terrace cred. presents:
Gordie Tentrees, from Hamilton, Ontario, picked up a guitar in the Yukon and hit the road with Fred Eaglesmith and became an international touring award nominated string bending song slinger, road poet, multi-instrumentalist and master story teller.
From Winnipeg, Manitoba, Jaxon Haldane, playing punk or dixie with the soul-stirring emotion of vintage country and blues, is the ideal companion.
From Glasgow’s Celtic Connections, to Canberra’s Australian National Folk Festival , this pair have made headlines together in the past three years, with endless touring and a plethora of instruments, including a saw. They particularly want to play Brighton again, so we obliged.
’Tentrees’ delivery is so relaxed and unpretentious it’s impossible to not get drawn into his world, sounding like a young John Prine.’
‘In the rough cut vein of Kelly Joe Phelps or Fred Eaglesmith, Tentrees is gifted.’
The Globe & Mail
£10 Early Bird
£13 General Admission