Newick Folk is a traditional music band bringing their brand of music to the Stand Up Inn on Sunday 10th September at 8.00pm.
Double Duos is a unique combination of four instrumentalists and a voice, mainly performing repertoire from the “Golden Age” of shows from the 1920s to the 1950s. Two clarinets/saxophones, a horn and a double bass recapture the glamour and excitement of the periods through special arrangements written to exploit the strengths
"The Rosellys are a band who make no apology for their love of Americana. Musically, they blend English accents with lyrical references to both the UK and US alongside stunning pedal steel and fiddle to create a sound that walks the fine line between Celtic folk and Americana" - Nashville
B.O.D. are a wannabe punk rock outfit of weekend musicians from Cuckfield who juggle charity gigs between full time jobs and family commitments. The initials B.O.D. stand for Band Of Dads.
For more information about B.O.D, check out their Facebook page: www.facebook.com/BOD-334261936952326/
Come and see B.O.D at 3.30pm on Sunday 10th September at the
Tania Rodd studied at the Mountview Conservatoire in London. She then went on to work in various shows, concerts and tours across the U.K. , Europe and the USA. Now living locally she has just released a single ‘You had me at Hello,’ which has been going from strength to strength
We are delighted to welcome the Tar Babies to LAF 2017. The band are regulars at Trading Boundaries and many other local venues. This very accomplished and popular band has a huge repertoire of 60’s and 70’s music which they deliver with great enthusiasm and energy. They will be performing
We are pleased to welcome back the Vinyl Capris at LAF 2017– the VC’s are a four-piece band influenced by Motown Soul, “most things mod and some good ol’ jingly indie!” The band’s sets are light-hearted and chatty and a balance of their own songs – often likened to include
A four piece band from Brighton playing all original material which they describe as 'rock-ish'! Musically the band come from many different genres and influences and play for the best of reasons - because they enjoy playing together and making people dance!
WUPS describe themselves as a friendly group of people who get together to strum their ukuleles, sing along to popular songs and generally have a fun time! They are performing at on stage at the URC in High Street at 1.30pm on Saturday 9th September. WUPS are delighted to welcome new