Who’s personification York’s Little Festival of Live Music? Top 10 acts we should not miss
September 4, 2017 - Supermoon
YORK’S Little Festival of Live Music earnings alongside a York Food and Drink Festival this month with a stellar choice of York performers and musicians from opposite Yorkshire and beyond.
Running from Sep 22 to 24 and Sep 27 to 30 in a Music Marquee on Parliament Street, it will benefaction an heterogeneous operation of performers showcasing strange work opposite a extended low-pitched spectrum.
Curator Ellen Cole picks 10 acts we should not miss.
Joshua Burnell Band, Sep 22, 8pm
THIS prog-rock folk rope have jarred a universe of folk with their epic anticipation ballad and fiddle tunes, bolstered by a swirling exaggeration of Hammond Organ.
“They’re famous as one of a excellent folk bands in York and I’m assured their opening will set feet stomping and will captivate a audience,” says Ellen.
Grinny Grandad, Sep 23, 8pm
THIS large kick and despondency song common frequency play in their hometown of York. “We’re anxious they wanted to come on house with this year’s festival; they’re rarely regarded as one of a best song collectives in a country,” says Ellen.
“They’ll be personification alongside Supermoon, Laura Kindelan and Ramble Gamble and together they make a ideal song multiple in a day filled with astonishing low-pitched delights.”
Chris Helme, Sep 24, 5pm
“I’m over a moon he’s assimilated a line-up,” says Ellen. “Chris is a healthy talent and if we haven’t listened his solo element afterwards we will be in for a surprise.
“His work is ideally arranged, he has a good outspoken ability and a smashing theatre presence. Chris is an acoustic gem.”
Boss Caine, Sep 24, 8pm
Dan Lucas’s common will perform mesmerising folk and Americana songs as a Sunday headliners. “Boss Caine will be personification alongside Chris Helme, Gracie Falls and Smith’n’Wallace during a eventuality and it’s going to be an immersive evening,” says Ellen.
Slack Habits, Sep 27, 8pm
New hazed blues rope will play festival’s New Music Night. “I’ve been wakeful of Slack Habits given 2016 when they initial shaped and spent 6 months perfecting their particular sound,” says Ellen. “They’re they unique, fun, and they supplement in elements of theatricality to their performances.
“I’m unapproachable we’re hosting a New Music Night, charity new musicians a event to showcase their work in front of an elegant audience.”
Edwina Hayes, Sep 28, 5pm
“She writes pleasing songs, has a desirable theatre participation and has a voice of an angel,” says Ellen. “Edwina is a loyal healthy talent of peaceful folk-Americana and I’m celebrated she’s returning to a festival again.”
Heather Findlay, Sep 28, 5pm
Heather sang lead vocals with York classical stone rope Mostly Autumn for 13 years. “She’s given combined a hugely successful solo career, personification during some of a biggest festivals,” says Ellen.
“She and her rope interweave folk, stone and acoustic styles to emanate courteous and pleasing music, and a Thursday check with Heather, Edwina, The Bronze and Mulholland is going to be a loose dusk of good music.”
Andy Doonan, Sep 29, 7pm
After a mangle from a song scene, Doonan creates his quip behaving aged favourites and new material. “If we wish to hear it, make certain we make your approach to a festival,” says Ellen.
The Blueprints, Sep 29, 8pm
Another act returning after a hiatus. “We can’t wait to see them behind in action! They are a power-pop band, who know how to get audiences adult and dancing, and it’s expected they’ll be pity some new element with a festival audience,” says Ellen.
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Kymberley Kennedy, Sep 30, 7pm
Powerhouse choice RB artist returning to a festival by renouned demand. “Kymberley will be partial of a final night, filled with high appetite performances as a ideal finale,” says Ellen.
Entry to York’s Little Festival of Live Music is free; any day’s song choice will be from 5pm to 9pm. For full festival details, revisit yorkfoodfestival.com or facebook.com/YorksLittleFestivalOfLiveMusic or follow on twitter.com/live_music_fest