Bristol’s own a cappella combo, Kettle Of Fish, are back! Following their spectacular performance last January, they’ve been busy working on brand new material. They will be joined on stage by all-new special guest star singers.
Kettle of Fish were born from David Yapp’s desire to arrange and sing the more unusual songs of the popular idiom. He enlisted his singing friends Adam Barber (co arranger), Neil Bett, John Drowley, Jorge Sved, and more recently, newest member, Tom Allen. Having added many new arrangements during their musical evolution, their repertoire now ranges from the well-known and well-loved to the comical and the undiscovered gems, the witty and the moving, the sublime and most definitely the ridiculous. Tom Waits, John Grant, Sister Sledge, Prince, They Might Be Giants, Dean Martin and other lesser known artists form the strangest line-up that would ever be seen at Glastonbury but will quite probably all make appearances at a Kettle Of Fish gig.
At times strangely beautiful, at other times beautifully strange and often just silly, this is a night of a cappella wonders.
Last years gig sold out so book early to avoid disappointment!
“One word - Brilliant !”
“A really great evening of beauty, comedy and originality all in good measure! Loved it”
Tickets available here www.wegottickets.com
Reg Meuross, Fatea Best Male Vocalist 2013, FolkWords Best Album 2014 www.regmeuross.com
If you haven’t already experienced the warmth, humour and depth of Reg’s performances then you are in for a treat. “Reg doesn’t write lines of lyrics. He writes short stories then sets them to some of the most captivating melodies you’ll ever hear…” (PennyBlack Music).
Reg is an extraordinary singer songwriter at the top of his game, accompanying himself on guitar and, as The Times says, bringing ‘Intelligent and thought-provoking songs, beautifully made and skilfully delivered’.