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'The Roaring Trowmen' are a Bristol-based group of four hearty men who sing sea shanties and songs of the salty deep, delivered with passion, energy and plenty of silly banter! At times you’ll be clapping and stomping with us, next you’ll be melted by the glorious harmonies, or groaning at our bad jokes.... Come and get nautical with the Trowmen!
Special guests for the night are 'The Magnificent AK47'. Lowering the tone with their deep, Georgian-inspired harmonies and serious silliness, those Magnificent Men of Ashton Keynes and their multi-hatted singing machine love taking to the stage to prove they can truly live up to the claim of perhaps being the best all bloke singing troupe ever to escape from the depths of North, North Wiltshire.
We hope that the nautical noodlings of the Roaring Trowmen will blend seamlessly with the deep, Georgian-inspired harmonies and serious silliness of The Magnificent AK47. If not, there will be some serious sonic strife! Both groups share an intense appreciation of all things blokey, generally lower frequencies and the
Lady Nade’s sound has been described as vintage acoustic soul and
folk. Her songs sketch moments of emotional transformation - love and
loss, arranged with care and filled with emotion, delivered with a
powerful authority that belies her young age.
Her influences include Nina Simone, Joan Armatrading and Amy Winehouse.
Lady Nade’s 2011 release of her EP ‘Wrap me up, pick me up, take me home’ was followed by festival performances at Glastonbury, The Secret Garden and BBC Radio 4’s More Than Words Festival.
Her March 2012 EP ‘All I Am’ was acclaimed by local press gaining airplay on both BBC Bristol’s Introducing Show and Jack FM. Venue Magazine awarded the EP 4/5 stars and hailed it ‘another promising milestone in the development of a considerable talent’.
In 2013 Lady Nade collaborated on releases by Ewan Hoozami (Pedigree Cuts- (EMI/Warner) and Joe Volk (Invada Records).
When not performing Lady Nade works on a variety of youth music projects across the southwest. In 2014 one such project supported The Kinshasa Sympathy Orchestra at The Colston Hall.
A night of swing dancing with live band, 'Ruby Two Shoes', Bristol based acoustic trio bringing audiences smooth jazz and swinging
tunes with splashes of blues and folk thrown in the mix.
A superb floor, fabulous venue, and great DJ's will make this a fabulous evening to remember.
All proceeds go to help migrants in Calais. Tickets avaibable here