Town Hall Live
Town Hall Live’s concert, in Kirton in Lindsey, on Saturday 19th January featuring an evening with Wilson and Wakeman is near to selling out. Last year’s concert by the duo was voted ‘Best of the Year‘. It is bound to be an evening of great musicianship, great songs and a great atmosphere.
Adam Wakeman, on keyboards and piano, is the son of Rick and a member of Black Sabbath, Damian Wilson on vocals must surely be one of the country’s best singers, having sung the lead in Les Miserables.
Then, on Friday 1st February the venue welcomes back The Once from Newfoundland. It is five years since the trio last played in Kirton. Soon after they went on a world tour with Passenger and it is their first time back in the UK. The band comprises of Geraldine Hollett on vocals, Phil Churchill on guitar and violin and Andrew Dale on guitar, mandolin and keyboards. Their songs have an anthemic and ethereal feel to them. Live, the songs are sung in dazzling three-part harmonies, led by the stunning vocals of Hollett. They also have an uncanny knack of picking hit songs and putting their own stamp on them. The Once are one of Canada’s top bands and should not be missed. Support will come from Josh Burnell from York, whose band have released two critically acclaimed progressive folk albums in the last twelve months.
Advance tickets for both concerts are priced at £13.50 and can be obtained from The One Stop store in Kirton, from Brian on 01652 649230 or from www.wegottickets.com.