Town Hall Live, Kirton continues to bring the best in folk, roots and Americana music from all around the world. They have one concert in May and one early June.
On Friday 27th May The Hannah White Band headline, whilst Canadian duo Madison Violet headline on Friday 10th June.
Hannah White’s music is influenced by country, blues, folk and soul and has a fresh sound coupled with a social conscience that remains distinctly her own, with a voice that can switch from a sweet ballad to a heartfelt and reflective blues song to an upbeat rocky number. Hannah, from London, will play the concert with her band, which consists of Kieron Marshall on lead and slide guitars, Tom Daley on bass and Dan Wiebe on drums.
Madison Violet comprises Brenley McEachern and Lisa MacIsaac. The duo from Toronto, Canada have been captivating audiences and critics alike for two decades. From the beginning, the multi-instrumentalists have carried authenticity with them like a talisman, writing all their own music and believing that the best way to connect with their audiences is to treat them like old friends sharing a secret and a smile. Heart-aching harmonies and songs make Madison Violet a must-see act. Support will come from Nashville singer songwriter Jess Jocoy.
Tickets for both concerts can be purchased from the Londis Store in Kirton, from Brian on 01652 649230 or email@example.com or from www.wegottickets.com. They are priced at £14.00 for both concerts.
Attention then turns to the annual Garden Festival at Klassic Park, Kirton on Sunday 17th July. This will be a bring-your-own food, drink and chairs event for you to relax and enjoy six hours of music from the UK, Australia and America. Performing will be Lincolnshire band 3rd And Church, Australian duo The Weeping Willows, the Rutland Troubadour Paul McClure and Hannah Aldridge from Muscle Shoals, Alabama and Melbourne band Lachlan Bryan and the Wildes. It will be a great afternoon. Tickets are priced at £22.50 and can be purchased as detailed above.