Folk club line up more top talent for summer

Winter Wilson
Winter Wilson

Banbury Folk Club have secured yet another top quality guest act for this coming Wednesday (July 22).

Talented Lincolnshire duo Winter Wilson will return to the town and give a special intimate performance at The Banbury Cross Inn for one night only.

The club - who meet once a week - are delighted to welcome the pair back to the area following their previous well received performances at both the club and the Banbury Folk Festival.

Contemporary acoustic songwriter Dave Wilson forms one half of the dynamic duo , contributing some challenging yet poetic lyrics, whilst the powerful words are delivered with emotion by Kip Winter.

Though Kip is most comfortable singing folk and blues songs, she has also been known to lend her vocals to a diverse range of musical genres, including opera, soul and jazz.

Winter Wilson have a long established reputation for producing exceptional songs, and stunning harmonies, with the occasional injection of spontaneous humour during live performances.

And now, with an extensive touring schedule booked in for 2015, their reputation will only continue to grow over time.

Support will be provided on the evening by young singer-songwriter Sian Magill, who is an up and coming talent on the live music scene.

Based in Oxford and Milton Keynes, Sian produces songs inspired by her folk roots, love of blues and jazz vocalists, as well as incorporating her passion for literature and the written word.

Her diverse taste in different types of music also creates a successful fusion of styles within her performances, captivating audiences with her unique sound.

The gig takes place on Wednesday, July 22 starting at 8pm.

Tickets for the event are limited so booking early is recommended to avoid missing out.

Admission on the door will be subject to availability. Call 01295 709881 and leave a message to reserve your place.

Tickets cost £7 each (£6 concessions) and more details about the event can be found at the club’s website: