Greg Hancock, Alex Seel and Henry Parker Tickets | Black Dyke Mills Heritage Venue Queensbury, Bradford  | Sat 28th March 2020 Lineup

Greg Hancock, Alex Seel and Henry Parker tickets

Black Dyke Mills Heritage Venue in Queensbury, Bradford

Saturday 28th March 2020

7:00pm til 10:00pm (last entry 7:30pm)

No age restrictions

A Songwriters Circle with three of the best around

 

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Greg Hancock, Alex Seel and Henry Parker on Saturday 28th March 2020

As part of a UK-wide tour, top UK singer-songwriters and guitarists Greg Hancock and Alex Seel will join forces with the widely acclaimed West Yorkshire musician Henry Parker to present a SONGWRITERS CIRCLE concert in this popular venue. The three artists will take the stage together and then, in turn, perform selections of their compositions. This is a perfect format to compare and contrast styles and techniques, and there will be plenty of interaction - both musical and verbal between the performers!

Greg Hancock only began performing a few years ago after many years living overseas but has quickly built up a solid reputation as one of the UK’s most original songwriters and skillful guitarists. He makes observations on the human condition that can be serious, but are always imbued with a wry sense of humour and an unexpected turn of phrase. There are echoes of influences such as Nic Jones, John Martyn and Joni Mitchell in his work... but the overall sound is completely his own.


“A master guitarist, exquisite songwriter and beautiful arranger of music... one of the finest songwriters in the UK and should be heard by as many music lovers as possible!”
Blues and Roots

Alex Seel’s songs go right to the heart of the matter. Whether he’s exploring themes of love, life or modern society, he weaves his deceptively gentle lyrics around subtle and sophisticated melodies and song structures. More Americana and blues influenced than Greg, his virtuoso guitar playing ranges from the sweetly melodic to a crisp punchy rhythmic style that is entirely unique.

“His voice is a thing comprised of equal parts comfort and mystery, and it perfectly suits the songs, which are intimate but at the same time just a little bit untamed.”
folkradio

A devoted guitarist from the West Yorkshire town of Bingley, Henry Parker plays with an intricate finger-picking style that brings to mind the late 60’s folk, psych and progressive rock scenes, with influence drawn from the likes of Bert Jansch, Nick Drake, Pentangle and Fairport Convention. His songwriting lyrically entwines landscapes, people and politics with roots that run deep into the traditional folk songs of England.

“Channelling the ghosts of Jansch and Renbourn through his fingertips, the fluid playing and emotive singing of Yorkshire-born Henry Parker evokes the spirit of the early-60’s folk revival as if it were yesterday.”

Music Genres: 

Acoustic, Folk

Entry Prices

Entry price (public): 10 (Additional fees may apply)

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Black Dyke Mills Heritage Venue in Queensbury, Bradford

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Black Dyke Mills, Brighouse Road, Queensbury,
Queensbury, Bradford,
BD13 1QA

Tel: 07920122735

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