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CANCELLED: Rowan Godel & Gregg Cave
25 September 2021 at 7:30PM
Due to unforeseen circumstances it has been necessary to cancel this event. Refunds have been issued to all those who have purchased tickets. Hopefully we will be able to reschedule this event for a future date.
A versatile and dynamic singer and writer with an original style and a love of vocal harmony and musical arrangement, Rowan has worked with many different artists and genres of music and performance, ranging from folk to jazz to choral and even electronic dance music - writing and recording with music collective “Urban Myth Club” for their album “Helium”. It was in Brighton that she found the creative freedom to explore her own musical aspirations and make collaborative work with other musicians. She met and began working with folk rock legends, Oysterband – a relationship which was to develop long into the future and would see Rowan becoming a core member of John Jones’s band “The Reluctant Ramblers”. Among other notable credits at this time are her contributions on Levellers album, “Green Blade Rising” – including featured vocals on hit single “Wild As Angels”.
Singer songwriter Gregg Cave is best known for being lead singer of British folk rock super group TRADarrr and duo ‘Fleetwood and Cave’. Since forming folk-rock band CAVE when he was 18 years old, Gregg Cave, has been performing in concerts and at festivals in the UK and mainland Europe. In recent years Gregg has collaborated with musicians and storytellers and has been commissioned by the Arts Council and National Trust to produce two separate pieces of performance. Gregg’s songwriting and interpretation of English folk songs has a refreshingly honest feel about it, plus his live sound is something very special indeed.
- Individual Tickets: £12.50
- Box Office: Online sales only
- Doors open 7:00pm, for 7:30pm start
- Licensed bar
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