Loudhailer Acoustic November 2017

Thanks to everyone who came to the penultimate Loudhailer Acoustic of 2017. Fab night with loads of ace live music, a great audience and vibe. Always great to welcome new and familiar faces. It was especially good to welcome back Cowboy DC with his full country bluegrass band Work in Progress. Cowboy was one of the first people who came to play at Loudhailer Acoustic when we started out at the cafe back in 2011 and since then he’s put together a storming band playing originals and classics that gets feet stomping and people singing along. Here they are, Kelvin, Cowboy, Dexter on fiddle, Sophie and Lewis.

Loudhailer Acoustic Nov 2017 Work in Progress

Great to welcome Stuart Dainty for the first time with two lovely thoughtful original songs Calling an Angel and Lost and Found. Jeff Parsons was especially sartorially striking as he took to the stage to perform his slide guitar Loud Shirts with aplomb, balanced by his reflective seasonal song Man from Galilee. Poet Catherine Scott treated us to a wicket spoken word set closing with her Hull monologue in the style of the Lion and Albert, a story to heed next time you visit The Deep. Sam Hollis’s songs took us round the world, starting with a true adventure in Moscow followed by a story of Mount Everest. Lovely to welcome Lewis and Sophie to Loudhailer Acoustic with beautiful vocals and guitar songs. Spoken wordsmith Roy Kibbler opened his set with his wistful poem for leaving home followed by a fine four part set, Old, New, Borrowed and most gloriously Blue. Our Back Room host Paul Sutton closed the show in style, a fab night all round.  Thanks to everyone who came along.

You can see more in Rich’s gallery of photos, click on a picture and scroll through…

The last Loudhailer Acoustic of 2017 is on Thurs 7th December, already looks like it’s going to be a bumper night.

Also coming up Loudhailer Electric Company have some top trips in the pipeline, would be great to see you out and about.

Saturday December 2nd we’re delighted to be on the bill with Roland Gift at the Welly, the opening show of his tour. Roland played a stormer there last year with a fabulous band, full of charisma. They’re touring a mix of Fine Young Cannibals classics and songs from Roland’s new album. He’s also got a new film out today. Visit his new website here RolandLeeGift.com

We’re opening for the the sensational Nick Harper & The Wilderness Kids at The New Adelphi Club on Friday 8th December. Nick and the band have a new album out today, promises to be a terrific night.

Our last gig of the year is on a fab bill at Kardomah94’s New Years Eve Kardootenanny, we’ll be ready to party, it would be great if you would like to join us.

Loudhailer Acoustic info –  keep an eye on the website and Facebook page etc. for details. It’s always great to welcome new people – come along and listen to a fabulous range of acoustic music, quality songwriting and some familiar classics from a host of different performers. Thanks to Paul at The Back Room, a lovely venue with craft beers and plenty of parking nearby.

Loudhailer Acoustic at The Back Room 175a Hallgate, Cottingham HU16 4BB. 7.30 pm £2 entry.  If you would like to come and play a couple of songs please contact us to let us know – it’s always great to see new and familiar faces.

Click here for reviews and photos of past Loudhailer Acoustic nights and to find out more.

Click here for a map of how to get to The Back Room

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Look forward to seeing you!

Rich and Lou Duffy-Howard – Visit our Home Page

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