THE HAWTH CrawleyFrom: The Hawth <thehawth_at_thehawth_dot_pmailuk_dot_com>Date: 4 March 2010 12:10:50 GMTSubject: Don't Miss Tommy Emmanuel at The Hawth
Following his sell out performance on his last visit to Crawley, two-time Grammy nominee Tommy will be displaying his flawless guitar skills and voluminous repertoire once again.
His style is akin to playing guitar the way a pianist plays piano, using all ten fingers. Tommy plays melody, rhythm, bass, drum parts and more - on one guitar - you'll be blown away by his performance!
Tommy's live shows are known for their humor, passion, and infectious
Don't miss this opportunity to see Tommy Live - book now!
Tickets: £17.50 (discounts: £16)
Keep up to date with all the great music The Hawth has to offer by visiting our website, where you can also book tickets. If you would like to book over the phone call the box office now:
Box Office: 01293 553636
P.S. Don't miss Blues Night with Johnny Dickinson and Paul Lamb in The Studio on Fri 26 March at 8.15pm. Johnny is one of the most potent slide players in the UK and Paul is the hottest harp on the block so don't miss out! Tickets: £13 (discounts: £11).
From: "john Byng" <jbyng_at_btinternet_dot_com>Date: 3 March 2010 22:00:43 GMTSubject: Horsham Folk Club
The Horsham Folk Club programme is atSunday 7 March Liz Simcock with Warwick Jones and Ian Newman A great songwriter and gorgeous singer with an endearing stage presence, Liz's strong, expressive voice does full justice to her high quality songs. Supported by the sensitive guitar of Warwick Jones and the melodic double bass of Ian Newman her music is fresh, original and very entertaining. Admission £5 (members £3), under 18s free.
Sunday 14 March Wendy Arrowsmith Wendy sings her own and traditional folk music accompanying herself on guitar, whistles, bodhran, mandolin and accordion. Wendy has sung many different styles of music, ranging from large scale classical choral works, operetta and musicals to backing vocalist for a prog rock band! But with folk music she has found songs that come from the heart and allow great emotional expression and social commentary.
Admission £5 (members £3), under 18s free
Sunday 28 March Debra Cowan From the minute she begins to sing, Debra Cowan grabs her audience and doesn’t let go. She is an exceptional interpreter of traditional and contemporary songs, singing both unaccompanied and with guitar. Her rich voice conjures images of stony grey Celtic castles, green and rolling English landscapes, and humorous American urban scenes. Just as the audience is left spellbound after Debra presents a woeful traditional ballad of love gone wrong, she immediately brings laughter with an outrageous comic song.Admission £5 (members £3)