Michelle Holding & Bonz


Thursday 28th July 2016 8:30pm

Michelle Holding & Bonz


Tickets £7 from The Globe, by calling Jamie on 07512 214668, or online from www.wegottickets.com

Michelle Holding sings traditional and contemporary British and American songs,  playing guitar, banjo and concertina. Blessed with a striking and distinctive voice, she performs with passion and sensitivity. Confesses publicly to being a Morris dancer and also calls dances for ceilidhs.

Her accompanist Bonz, a talented multi-instrumentalist, plays dobro, banjo and harmonica, and provides harmony vocals when with Michelle. Has been performing in folk clubs, at festivals and concerts since before Michelle was born.

Website: www.michelleholding.com

Lazlo Baby


Saturday 17th September 2016 8:30pm

Lazlo Baby

Support: Bo Weavil

Tickets £8 from The Globe, by calling Jamie on 07512 214 668, or online at www.wegottickets.com

Stockport based Lazlo Baby are a high energy punky/folksy band with upbeat tunes from Eastern Europe, Balkan flavoured beats with Beardy Pirates, and Gypsy Folk! Lazlo Baby combine stomping melodies with their own anarchic angle to entertain and energise audiences.

Website: www.lazlobaby.com

Harpeth Rising


Saturday 8th October 2016 8pm

Harpeth Rising

Support:Lee Maddison

Tickets £12 available from The Globe, by calling Jamie on 07512 214 668, or online at wegottickets.com

HARPETH RISING chose to name themselves after a river because water is both dynamic and powerful.  These  words  also  describe  the  music  created  by  the  three  women  –  Jordana Greenberg  (violin,  vocals),  Rebecca  Reed-Lunn  (banjo,  vocals)  and  Maria  Di  Meglio  (cello, vocals).  Unapologetic  genre-benders,  they  fuse  Folk,  Newgrass,  Rock  and  Classical  into  a sound that is organically unique.

Hallmarks  of  their  music  include  expansive  three-part  harmonies,  consummate  musicianship and  a  deft,  yet  soulful  lyrical  perspective.  Harpeth  Rising’s  roots  run  deep  –  from  their  varied ancestry  across  Eastern  Europe  to  the  musical  hotbed  of  the  Mid-South  they  now  call  home, they  weave  together  ancient  and  modern  ideas, creating  a  sound  that  is  both  familiar  and impossible to categorize.