Banbury Folk Club opens its doors after its summer break and is back with two great performers on Wednesday, September 4.
The club welcomes back Damian Clarke, who supported Cathryn Craig and Brian Willoughby at the club last autumn.
Before branching out on a solo career Damian also found fame with folk-rock band Pressgang and he has performed with them at the folk club in the past.
Damian’s solo concerts are played on the beautiful hammer dulcimer and hurdy-gurdy, along with unaccompanied songs that he encourages audiences to sing along to, all passionately delivered.
He sings songs that have a great story or a clear message.
For more information, visit www.damianclarke.co.uk
Supporting Damian will be Harry Pane who has played at the club’s open stage nights and who is building quite a reputation in the Banbury area since his appearances at Adderbury Party in the Park and Music at the Crossroads.
Harry performs a very wide range and varied style of music, including his own original material as well as creating his own take on songs from all genres. He does this using a voice that is incredibly soulful and emotive.
Harry is a gifted, experienced, and well-received live performer.
For more details on what Harry is getting up to, see www.harrypane.co.uk
Tickets (£7/£6 concessions) are available on the door.
The club meets every Wednesday in The Millers Bar at 8.30pm at The Mill Arts Centre.
For further information about the club, pick up a leaflet from The Mill foyer, look at the club at website www.banburyfolkclub.co.uk or phone 01295 709881.