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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

 

Americana Live!

Sunday, 29th April 2018 

Show starts at 1:00pm

FREE


Hawth Theatre 

Hawth Ave

Crawley

West Sussex

RH10 6YZ


We have a number of UK and US Americana artists playing across two stages in the foyer, those appearing are The Southern Companion, Barbara NesbittBen Smith & Jimmy Brewer, Ags Connolly, My Girl The River, SOCIETY, The Savannahs, and The Rosellys.

It will be a family friendly day and admission is FREE. So come along to see and hear this musical extravaganza that is Americana Live.  The show starts at 1pm and will end around 7pm.

Food and refreshments are available too.

 

Whitney Rose and her band

Monday, 30th April 2018 

Show Starts at 7:45pm

Tickets £18


Hawth Theatre  (Studio)

Hawth Ave

Crawley

West Sussex

RH10 6YZ



There are many useful rules to live by, but for Whitney Rose, there’s one that stands alone as a guiding principle for life as she knows it: Rule 62. The origin of the rule is best summed up by the poignant, pronoun-adjusted excerpt from Alcoholics Anonymous’ Tradition Four cited above, a treatise on how to find harmony between ambition and self-awareness, and how to learn one’s lessons with humor and humility.  This truism, officially worded as “Don’t Take Yourself Too Damn Seriously,” is the origin of both the title and ethos of Whitney Rose’s album, Rule 62.


Rewind to January 2017.  Rose was primed to release South Texas Suite, a countrypolitan valentine to Austin, Texas. (Rolling Stone noted that it “bristles with local flavor.”) Days before the EP hit the streets and Rose kicked off a four-month worldwide tour, the burgeoning songwriting force (and “country hair” disciple) packed her boots for Nashville, where she entered BlackBird Studio A to reconvene with the Mavericks’ Raul Malo.  In one short week, Rose, Malo and co-producer Niko Bolas channeled the tumult, turbulence and tension outside of the studio into Rose’s sophomore worldwide release, which includes nine self-penned songs.  Playful yet uncompromising, Whitney Rose reminds us of popular music’s rich history of strong female voices and perspectives, and on Rule 62, she channels her inner Nancy Sinatra, Bobbie Gentry and Françoise Hardy. Rule 62 finds Rose “breaking up with patriarchy,” a breakup evidenced by new songs that show verve, swagger and self-assurance in Rose’s instinctive sense of tone, broadened scope and attention to detail.


 

Carter Sampson

Tuesday, 15th May 2018 

Show Starts at 7:45pm

Tickets £16


Hawth Theatre  (Studio)

Hawth Ave

Crawley

West Sussex

RH10 6YZ



Carter Sampson is an Okie-born singer/songwriter with a big voice. The Oklahoma City-based artist is blessed by a musical family legacy that includes talents like Roy Orbison.

Her creativity has matured into a dedicated and passionate performer that makes her a favourite female vocalist.

Carter’s empowering music appeals to a wide range of folk, who are incredibly and admirably loyal to her and her work. She’s the founder and director of Oklahoma City’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Camp for Girls, which always partners with nonprofit organisations that empower girls and women through music education.

The inspiring artist averages about 220 shows annually – in areas like Oklahoma and Arkansas, as well as Colorado, New Mexico and Texas. She completed a successful tour of Europe in 2016, which included an appearance at the Maverick Festival.  But as the self-penned ‘Queen of Oklahoma,’ Sampson’s red boots are happy when they’re on her home turf.

Her fourth full-length studio album, ‘Wilder Side’, was released in 2016, is a soulful and soft country masterpiece.  Focusing on themes of heartbreak and the open road, Wilder Side is the kind of pure country record that has far more in common with classic releases from the likes of Patsy Cline and Emmylou Harris than it does with anything one will find on country radio.  Fellow Oklahoma artists Ali Harter and John Moreland made appearances on the record lending their distinctive voices, perfectly complementing Sampson's beautifully sorrowful vocals. And that more than anything is what drives this record, Sampson's breathtaking voice.  Like ‘Good for the Meantime’ it features the heady handy work of producer/multi-instrumentalist Travis Linville, who, like Sampson, has a unique sound all his own.

 

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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