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22o5 Promotions

Bringing world class live Americana, Roots and Country music
to West Sussex, East Surrey, North Kent and beyond!

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Upcoming Shows

 

Blue County with Special Guests Lost Hollow

Friday, 22nd June 2018 

Show Starts at 7:45pm

Tickets £16


Hawth Theatre  (Studio)

Hawth Ave

Crawley

West Sussex

RH10 6YZ




Blue County"s Billboard Country hits include the iconic single 'Good Little Girls" and 'That's Cool". They received three CMA and ACM award nominations over a 5 year period for Duo of the Year (losing to Brooks & Dunn each time) and toured extensively with Rascal Flatts, Sugarland, Keith Urban and Tim McGraw. They were invited to be a two-time featured artist in the Chevrolet/Conde Naste Fashion Rocks campaign in People Magazine. Aaron Benward ('Nashville Unplugged') and Scott Reeves (currently on CMT's 'Nashville' and former star of 'General Hospital' and 'Young & The Restless') are looking forward to playing some UK acoustic dates in 2018!

Joining the guys will be special guests Lost Hollow.   Lost Hollow is dynamic band comprised of two singers, Tommy and Lorrie Harden. Tommy has been a Nashville ‘A’ team studio musician for years and has played on sessions for Taylor Swift, Alan Jackson, Craig Campbell, Kip Moore, Reba McEntire, David Allen Coe, Waylon Jennings, Lo Cash Cowboys, Tamia, Candi Staton, Big and Rich, John Anderson, George Jones, Jessica Simpson, and countless others.  He has played on number 1 songs including “I Drive Your Truck” (ACM and CMA song of the year), “Girl I Just Got Started Loving You’ (most played song of the year), ‘Lost In This Moment’ (Big and Rich’s only #1 hit), and many, many others.  


Tommy has played at the White House, on Good Morning America,  the Today Show, the View, The Ellen Show, Oprah, Regis and Kelly, the Tonight Show, the David Letterman show, and has also has a screen credited appearance in the movie Muscle Shoals.



 

Porchlight Smoker with Special Guests Jemima Price Band

Thursday, 12th July 2018 

Doors open at 7:30pm

Tickets £10


Upstairs At The Dorset Arms

58 High Street

East Grinstead

West Sussex

RH19 3DE


Porchlight Smoker with Special Guest Jemima Price Band

A heady mix of bluegrass, folk, country, celtic and roots.  Porchlight Smoker will be releasing album number 4 in June 2018.
Scott Smith from Wichita, Kansas: vocals, dobro, banjo, guitar,harmonica, clarinet
Fred Gregory from London: vocals, mandolin, guitar
Steve Bell from Dundee: vocals, banjo, guitar, jew's harp
Scott Warman from London: vocals, double-bass

"Musically dazzling, foot-stomping, whooping, mind-blowing wonderment is the best way to describe the triumphant return of Brighton's Porchlight Smoker. A heady mix of quality music and a feelgood factor of 10 out of 10" - Newbury Weekly News review of ACE Space Theatre

"Water Into Sand is an absolute gem" - Bob Harris, BBC Radio 2

"Really beautiful four-part harmonies. Lovely sound, really evocative, kind of puts me on the front porch back home in Tennessee. Can’t wait to hear more from them" - Baylen Leonard

"Their mash up of mainly American styles with a distinctly British undercurrent is very much their own. Multi-instrumentalists, soaring four-way harmonies, and a railroad-worn doghouse bass means that these boys are guaranteed to send you home with a smile on your face!" - Portsmouth News

"High-quality roots music that contains a blend of edgy country and British folk, played by a tremendously talented four piece band with excellent vocals and harmonies that few can match"  - American Roots UK

 

Doug Macleod

Wednesday, 18th July 2018 

Show Starts at 7:45pm

Tickets £15


Hawth Theatre  (Studio)

Hawth Ave

Crawley

West Sussex

RH10 6YZ



Doug Macleod's live performance preserves the traction of the blues as a story telling medium, expressed by his soulful voice and powerfully rhythmic acoustic guitar style.  He usually plays a National Delphi guitar (accompanied by his left foot), with stories or introductions between pieces.  The tales from his early performances when he felt that he did not have enough music to fill a show.  He became acquainted with the blues in St Louis in his teens and started his career playing country blues on acoustic guitar. Although predominantly associated with the acoustic guitar, his skills were developed as a blues bass player, and honed by his subsequent journeys into jazz and electric blues.

In association with the Crawley Blues Club
 

Disclaimer, all shows, dates, times, admission prices and booking fees are to the best of our knowledge correct at the time of publication.  We reserve the right to alter times / artistes participation and admission prices if necessitated.  Before travelling a significant distance to a show, we advise to check with us or the venue to confirm the show is still going ahead.

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