We are bringing some tremendous original acoustic acts to Winchester on the 2nd of April. So get ready for a fantastic night of local acoustic acts.
Charlie Smith: My name might be common but my style is alternative. I'm Charlie Smith a singer-songwriter from Hampshire, UK. My sound is chillingly sweet, raw, and emotive. In keeping my honest approach of recording with no unnecessary effects. Focusing on chords and melody above all else. I'm proud of my music not because it's perfect but because it tells a story.
D’ Kenison (Ged): A singer-songwriter for over forty years and a published author with a series of books ‘Neander and the Dark Matter. Over the years he has written music for his own and other bands, plus for two-stage shows performed in the Hoxton Theatre, London. With a blues/rock influence, D’ Kenison is a writing collaboration between Ged, Karl Ross and Ged’s baby brother James. And is a tilt of the soft cloth cap to the works of Charles Dickens. The songs, whilst light and groovy, are a comment on the injustice in the world today.
The Guillotine Union Boys: Bo Gallows and The Reverend Sam are teaming up for some foot-stomping folk. Not content with rocking out in The attic and the arthouse individually. They're here at the railway making their official full gig debut together.
Anna Muir: The south's coasts resident wannabe indie darling, Anna Muir crafts songs to drive and scream to, encapsulating the everyday chaos and mundane