An Acoustic Showcase featuring local Wellingborough and surroundings based acoustic artists/singer songwriters The Tallest Hogarth, Tim Jon Brophy, A Dangerous Liaison, and Paul Strummer (host), will take place from 3pm to 6:30pm, Saturday afternoon 14th May 2016, as part of what's going on live entertainment-wise at the Wellingborough International Waendel Walk Beer Festival, at All Saints Church Hall, Midland Road, Wellingborough NN8 1HF. Rest those weary legs, taste some locally brewed ales (ciders, soft drinks and wines too), including ales from Wellingborough's Hart Family Brewery, and listen to some locally brewed catchy original songs, as well as some well known Pop/Soul/Rock cover songs from past to present.
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Tim Jon Brophy - Only starting out in 2014, Tim Jon Brophy is a singer-songwriter from Higham Ferrers, still fuelled with memories of teenage angst and anger. Performing heartfelt songs from his youth and bearing his soul in public - still seeking his absolution. As well as his original songs, Tim has some interesting covers (from Otis Redding to Culture Club, from Crowded House to Sheryl Crow).
The Tallest Hogarth - Acoustic rock, grunge, folk and original songs. If a young Elvis wrote and performed his own songs then this would be a good starting point to describe Irthlingborough-based singer-songwriter The Tallest Hogarth, delivering a powerful mix of covers (from The Doors to Gloria Gaynor, from The Clash to The Levellers) and his own songs too.
A Dangerous Liaison - this Wellingborough trio play acoustic covers of punk /new wave classics, with the odd choon from other genres/eras. "It's all about the vibe and having fun." Their covers include Stranglers No More Heroes and Eddie and the Hot Rods Do Anything You Wanna Do.
Paul Strummer - Live-looped electro-acoustic dance-punk rock n r&b/soul singer-songwriter from Wellingborough, with two albums of original songs on iTunes, now performed with a live looping setup, live looping drum, bass and guitar for more of a band sound from one person. Paul's sets include his own songs as well as unexpected covers (from Pink Floyd to Pharrell Williams, from Earth Wind & Fire to Emeli Sande).
To mix things up further, these acts will be getting together throughout the day to perform some one-off jams in either duo or trio form, to make Saturday an afternoon of solo acts, duo acts, and even "Three Amigos" acts! Or more!
Photos from earlier All Saints Church Hall Beer Festival events, there is also a garden to the rear.
The Waendel beer festival is from Thursday to Saturday. On Saturday the beer festival is open 12 noon to midnight. Entrance is £5 per day which includes first pint free plus souvenir beer glass and full colour programme. 2/3 day ticket £8.00 includes 2 free pints.
Map, directions, to Waendel beer festival... from The Castle Theatre (the starting and ending point for the Waendel walk) main entrance turn right and walk up Castle Way to Midland Road, turn right on Midland Road, and All Saints church is just passed the Police station on the right. The Church hall is to the rear of the Church.
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