pm 8pm start  - Date Added 08/12/2011