FOLK ME: Me Lost Me / Jeremy Tuplin + support Tickets | The Blue Moon Cambridge  | Thu 15th November 2018 Lineup

FOLK ME: Me Lost Me / Jeremy Tuplin + support tickets

The Blue Moon in Cambridge

Thursday 15th November 2018

8:00pm til 11:00pm

Minimum Age: 18

Come join us for a folk odyssey, we've collected a beautiful range of acts from Cambridge, London and Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

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FOLK ME: Me Lost Me / Jeremy Tuplin + support on Thursday 15th November 2018

Come join us for a folk odyssey down at The Blue Moon. We've collected a beautiful range of acts from Cambridge, Grantchester, London and Newcastle-upon-Tyne. We've got loop pedals, sitars and space-folk alongside an extensive gin bar, twinkly lights and rugs to sit on.
TIP - Bring a cushion!!!
Tickets are £5, we accept card payments as well as cash on the door. Advance tickets can be bought through We Got Tickets.
20:00 - 20:30 Naomi Randall & Lea Nicholson
20:45 - 21:15 Sunday Driver
21:30 - 22:00 Jeremy Tuplin
22:15 - 23:00 Me Lost Me
Me Lost Me is the solo project of visual artist and musician, Jayne Dent. Hailing from Newcastle, she is touring the UK to celebrate the release of her album, Arcana. Dent infuses folk with electronic ambience and loops to constuct tracks. A successful stint on BBC Radio 3 this year has cemented her as one of the North-East's most exciting new artists.
Folk Radio UK - 'Jeremy Tuplin may be the missing link between Nick Drake and 'Space-Oddity'-era Bowie.'
Clash Music - 'A cosmic gem... cooking up something special.'
Tom Robinson, BBC Radio 6 - 'Unconventional, conversational and intimate.'
For circa the last 500 years, Sunday Driver have been hiding away making an album ... local rumours are that it is almost baked. Band members have been spotted foraging the meadows for berries and dancing for cash over on the Grand Arcade. On November the 15th, Sunday Driver will be performing an intimate set of songs about treachery, love and madness.
Cambridge based odd-folk duo Naomi Randall and Lea Nicholson have been working together since late 2016. Nicholson has a recording career spanning more than fifty years including time with Virgin, Transatlantic, and Topic Records. Together they make music which has roots in Traditional English Folk, West Coast Rock and Psychedelia, and the noughties Live-coding scene.
fRoots Review: “Randall possesses a truly classic English voice – comparable with the very best”

Music Genres: 

Acoustic, Alternative, Folk, Indie, World Music

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