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Albert Jones returns to Bishop’s Castle with his band, one year after the release of his debut album ‘Come Alive’. The album has been supported by BBC Radio 2 ( Dermot O’Leary), BBC 6 Music (Tom Robinson) and received countless plays on local radio across the UK, no mean feat for a fully independent artist.
Recent support slots for superb acts like Seth Lakeman and Scott Matthews have further bolstered his live reputation.
While his origins lie in Folk and acoustic music, the sound has gradually evolved. Albert is a performer who most strongly refuses to be defined by genre, leaping from one spot to another stylistically, all the while following his increasingly prolific muse.
Joined by his band, Josh Davies, Tia Kalmaru and Alistair Wright.
Expect slick grooves and tight harmonies.
Supported by Local singer/songwriter Mollie Ann and Ren
REN: Conor Owen, born in East Ham, East London to a Mum from Dublin and a Dad from Liverpool.
Ren’s 2017 debut release ‘A Calling From The Shore’ reflects upon anadventurous and searching period of time living out of his van around the UK and Europe. With over 15,000 monthly listeners on Spotify and play on top regional and national radio stations including BBC Radio 6 Music, it’s clear to see that audiences have really connected with Ren’s yearning for exploration.
Ren’s follow up single ‘Blue Hounds’ is released March 22nd and is a bold reflection on life in Britain living in politicaly uncertain times. Mixed by Paul Gregory (Guitarist for Lanterns on the Lake) and mastered by Noel Summervile (The Police) and influenced by the likes of Dick Gaughin, John Martyn, James Taylor and Bob Dylan, ‘Blue Hounds‘ is a protest song in the classic mould.
Tickets £5 in advance or £7 on the door can be purchased at The Town hall or on line: