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Noble Jacks
Thursday 18 April 2019, 07:00pm - 10:30pm
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Contact Penny Lee 07765946411

NOBLE JACKS are out to take no prisoners, with the fiddle leading the charge, they come on with their high-energy footstompin’ rhythms which have taken crowds by storm across the UK. We had them to support Mad Dog McCrae last year and they were so popular that many in the audience asked for them to come back, which worked well, as Noble Jacks also wanted to come back!

Noble Jacks have been touring relentlessly, stompin’ their way round the UK music scene with sold out headline shows promoting their debut album ‘What the Hammer’ as well as shows at major festivals including
Cambridge Folk Festival, and Beautiful Days.

‘Their music is just the kind of sonic elixir we need in these troubled times’ (Acoustic Magazine).
‘Wit with wisdom, you should investigate Noble Jacks (FRoots Magazine).
More info here: www.noblejacks.com

There are 2 support acts:

LETHBRIDGE OWEN: The formidable song writing and performing duo of Jimmy Owen (guitar-vocals) and Kelly Louise Lethbridge (vocals) unites Jimmy’s jaw-dropping instrumental virtuosity and harmonic flare with Kelly’s gorgeously soulful vocals, powerful stage presence and instinct for melodic line, The on-stage chemistry that results is truly captivating. Lethbridge Owen are fast becoming known as one of the UK’s most respected up-and-coming original folk-rock acts, with some of London’s top instrumentalists knocking down the door to join their ranks.

MOLLY-ANNE: Molly-Anne is a young and upcoming ‘Conscious Country’ musician, multi-instrumentalist and award-winning songwriter from local Gloucestershire, UK, bringing a quaint British charm to the Americana genre.
With a soulful, Country inspired-sound fused with elements of indie and folk, Molly accompanies herself on the harmonica, acoustic guitar and banjo. With over a decade of performance and writing experience under her belt, Molly draws her inspiration from artists such as Bob Dylan, Alison Krauss, Eva Cassidy, Xavier Rudd, Passenger, Laura Marling and Mumford & Sons.

Location The Bullingdon, 162, Cowley Road, OX4 IUE
Tickets available online for £12 + £1.20 booking fee.
Entry on the night will be £15. We charge half price entry for students and young people. The Bullingdon is licenced for all ages, children under 14 to be accompanied by an adult.

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