John Kirkpatrick @The Goose Is Out! 21st
Subject: RE: John Kirkpatrick @The Goose Is Out! 21st|
Date: 18 Jan 11 - 06:28 AM
still tickets available for this gig , a top line up . :D
Subject: John Kirkpatrick @The Goose Is Out! 21st|
From: GUEST,Nygel Goose
Date: 16 Jan 11 - 10:49 AM
Friday 21 January 2011 - DHFC Edgar Kail Way, East Dulwich, London SE22 8BD.
Doors 7pm. Tickets available in advance from
or on the door (subject to availability) £12/£8.
We are really pleased that we were able to rearrange this gig, which had to be postponed from its original date back in May 2010 for reasons outside both John's and our control.
Brilliant performer on the squeeze box, great singer, and very entertaining.
His amazing skill with accordion, concertina and melodeon has taken him from folk dancing to experimental rock music - and a wide range of international recording collaborations.
John regularly toured and recorded with Richard Thompson, and played with both the Albion Band and Steeleye Span. He always maintained his love of acoustic music - that led to a long standing partnership with Martin Carthy which subsequently blossomed into the group Brass Monkey.
For more info about John, see
watch John here
and here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8zSa1eElxNE&feature=list_related&playnext=1&list=MLGxdCwVVULXei3aony_8k9Wr27k4V4Oxi
Support artists for this evening will be Matthew Ord and Luke Edney.
Matthew first came to the Goose to support Brass Monkey at DHFC. Straight after that gig we were already getting requests to have him back .... he headlined Upstairs at the Mag, and now he's back at DHFC.
Matthew's live performances draw together the delta blues, English ballads, jigs, reels, protest songs and nursery rhymes, all performed with warmth and conviction.
Matthew is getting a reputation for absolutely stunning and spellbinding performances
watch Matthew here
Oh and this is his blurb...."Guitarist, Singer and all round Musical Journeyman Luke Edney is the latest young gun in the world of blues influenced rock. He's defined by his emotive and soulful guitar chops, with a soul piercing voice and a maturity that's rare for someone of his age. Drawing from an eclectic range of influences that include Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton and Stevie Wonder he has crafted his own passion drenched musical style"
watch Luke here