It takes all folks... - The Evesham Observer

It takes all folks...

Evesham Editorial 14th Aug, 2018   0

A UNIQUE ‘Folk Treble’ event showcasing the talents of three Midlands-based acts – Kim Lowings, Town Musicians of Bremen and Mike Weaver – is set for Evesham.

The event will take place on Thursday in the beautiful Oat Street chapel, which is tucked away in the heart of Evesham. A similar event took place at the venue two years ago, which proved to be very popular. With The Greenwood, Kim Lowings has firmly rooted herself into the British folk scene. Her sound is described as ‘punchy and authentic’ and cleverly combines original songs with familiar traditional tales highlighting the continued relevance of tradition today. Kim will be solo at this event.

Town Musicians of Bremen are Andrew Lowings (Bouzouki, and Kim’s father) Leon Gormley (Guitar and Cittern) and Lewis Jones (Nyckelharpa and Melodeon). They play with soul, humour and dexterity, producing sounds which are equally traditional and contemporary, and immensely enjoyable.

Mike Weaver is a singer-songwriter originally Cheltenham but now living in Worcestershire, who is known for his self-penned songs which according to organisers ‘exude beautiful harmonies, clear story telling and a passion for people.’




Doors open 7.30pm, music starts 8pm and parking will be available on the Oat Street car park which is free after 6pm.

There is no bar at Oat Street chapel although audience members may bring their own alcoholic or soft drinks.


Tickets are £9 online in advance or £10 on the door.

Visit www.wegottickets.com/event/441268 for more.

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