Award winning singer/songwriter and entertainer Tony Moore has had one of the most eclectic and diverse careers in music you could imagine. From being an early member of Iron Maiden, through playing keyboards with Cutting Crew (I Just Died In Your Arms Tonight) to helping in the early careers of artists like KT Tunstall, Ed Sheeran, James Morrison, James Bay and hundreds more, Tony has experienced, created and achieved an enormous amount in his life.
His acclaimed one man show takes audiences on a journey of music and passion featuring songs from his past as well as brand new material and is liberally peppered with anecdotes and stories from his life and observations in the world of entertainment.
Admission is £5.00 on the door. Hot food and drink available, bring along a bottle (or two) if you fancy something stronger. Wrap up warm!
Jester B are Jeremy Woodhead and Bryan Thomson. Together they have a passion for acoustic music and harmony singing.
Their blend of finely honed vocals and accurate renditions of classic songs, an inclusion of self penned and collaborative songs and their stage presence form the keystone to a splendid live show.
Jester B are influenced by many famous artistes, including: Simon and Garfunkel, Neil Young. The Everley Brothers, Crowded House and Bob Dylan. We are delighted to welcome Jester B to the mill for what promises to be a warm, engaging and entertaining evening from this highly accomplished and talented duo.
Tickets are £6 on the door.
Hot food and drinks will be on sale – bring along a bottle of you fancy something stronger. Wrap up warm!
Based in Newcastle Upon Tyne, JINSKI are song writer Stephen Wegrzynski and musician Dave Kennedy, a partnership forged from acoustic roots and the love of a strong melody. Their music touches the borders of folk, country, and pop, keeping alive the song writing tradition whilst remaining resolutely modern.
Playing ‘live’ with just two voices and two guitars JINSKI have been touring the UK, honing their craft, chalking up the miles and making new friends wherever they play. They have built a reputation for delivering music for the head and the heart that is full of passion, meaning and originality. Notable supports have been to Joe Jackson, Eliza Carthy , The Proclaimers, Lindisfarne and Raintown. In October 2016 they opened two shows for Kathryn Tickell at The Brewery Arts Centre in Kendall Cumbria and The Malting in Berwick, Northumberland. Recent TV appearances include BBC 1 The One Show.
“Folk for modern ears” MAVERICK magazine
Tickets are £8 in advance and £10 on the door. Hot food and drinks on sale. Wrap up warm!