The Tavern’s Music Box
Thursday 14 November
Splat the Rat
Amazing folk music skilfully re-arranged with a modern twist. Traditional folk to please the crowd and them up dancing.
Saturday 16 November
“Alex Taylor is a genius with a loop pedal…
and his voice is stunning” – Metro
UK based singer/songwriter and multi-instrumental loop pedal artist. Already compared by reviewers to the likes of Bill Withers, John Martyn and Jeff Buckley, Alex Taylor is one of the shining lights of the acoustic scene and a troubadour of world-class standing. When you see him perform live, prepare yourself for an energetic and passionate vocal performance, dextrous and original acoustic playing and some dynamic loop pedal trickery for good measure.
Thursday 21 November
Marc james is an engaging and quality performer. Proficient in a variety of sounds and styles. A virtuoso guitar player with a rich, raspy, soulful voice.
Saturday 23 November
Ben Drummond is a highly acclaimed and award winning singer guitarist and multi instrumentalist, He has opened for some of the biggest bands and artist on the planet including Eric Clapton, The Red Hot Chilli Peppers and Andre Bocelli, as well as working as a session bassist and guitarist for artists as diverse as Young blues artist of the Year Laurence Jones, interscope records Carina Round, Radio 2 favourites Tess of the Circle and Adam Zindani (The stereophonics) and also Hosts and books for the renowned Live music venue The Jamhouse in Birmingham.
Thursday 28 November
The Jazz Apples
Recently dubbed “the most in demand Jazz act in the Midlands” The Jazz Apples play a selection of Jazz, Swing, and Disco, all with close-harmony arrangements and creative improvisations.
Saturday 30 November
Staff and Dickie Butcher Pick. Bringing the Blues alive Bootique has rocked the Tavern each time they play. Living and loving what they do and how well the do that too. Bootique play a brilliant mix of the coolest track from a song book which will get you involuntarily saying I love this song. You will love these guys. They literally have people dancing in the streets. (If you were lucky enough to see them last time the played you could look out the window and see the street outside full of people dancing.