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Invincible Pigs / Craig Weir / Dan Kemp on Saturday 9th February 2019
Last time we played at the Stag and Hounds, along with Days N Daze, my guitar was destroyed. To quote the nice luthier I enquired with in Tin Pan Alley: 'Nah mate, that's fuckin' firewood that is.' Good gig though.
Time however heals all wounds and it's time to move on! Right on, in fact, back to the Stag and Hounds for a night of folk music in fact.
Pigs pigs pigs who do gigs gigs gigs. Lively acoustic music. DIY ethic. Punk attitude. With powerful vocals, strong rhythms and catchy melodies, Invincible Pigs have been playing a lively mix of original songs, traditional tunes and jigs, and contemporary covers of songs you like in the South of England and beyond since 2015ish
Folk Punk troubadour Dan Kemp fiddles his way around England, Europe and the wider world as a solo artist and as part of Will Tun and the Wasters. Expect rebel folk songs from England, Europe and beyond.
Craig Weir & the Cabalistic Cavalry
Craig Weir is a folk troubadour from Dundee. He’s best known for his bagpiping performances across the globe which have included spots with Queen + Adam Lambert, The Libertines, The Kaiser Chiefs and Bay City Rollers. Also frontman of the Celtic rock band Gleadhraich, Craig is now turning his hand to being frontman of his latest project, Craig Weir & the Cabalistic Cavalry, an indie folk act who formed in early 2017 with the debut single ‘Highland Road’ having been released in March of 2016. The track features guest poetry contributions from many of the afore mentioned acts (Brian May, The Libertines, Kyle Falconer et al).
Music Genres: Folk, Punk
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