14 Mar 2010
The spotlight is on the authentic sound of Americana on Monday (15th March) at The Boat Inn on Main Street, Newbold-on-Avon, near Rugby.
The fabulous all-star line-up of Three Dollar Tag are this month’s special guests for resident ‘Anglo-Americana’ trio BorderLine Crossing (Chele Willow, Pete Willow and Dave Cook) in what promises to be another great evening of music.
Three Dollar Tag consists of four well-known Warwickshire musicians: singer and guitarist Howard Lincoln, acoustic and electric guitarist Pete Jackson, dobro and banjo-player Bob Powell and fiddle maestro Mick Shaler.
Together they present the sound of small town America having a good time. According to their blurb the band’s unusual name is Americana for ‘the real thing’ and they describe themselves as ‘just four guys having as much fun as you can have in public with the lights on!’
The music starts around 8.30pm and admission is free – but bring some change for the raffle and guest collection! Set your satnavs to CV21 1HN.
Special guest for next month’s session on Monday April 19th is the wonderful Napton-based singer-songwriter, Thom Kirkpatrick.
Further details from Pete Willow 01788 832608 or 07887 552896