Bigfoot Old Time Band  USA | Lewes Constitutional Club Lewes  | Thu 15th February 2018 Lineup

Bigfoot Old Time Band USA

Lewes Constitutional Club in Lewes

Thursday 15th February 2018

7:30pm til 10:45pm

No age restrictions

Award winning Bigfoot with their combination of fiddles, guitar, banjo, bass & harmonies is the best old-time string band from USA. Expect huge fun!

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Bigfoot Old Time Band USA on Thursday 15th February 2018

Bigfoot Old Time Band

Rhys Jones fiddle, vocals
Cleek Schrey, fiddles
John Herrmann, banjo
Susie Goehring guitar, vocals
Meredith McIntosh, bass, vocals

In 2010, Bigfoot burst upon the old-time music scene, which is to say, they formed as a band, won the traditional band contest at Clifftop, and caused people to look up and say, 'Wow, they're really good.' (Okay, so old-time musicians aren't all masters of rhetorical effusion.) Of course, individually, these musicians had already shown themselves for years to be talented, accomplished, and fun to accept a free beer from.
Their combination of two fiddles, guitar, banjo and bass is the best old-time string band sound, especially for dancing. The vocals are spot on, beautiful harmonies, . These folks give an equally wonderful and authentic old-time flavour to the songs they perform
We are immensely lucky to have Bigfoot do a show for's going to be one of those wonderful, memorable evenings, highly recommended.

Tickets in advance are £12, send a cheque made to The Cajunbarn, 12 Rusthall Park ,TN4 8NP . Include a stamped addressed envelop and they'll be with you by return of post.

By bank transfer..easy! give us a call on : 01892 533493.

Music Genres: 

Folk, World Music

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