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Westonbirt Charities Gypsy Ball

21st October at 7:00 pm22nd October at 12:00 am

Enjoy a free drink on arrival, delicious moroccan mezzes and tangines, magicians, entertainers and dancing to the fabulous gypsy punk band Ushti Baba at the Westonbirt Charities Gypsy Ball. Tickets £65 per person. Tickets also give you free entry to the Westonbirt Charities Fair. A not-for-profit event supporting Home-Start SD and the Great Western Air Ambulance. Visit: westonbirtfair.org

Elvis 56 and the “If I can Dream” Band

21st October at 8:00 pm

Elvis 56, European Elvis Championship Finalist, hugely successful solo artist, presents to you the most Rocking show you’ll see this year. Backed by the brilliant “If I Can Dream” Band, & The Blue Tones Backing Group Elvis 56 rocks his way through Elvis’ musical and movie career. Tickets: door price: £19, advance: £17 Visit: chapelarts.org

The Blueswater Band

25th October at 8:00 pm

100 years of blues, 90 minutes to play it. From early delta blues to modern artists such as Jack White and Seasick Steve, Blues! plays the songs and tells the stories of the artists that have defined today’s music. Featuring award-winning rhythm and blues band The Blueswater, the show was originally conceived for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and now tours across the UK. 2012 Spirit of the Edinburgh Fringe Award winner. Tickets: door price: £14, advance: £12 Visit: chapelarts.org

Baka Beyond

27th October at 8:00 pm

After seeing a documentary on Channel 4, Martin Cradick and his wife Su Hart packed a tent, tape recorder, camera, guitar and mandolin, and headed off into the forests of Cameroon. There they spent six weeks living, hunting, gathering and playing many hours of music together with the Baka Pygmies. From this experience came two delightful recordings, Heart of the Forest and Spirit of The Forest, which led to the birth of the band Baka Beyond. The rhythms of the…

Rodney Branigan

29th October at 8:00 pm

Texas-raised Londoner Rodney Branigan learned to play in Austin, perform in Los Angeles, craft songs in Nashville, and put it all together in London. Artists are often described as having “a unique talent”; few epitomise this more than multi instrumentalist Rodney Branigan. In fact, Texan-born Rodney’s talents as a musician are as plentiful as the many instruments he expertly plays side by side. He masterfully combines extraordinary multi instrumentalist skills with heartfelt lyrics and a rich soulful voice (often compared…

Jennifer Crook with Mike Cosgrave and Clare Lindley

2nd November at 8:00 pm

Singer songwriter, harp and guitar player, Jennifer Crook is a much-loved feature of Britain’s folk and acoustic scene. With collaborations that encompass Boo Hewerdine, Eddi Reader and Snow Patrol, she has released a string of intelligent, finely-crafted albums, attracting plaudits from Bob Harris, BBC Radio 2 and the folk press. Tickets: door price: £12, advance: £12 Visit: chapelarts.org  

Hello, I’m Johnny Cash

4th November at 8:00 pm

‘Hello, I’m Johnny Cash’ features the astonishing vocal talents of West End star Lars Young – renowned and critically acclaimed for his show-stopping performances as Roy Orbison and Gene Vincent in the productions ‘Rock n Roll Paradise’ and ‘Be Bop A Lula’. Lars is an American import that has made an exceptional impact on the British theatre stage and in this brand new show, he further illustrates his remarkable versatility by becoming his musical hero – the Man in Black…

Noble Jacks

10th November at 8:00 pm

Noble Jacks are a rip-roaring Alt-Folk band with roof raising energy, whose warm electro-acoustic interactions fuse together a mixture of folky footstompin’ rhythms and engaging lyricism. The band encompasses heartfelt, yet uptempo songs showcasing fiddle, blues harmonica and big anthem toplines. Noble Jacks have a relentless gigging schedule around the the British folk scene and recorded their debut album with Union Music Store at The Metway studio in Brighton. Tickets: door price: £12, advance: £10 Visit: chapelarts.org

Bath Symphony Orchestra’s 70th anniversary season: Mahler’s Symphony No. 2 ‘Resurrection’

11th November at 8:00 pm

Bath Symphony Orchestra is pleased to announce a very special and exciting concert to mark the beginning of its 70th anniversary season. The orchestra will be performing Mahler’s epic Symphony No. 2 ‘Resurrection’ and will be joined by the highly acclaimed Bristol Choral Society. Mahler’s second symphony is one of the most expansive symphonies ever written in terms of length, musical forces and harmonic boldness, which will make this concert a spectacular aural and visual experience for all. As the…

Martyn Joseph

12th November at 8:00 pm

Martyn Joseph is a performer like no other. He’s a jaw dropping guitar player who has developed a unique percussive style, teamed up with a powerful show stopping voice, and has been called “The Welsh Springsteen”, but there are also shades of John Mayer, Bruce Cockburn and Dave Matthews there may be – but he stands in his own right, built on a reputation for giving what thousands have described as the best live music experience of their lives. Tickets:…

Vicki Genfan & Sally Barker – Small Mountain Tour

16th November at 8:00 pm

Two very special artists bring their music and talents together for the ‘Small Mountain’ Tour. Meeting in 2001 and performing as founding members of the ‘Women on Stage’ tour throughout Germany, Austria and the UK (a 3 Act Tour featuring Vicki, Sally and Kerstin Blodig), Vicki and Sally have continued touring together in Germany and the UK since 2006. 11 years later, they have prepared a special collection of newly penned, original songs and put together a show that is…

Roving Crows

17th November at 8:00 pm

Roving Crows have just been announced as International Artist of the Year at the Australian Music Awards 2017 and have been asked to attend the awards next year as honoured guests. This on top of a plethora of fantastic reviews following the release of their album ‘Bury Me Naked’ last month. Roving Crows push the boundaries of the Celtic Folk genre and play with genuine passion, energy and soul – a must see live act. A vibrant mix of Celtic-inspired…

The Alter Eagles – Tribute to The Eagles

18th November at 8:00 pm

“One of the Eagles’ great strengths is that they make everything sound so simple, but when you come to pick it apart, you realise how much is going on and what great songs they really are,” says Sam Confrey, lead singer of the Alter Eagles. “And it’s always a thrill to play those classic songs in front of a live audience.” Since 2004, the six piece Alter Eagles have established themselves as the UK’s most faithful tribute to the one…

Adam Holmes and The Embers/Rachel Sermanni

23rd November at 8:00 pm

Two of the brightest stars on the UK music scene today, award winning singer/songwriters Adam Holmes and Rachel Sermanni bring their 2017 “double bill” tour to the Chapel Arts Centre. Adam and his band The Embers combine the textures of classic artists such as Paul Simon, Neil Young and Ryan Adams with a hint of Scotland to provide their own brand of soulful roots music. With their first two albums nominated for Scottish Album of the Year, the stage is…

Worry Dolls

24th November at 8:00 pm

Worry Dolls are a folk duo that have been making waves in the London Indie-Folk scene, and across the UK from Glastonbury Festival to Derry, collecting praise and accolades as they go. Many will have seen the Worry Dolls supporting Joan Armatrading on tour, or may have heard their songs played on Radio 2 and BBC6 Music. Their bond was created through their fiery locks, but developed through creating music which is characterised by sublime harmonies, and tongue-in-cheek, honest lyrics.…

Nearly Dan – The spirit & sound of Steely Dan

25th November at 8:00 pm

Nearly Dan featuring ‘Aja’ – 40 years on. Nearly Dan are counting down to the ecstasy of their sixth show in Bath! Less tribute and more homage, Nearly Dan is saviour to the growing legions of Dan fans, desperate to hear the meticulously crafted grooves and allusive lyrical style of Donald Fagen & Walter Becker. Fagen and Becker have created some of the most influential music of the pop era. Inspired arrangements and witty, often biting, lyrics combine to make…

Mawkin

26th November at 8:00 pm

One of brit-folks brightest new guns: a blistering 5-piece band fusing folk, blues and rock. On the cutting edge of the contemporary music scene with all the verve and mystique of ancient folk music traditions from across the globe. Rousing songs of rebellion are sung by brothers David Delarre (Eliza Carthy, Tred) and fiddler James Delarre (Saul Rose & James Delarre, Topette) all underpinned by the virtuosic bellowing of Nick Cooke’s melodeon (Kate Rusby, Jim Moray) and a solid rhythm…

A Handful of Singers concert

9th December at 6:30 pm

A concert of seasonal music for Christmas performed by Bath’s highly acclaimed chamber choir directed by its award-winning conductor, Christopher Finch. The concert which takes place in the delightful Holy Trinity Church in Newton St. Loe is supported by the Patrons of Bath Festivals. Mulled wine will be served before the concert from 5.45pm. Concert to begin at 6.30pm. Tickets: £15 via Bath Box Office. Tel: 01225 463362 or visit: bathboxoffice.org.uk to book.

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