To hear a song from Even Stevens,press play below:
Past the Point of Rescue.MP3
Sue Stevens and Nick Evans sing as a duo called 'Even Stevens'. They appeared at our club as a 'Showcase Spot' in July and we are inviting them to return for a full Guest Night, 'by popular request'.
Guest Night in the downstairs Function Room
See a video of 'Other Roads' performing 'The Galway Farmer':
Artistes from left to right:
GREGOR BORLAND is an eight times Scottish Fiddle Champion! His pedigree as a professional fiddle player is undeniable, having toured all over the world with various high profile musicians and bands from a young age, but he’s also equally at home on abass guitar or mandolin.
PETE ABBOTT is a highly regarded and respected singer/songwriter & guitarist. Pete is the driving force behind the band and leads from the front, bringing to the performances his own relaxed and confident style. Whilst being a seasoned solo artiste, his sheer enjoyment of sharing the stage with two great musicians and friends is there for all to see, and that enjoyment is transmitted to the audience in abundance. The emphasis of Pete’s performances is always on ‘entertainment’, ensuring that the band not only deliver high class musicianship but also a ‘good time’ for their audience. His own seemingly effortless performance is captivating.
DAVE WALMISLEY is well known on the UK folk scene by his association with the band ‘Risky Business’, who appeared at The Bradford Arms in September 2017. A talented multi instrumentalist, singer and songwriter, he adds his own touch of class to Other Road’s arrangements and has a great ear for harmonies as well as taking the occasional lead vocal. Dave’s wonderful on-stage humour has made him a very popular member of the band since his introduction.
WITH SUPPORT FROM
The Ellen Venn Band
The Ellen Venn Band have supported our charity evenings and acted as support band for Na Leanai and Barlow Cree. They are always extremely popular and have agreed to return as support for 'Other Roads'.
Press play below to hear a song from Andy
Andy runs his own folk club in Stafford called 'Fun Folk' and that's exactly what you'll get with Andy: he sings and plays guitar but the emphasis is on FUN. So, if you could do with cheering up a bit then come along and join in with Andy and the FUN.