Archive for February, 2012

Tuesday 6th March 2012


Kevin Brown is a highly respected professional recording artist, songwriter and performer of over 30 years standing. Born in Lancashire, the son of a signwriter and schoolteacher Kevin has been inspired from an early age by the blues and its related genres. See Kevin’s biography for the full story…

He is heralded by both the public and other artists as a leading light in the world of slide guitar and roots music. His own slideguitarschool helped hundreds of students along the way You can now receive personal slide guitar and lap steel tuition from Kevin.  Feel free to have a browse through the pages of his famous Slide School.

With Ten solo albums to his credit and countless international live performances from the Main stage at Glastonbury to the many beer joints of Texas where he once lived, Kevin has managed to keep a fresh approach to his craft whilst paying his respect to the blues masters of the past.

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Tuesday 21st February 2011

APPALACHIA, Bluegrass, Blues, Americana, ragtime A perfect blend of acoustic instruments, voices and musical styles, Appalachia offer up their own inspired take on American roots music, combining blues, bluegrass, jazz and unique originals into a potent brew that will move you…and make you move! Featuring soulful four-part harmonies, dazzling instrumentals, and an eclectic repertoire, Appalachia perform frequently at festivals, folk clubs, arts centres and music venues, impressing audiences wherever they go. Weaving their spell on guitars, mandolin, banjo, slide guitar and upright bass, the boys in suits never fail to entertain. At the end of the evening they get the audience clapping, stomping, and singing along when they invite friends of the band and brave strangers soon to be friends onstage for a rousing singalong finish…smiles all around!

See their website for further details here

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All the acts for this year’s Acoustic Festival have now been announced.  Simply click on the festival page above to see them!

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