Find out what's on at The Globe Inn - one of Glossop's biggest live music venues and finest pubs. Regular live music concerts in our upstairs room with world-class folk, blues, jazz & roots music bands and musicians.
Rosie Arnfield is a songstress from Glossop, Derbyshire. With her piano she composes moody, melodic & heartfelt songs in a cinematic style that will transport you into her atmospheric dream world. Her songs are inspired by the beautiful Peak District that she so often strolls in, the passing of the seasons, as well as her travels around the world. Her influences include Judee Sill, Joni Mitchell, Lana Del Ray, Karen Carpenter & Goldfrapp.
The fabulous Black Edds featuring Clive Gregson... Playing a select few local gigs while Clive Gregson is back in the area. Featuring Bonz Barnes: Vocals, Banjo, Dobro, Guitar Clive Gregson: Vocals, Guitar, Mandolin, Accordion Jim Schofield: Vocals, Guitar, Mandolin
Nominated Best Duo BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards. Two of the finest exponents of Traditional Song in the United Kingdom; it is difficult to accept that these relatively young men, have a combined 40+ years experience of performing at folk venues.
Raised in Norfolk and heavily influenced by such earlier Norfolk singers as Walter Pardon and Peter Bellamy, Damien is a stylish and distinctive singer, either unaccompanied or using guitar or concertina. Though he has lived for a long time in West Yorkshire he retains a strong East Anglian identity. Mike Wilson is the youngest member of the Wilson Family, the powerful Teesside singing siblings who have raised the rafters at many a festival or folk club event. His musical heritage is emphatically that of the North East – rural and industrial folk song both traditional and modern.
Damien and Mike have a rich shared repertoire of traditional songs plus the work of modern folk writers such as Bellamy, Ewan MacColl and Mike Waterson.
Take three girls. Name them Cathryn, Angela and Jennifer. Bring them up in a home where someone is always singing. Listen to them start to sing in harmony from a very young age. Realise that nature has blessed them with rather beautiful voices. Give them a guitar. Discover that they have a natural musical ability. Mix together; and you have a promising musical trio – “The Hayes Sisters”.
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.