Town Hall Live at Kirton in Lindsey Town Hall

by | 2 September 2022 | Gainsborough, Music

Town Hall Live has two concerts in September.
On Friday 9th September, The Brother Brothers from Illinois headline. The Brother Brothers are identical twins Adam and David Moss. Their natural harmonies and evocative lyricism reflect a timeless sound and the spirit of the 60s era folk scene. With finger-picked arpeggios, a splash of keyboard and close harmonies, they have been likened to Simon and Garfunkel and The Everly Brothers.
Their music has earned them an international audience with enthusiastic nods from such magazines as Billboard and Rolling Stone. The duo have played coveted performances at many of America’s leading music festivals. Their latest album ‘Cover to Cover’ was released in August.
Speaking of their live shows, Adam says: “I feel like there is a definite living room vibe at our concerts. Most of our experiences before performing together as a duo, was sitting with friends and creating a homey small room environment. We have continued that with The Brother Brothers.”
Support will come from acclaimed singer songwriter Hannah Read, who is a Scot but now lives in Brooklyn. Mojo Magazine described Hannah as ‘one of the finest singers of the day’, as can be heard from her acclaimed solo album ‘Way Out I’ll Wander’.
Tickets for this concert are priced at £15.00 and can be obtained from Brian on 01652 649230 or, from the Londis store in Kirton or from
On Friday 30th September, Town Hall Live favourite Danny Bradley headlines with special guests A Different Thread.
Over the last eight years Danny Bradley has appeared at Town Hall Live on numerous occasions, initially with his band The Crash Blossoms but mostly as a solo artist. On each occasion it was as support to various headliners, such as Birds of Chicago, Lynne Hanson and Good Lovelies.
Now he gets the opportunity to headline. Danny was born in America and grew up in Hull before moving to Liverpool five years ago. Last year he released his debut album ‘Small Talk Songs’ and won the Liverpool Acoustic Music Award.
His playing is a delight and he is adventurous with his lyrics. He also plays killer cover songs, which are totally unlike the originals. One could listen to his version of ‘I Don’t Like Mondays’ over and over again. ‘Small Talk Songs’ is an excellent album that holds the attention throughout, and shows a depth of musicianship promising much more for the future.
Joining Danny as special guests are A Different Thread, a collaboration between Robert Jackson from Lichfield and Alicia Best from Durham, North Carolina. Pulling from their respective roots, Robert and Alicia have developed a sound that embraces the many elements of English and American folk music. Their blend of intimate vocals and atmospheric instrumentation is reminiscent of Gillian Welsh and Dave Rawlings.
Tickets for this concert are priced at £12.50. They can be purchased from the outlets mentioned above.