Town Hall Live has one concert in March and one in early April.
The March concert is on Friday 17th when Irish band CUA headlines. What better way to celebrate St Patrick’s Day?
CUA are John Davidson, Sean Booth and Ross O’Meara, who bring together dynamic and contrasting instrumentation and vocal arrangements. They have an expansive soundtrack, blending guitars, fiddle, bouzouki, percussion and three-part harmonies to create a world music styling that the group calls Atlantean. They bring a beautiful sound that envelopes you in a wave of harmony, powerful voices and instruments.
On Friday 7th April, Mike and Ruthy (The Mammals) from New York are the headliners.
The Mammals’ 2020 album ‘Nonet’ was described as nothing short of sublime, bringing the defiant spirit to heal a damaged world. The band’s protagonists are Mike Merenda and Ruth Unger. When it comes to chemistry the husband-and-wife duo have plenty to spare. They have performed together for over 20 years.
Merenda’s poignant songs paint pictures of the world we want to live in. Ungar’s unique vocal style ranges from acapella balladry to earthy soul and country. She weaves a magical spell with her sonorous and emotional singing.
Support will come from Lincolnshire duo The Rye Sisters, who perform Americana and folk country songs in close harmony with guitar, mandolin and fiddle.
Tickets for both concerts are priced at £14.00. Tickets for all THL concerts can be purchased from Brian on 01652 649230 or firstname.lastname@example.org, from the Morrisons Daily store in Kirton or from www.wegottickets.com.
The date for this year’s THL Festival is Sunday 16th July at Klassic Park, Kirton – and it promises to be the best yet. Six hours of fabulous music from four acts, all playing headlining sets. From San Diego, California The Sara Petite Band, from London The Blue Highways, from Wales The Black Feathers and from Los Angeles, California The Sam Chase Trio, plus one other, still to be confirmed.
Bring your own chairs, food and drink and sit down to enjoy an afternoon of fine music. Tickets are priced at £25.00 and are on sale now.