Presenting live acoustic music in Twickenham most Sundays, usually at Patchworks, The Cabbage Patch pub, at 8pm (doors open 7.45pm)
Coming up at TwickFolk:
Kelley McRae Duo are making a welcome return to TwickFolk following their visit last April. The duo have played shows coast to coast across the United States and Europe and are returning to promote their new album The Wayside.
Says singer/songwriter Kelley McRae, who performs as a duo with her husband Matt Casteilein: “The Wayside is the place at the side of the road where things get left behind, or where you go to rest awhile, or where you go find something you lost along the way.” McRae’s songs sip life from the tension between holding on and letting go, blooming in their rich search for truths.
The record was released in April of 2016 with a sold out release show at the famous Bluebird Cafe in Nashville, TN, and it has been quick to impress critics: “With hundreds of new releases each year, there are maybe ten or twenty magical moments. The Wayside is one of those moments.” – Mike Penard, Radio France, “McRae is the real deal, bringing some rare depth to the new school Americana genre.” – New York Music Daily
The Wayside debuted at #7 on the… Continue reading. →
Hunter Muskett formed in 1969 and flourished in the folk rock scene for a few years and a couple of albums. 30-something years after they split up, Terry Hiscock, Chris George, Doug Morter and Rog Trevitt reunited in 2010. This led to a new album and they’re once more on tour and as Terry says:”busy recording our fourth album (that’s one every ten years!)”
Chris, Terry and Doug formed Hunter Muskett in 1969 whilst still at college. The band was lucky in having access to the clubs and colleges of London, including The Marquee and The Troubadour where they were finally spotted. Within a year they were signed by Decca producer Kim Margolis and booked into the company’s West Hampstead studios alongside bassist Danny Thompson. Following the release of the first album in late 1970 bass-player Rog Trevitt completed the line-up. With their studies now finished the new four-piece finally went on the road full-time, evolving from a fully acoustic band to using electric guitars, drums and on their second album, synthesizers.
Hunter Muskett’s first record label folded; the second dropped its entire roster in favour of The Goodies! The band… Continue reading. →
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