From: Petawebken_at_aol_dot_com

Sent: 01 February 2012 17:40

Subject: Jeff Davis at Musical Traditions Club 24 Feb

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Hi Beau,

Hope all is well with you. We won't be running the Keith Summers Festival  this year  but perhaps you could help us publicise

Jeff Davis .

 

Many thanks,

Peta

Peta Webb & Ken Hall

Petawebken_at_aol_dot_com

 

Jeff Davis

at Musical Traditions Club   

Friday 24th February 2012

               Jeff Davis, superb old-time fiddle player, is a master of clawhammer banjo, guitar & mandolin without ever striving for showy licks or empty virtuosity. His singing, based on long immersion in the styles of the old singers is truly timeless, conjuring vividly the world of the cowboy or the Civil War soldier.   "When Jeff Davis sings the repertoire of the Appalachian Mountains, he cuts through decades and across borders, sitting us right down in the dirt in front of a weather-beaten shack, at the feet of a hillbilly singer - he combines authenticity and art in a rare way." Chronicle Herald of Nova Scotia 

http://jeffdavisoldmusic.com/ 

http://www.brian-peters.co.uk/Jeffdavis.htm  

 

 

The King & Queen, 1 Foley Street, London W1W 6DL (junction of Foley Street and Cleveland Street) Nearest tube: Goodge Street / Warren Street/ Great Portland Street.  Parking OK after 6.30.  Club runs 8-11pm. Admission : 7,concs. 5  ( Members 6, concs 4) http://www.mustradclub.co.uk/