The Hothampton Arms

 

Saturday 22nd September

Purple Shoes


Marie Dance and Michael Bickers aka The Purple Shoes are a quirky, upbeat acoustic band from West Sussex.

Expect a strong country/rock and Americana influence, beautiful close harmony vocals and rhythmic guitar work

Purple Shoes

 

Sunday 23rd September


The Charcoal Burners

The Charcoal Burners are a barnstorming modern folk fusion group playing an intoxicating blend of original songs with fast and furious mixture of new and traditional tunes. The Charcoal Burner's set is fast, foot tapping and infectiously catchy with songs. Steve Redshaw's banjo playing is flawless. Martin Ruinet, a multi-instrumentalist playing whistle, harmonica, mandolin & mandola provides the humour and Art Gelling on Bass and Cajon, beats rhythm that will have your legs twitching and itching to dance. Together, the band's voices soaring in four part harmony can make your spine tingle.

The Charcoal Burners


Bond of Union

Bond of Union is a folk trio based in Brighton, singing traditional and contemporary folk songs in unaccompanied three-part harmony.

The group was inspired by singing sessions and workshops with folk artists including The Unthanks, Jim Mageean and the Young’Uns. Repertoire includes songs learned from those artists, plus other great English vocal groups such as The Keelers, The Wilsons, Coope Boyes and Simpson and Swan Arcade, alongside some original arrangements.

Bond of Union

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