The Tillers on Friday 15th November 2019
The Tillers don’t just sing and play their homegrown brand of joyful, driving old-timey music – they holler, stomp, swagger, and swing, fearlessly throwing themselves into the music and winding up in the hearts of their audiences. The trio hails from Cincinnati, just across the Ohio River from the hills of Kentucky and at the northwestern edge of Appalachian coal country, where much of the band’s traditional style comes from. But they’re not your typical folk revivalists – the self-described recovering punk rockers balance the drive and grit of their roots in Cincinnati’s hardcore scene with the country traditions of their old-time material.
Rail Spikes An acoustic roots group based along the Severn river delta of southwest England and weaned on Hank Williams, Bill Monroe and the high lonesome sounds of the Appalachian mountains. Featuring members of Baths' The Cheater Slicks, the Rimshots and Bill Fadden and The Rhythmbusters, this three piece string band perform a mixture of home grown originals and classic American folk songs with intensity and fury.
We apologise but sadly there is no wheelchair access to this venue. There are about twelve steps up to the main door. the owners of the venue are in the planning stage of installing a rampway for wheelchairs
Music Genres: Acoustic, Country/Americana, Folk
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