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MARTIN CARTHY

DURHAM: Old Cinema Launderette

MON 11TH AUG, 2014 doors 7pm

£20.00 + £2.00 Booking fee = £22.00

 

14 and over
SOLD OUT

Video - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zKI6YO4auaE

`Arguably the greatest English folk song performer, writer, collector and editor of them all' Q Magazine


Tickets 20 in advance or 23 Door. Tickets also available at Old Cinema Launderette. Contact 0191 3841412 for further information.

Mix of seating (limited) and standing.

Doors 7pm. Support around 7.45pm. Headline around 8.30pm.

We now have an drinks licence. Real ales ,lagers, wines. ciders and spirits will be served along with OCC Coffee, Yorkshire Tea and Twinnings Fruit Teas... and of course soft drinks.

About Martin Carthy

For more than 40 years Martin Carthy has been one of folk music's greatest innovators, one of its best loved, most enthusiastic and, at times, most quietly controversial of figures. His skill, stage presence and natural charm have won him many admirers, not only from within the folk scene, but also far beyond it.

Trailblazing musical partnerships with, amongst others, Steeleye Span, Dave Swarbrick and his award-winning wife (Norma Waterson) and daughter Eliza Carthy have resulted in more than 40 albums, but Martin has only recorded 10 solo albums, of which the much anticipated Waiting for Angels (Topic TSCD527) was the latest. Whether in the folk clubs (which he continues to champion), on the concert stage or making TV appearances (he was the subject of the acclaimed `Originals' music documentary strand on BBC 2) - there are few roles that Martin Carthy hasn't played.

He's a ballad singer, a ground-breaking acoustic and electric-guitarist and an authoritative interpreter of newly composed material. He always prefers to follow an insatiable musical curiosity rather than cash in on his unrivalled position. Perhaps, most significant of all, are his settings of traditional songs with guitar, which have influenced a generation of artists, including Bob Dylan and Paul Simon, on both sides of the Atlantic.

£20.00 + £2.00 Booking fee = £22.00

 

14 and over
SOLD OUT