THE LOST NOTES
Follow the link below to hear a taste of their music
This event will take place in the downstairs function room, starting at 8.00pm (doors open 7.30pm).
Extract from www.thelostnotes.co.uk:
The Lost Notes are a band born and based in the creatively fertile blaglands of Moseley, Birmingham UK. They write songs about things that matter. Like the perils of one night stands and plastic surgery, the plight of bankers, greaseballs, snakes, Greco-Roman health and safety failings, mules, mermaids and the downright miserable.
The principal songwriters are Ben and Oli. But Oli likes folk and Ben likes jazz. Both are stubborn so each seeks to exert their own subtle influence on the music. It’s a nightmare, frankly. Ridiculous. The result is part folk with a drag of soul roots, a slug of gospel, or downright country with a thump of jazz around the edges.
The band are:
Ben Mills: vocals, guitar, harmonica;
Oli Jobes: lead guitar, vocals;
Lucy Mills: vocals and, on a good day, cowbell.
Silas Wood and Max Tomlinson ignore the prima donnas vying for attention out front and thump out driving rhythms on double bass and drums.
Follow the link below to see a video taste of Sunjay's performance.
Ticket only event will take place in the downstairs function room, starting at 8.00pm (doors open 7.30pm).
With a relaxed and confident manner, vocal style and mastery of his instrument, Sunjay walks onto a stage and addresses the audience as though he is sitting down to play music with a group of close friends. His style lies somewhere between folk and blues and both camps have recognised his obvious talent.
Drawing from a rich, musical and cultural background it is hardly surprising that Sunjay has quickly become recognised as one of the UK’s rising stars. His performances have been described as “mature & confident”, while his guitar playing has been hailed as “superb, brilliant, experienced, intricate & faultless”.