By unprecedentedly loud popular demand, we have immediately re-booked this superb band so you can get down and get with it again with the Ultimate 70’s Show, a totally live seven-piece tribute to the rock and pop music of the 1970s.
So come and join the band as we take you on a rollercoaster back to the days where melodies and big hooks were king and we could all leave our inhibitions at the door.
Doors 7.00pm, on stage 8.00pm. Seating and dancefloor available, arrive early to be guaranteed a seat.
Tickets £15 at Masham Community Office, 01765-680200.
Howlin’ Mat has lived an almost nomadic lifestyle to become one of the hardest working solo blues acts around with gigs all over the UK and Europe. Howlin’ Mat started his blues journey some 15 years ago playing material by the likes of Robert Johnson, Mississippi Fred McDowell, Jimmy Reed, Muddy Waters, Elmore James, Earl Hooker, Robert Nighthawk, and Hound Dog Taylor. In this time, he gained quite a reputation as a blues guitarist and in particular, for his slide guitar skills. He is also a talented devotee of the Cigar Box Guitar.
Dave Speight has been singing and playing the blues for over 50 years, and was inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame in 2017. Influences range from Howling Wolf through to Elmore James and Big Bill Broonzy. ‘The fingers may have slowed …. but the voice still works.
Tickets (£12) are on sale now at the Village Hall Cafe or online at https://www.wegottickets.com/grewelthorpe.
Doors open 7pm, on stage 8pm. Grewelthorpe Village Hall is an all seated (at table) venue so if you wish to sit with friends please arrive early. There will be a bar selling a range of beers, lagers, wines and non-alcoholic drinks.