June @ The Greystones
As per, there’s a whole loada live music goodness lined up for your pleasure at The Greystones this month. Here are some of our top picks…
Saturday 11th June // 8PM // £10
British singer-songwriter is bringing her third album To My Roots (released 21 July) to the stage. A multi-instrumentalist adept at guitar, piano, cello, banjo, ukelele and mandolin – Emma’s new collection of songs are a catchy mix of pop melodies and folk instrumentation.
Blackbeard’s Tea Party
Wednesday 14th June // 8PM // £12
Originating from York, this incredible Ceilidh six-piece have set the stage alight with their rocky rework of traditional songs and folk tunes. Fast-becoming one of the most in-demand bands on the folk circuit, don’t miss the chance to experience one of their energetic live shows.
Aynsley Lister (Solo)
Thursday 22nd June // 8PM // £13
The British Blues Award winner for ‘Guitarist of the Year’ brings new album Eyes Wide Open to the stage, showcasing a selection of new material in a complete masterclass for guitar lovers.
Wednesday 28th June // 8PM // £8
In her latest change of direction, Juno Award-winning singer/songwriter Amelia Curran is showcasing a new openness, is ambitiously trying to reduce stigma about mental illness in the arts. The new album is set to shake up what is usually expected whilst still providing her shoreline of previous well-crafted songs.
Friday 30th June // 8PM // £7
Sheffield born, country-tinged Julian Jones serves up a brilliant indie pop meets country mix of melodies. The artist’s musical prowess is well-documented: he has recorded three solo albums and opened up for artists such as Richard Hawley, Paul Carrack and Ray Davies – and the best place to catch him live will always be in his hometown.
For full monthly listings of what’s on at The Greystones head here.