DOWNSTAIRS FUNCTION ROOM 8.00pm start
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Steve Tilston is one of our most celebrated songsmiths, widely recognised within the world of folk and contemporary music; the words, arrangements and subtle, quite superb guitar playing could be no one else.
Born in Liverpool and raised in the Midlands, Steve made his recording debut in 1971 with the classic An Acoustic Confusion and has been turning out quality albums ever since. Life by Misadventure, And So It Goes, Solo Rubato and Such and Such all featuring first-class song-writing, quintessentially English in style and typically Tilston, marking him out as one of this country’s finest writers. Whilst the instrumental Swans at Coole is testament to his guitar virtuosity. Though known as a songwriter, Steve has always had an ear for the tradition and included new interpretations of old favourites on his original recordings. Of Many Hands is his first “all-traditional” album; with unique arrangements of timeless classics. There’s also a “best of” anthology, The Greening Wind and a live album Live Hemistry recorded on tour with Fairport Convention. Back on song-writing form, he released Ziggurat in 2008 from which A Pretty Penny made it into Acoustic Magazine’s top 50 songs.
He is the writer of the classic songs The Slipjigs and Reels, Here’s to Tom Paine, The Naked Highwayman and the award-winning The Reckoning.
Fatea Awards Male Vocalist of the Year 2015, proof if needed, that after 45 years in the business Steve can still deliver the goods! His latest CD Truth to Tell is one of The Telegraph’s best folk albums of 2015 .
Full House members include Chris Lee, Mark Woolley, Fluff Smith, Nick Mitchell, (Dave Russell) & Ian Jones. Original founders Nick Mitchell, Dave Russell and Chris Lee celebrated 25 years of Full House in 2011. Over the period Full House has had many line-ups. They have evolved into a sensitive and original acoustic 5-piece line-up with a varied repertoire of traditional, contemporary and self-penned material. With latest recruits Mark Woolley and Ian Jones, Full House continues to play festivals and folk clubs and are resident band at the Raven Folk club in Chester.