Jacob & Drinkwater/ Alice Phelps

The Winemakers Club, 41a Farringdon Street, EC4a 4aN.

Tickets £10.00 adv BUY NOW

Doors open 7.00 pm. Nearest tube Farringdon 3 mins walk/ Blackfriars 5 mins walk

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The Winemakers is a strikingly atmospheric 70 capacity theatre-style candle-lit stone arch in the tunnel vaults of Holborn Viaduct. It’s attached to the Winemakers Club, an independently run wine and craft beer bar. the bar is open to ticket holders only.
Blessed with a wonderfully emotive voice and a talent for songwriting that ranges from the intimate to the epic, Tobias Ben Jacob played in The Roots Union alongside Phillip Henry & Hannah Martin (winners of Best Duo at the BBC Folk Awards.) Some career highlights to date have included a session for BBC’s ‘Late Junction‘ on Radio 3, sharing the stage with Fleet Foxes J.Tillman, and appearances at Glastonbury, Green Man, Secret Garden Party, Larmer Tree and Electric Picnic.
Upright bass player Lukas Drinkwater is in heavy demand as a performer and session musician having performed and recorded with a catalogue of acclaimed artists. Rock’n’Reel magazine describe their sound together as ‘inventive and thrilling‘, R2 magazine have recently included them on their covermount cd, and the duo have been featured on Tom Robinson‘s 6Music show and Mark Radcliffe‘s BBC Radio 2 folk show.
‘Inventive and thrilling’ R2: Rock n Reel
‘Definitely one to watch out for’ Late Junction .BBC Radio 3
‘Stand out new folk… superb.. excellent’ Chris Hawkins, BBC Radio 6

Alice Phelps leads her band on harp and powerfully husky vocals, augmented by double bass, percussion, cello, violin and backing vocals. Influenced by folk from near and far, Celtic to Eastern, she experiments with delay, blues motifs, and intricate melodies and rhythms to create a melting pot of contemporary and traditional styles, treversing the territories between psychedelic folk and cosmic jazz. This is a truly unique band, not to be missed.

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