Date: Jun 17 | Time: 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm | Price: £16.50
One of Blues Bar’s favorite acts is back supporting The Chilterns MS Centre.
“I’m ready to make a bigger noise……Muddy Waters invented electricity right?”
British guitarist and songwriter Martin Harley is making a change. Having created a deep impression on the acoustic blues roots and Americana scene with his last two Nashville recorded albums, his highly anticipated new record finds a new and exciting sound. An Intimate and gritty analogue album, recorded in a remote chapel deep in the wilds of Pembrokeshire. Taking county blues riffs to the electric bottleneck slide guitar, served with sweet vocal harmonies over the driving rhythms of co producer and drummer Harry Harding (Yola Carter/William the Conquerer) Award winning Australian bassist Rex Horan finalises the line up. He has recorded and performed with Eric Clapton, Van Morrison and Laura Marling.
BluesTring 2021 – Day 2
If success can be measured by growing global demand to attend Martins dynamic life performances then perhaps his touring schedule is proof of that. (He recently played to full house at the Union Chapel in Islington and has appeared at Edmonton, Vancouver, Canmore and Calgary folk festivals in Canada, Glastonbury, Bestival, Beautiful days in the UK, numerous European and US tours and events including the AMAs, The Bluebird in Nashville and Tønder in Denmark) In 2018 Total guitar ranked him #16 in the worlds greatest acoustic guitarist poll and he was nominated as Instrumentalist of the year at the Americana music awards.
Supporting The Chilterns MS Centre
At the Chilterns MS Centre, we believe that people living with multiple sclerosis (MS) deserve to lead healthier and happier lives. Our mission is to help them achieve this by empowering them to manage their symptoms through long-term physical, practical and emotional support. We also want to be an embracing community of support to everyone affected by MS, and so offer our services to both those with MS and their families and carers, for as long as they need. Our support has never been more needed during this pandemic.
The David Evans Court Theatre
Tring, Herfordshire, HP23 5QY