Sat 30 June: Hatful of Rain

‘Hauntingly beautiful…I love it’ Bob Harris, BBC Radio 2 / ‘..nigh on perfect..’ Spiral Earth

Venue: The Slaughtered Lamb

34-35 Great Sutton St, Clerkenwell,  EC1V 0DX Ph: 020 7253 1516

Nearest tube Farringdon, 6 minutes walk

£10.00 adv BUY NOW / £12.00 door

 

Hatful of Rain are a contemporary folk group mixing British and American styles. They combine powerful songwriting with musical flare, using a single microphone approach to create an intimate and engaging atmosphere to their live performances.

Hatful of Rain’s third album is due to be released on 1stJune 2018 with a nationwide tour to follow of which their appearance at The Slaughtered Lamb on 30th June will be their only London appearance.

“The combination of mandolin, banjo, bass and fiddle is nigh on perfect” – Spiral Earth.

“Songs that will make you dance and songs that will make you cry – get a chance to see them perform live” – FATEA

“Hauntingly beautiful…I love it” – Bob Harris, Radio 2.

“The most melodic roots music you are likely to hear anywhere” – AmericanRoots

“Let-yourself-go, full-throttle foot-tapping music” – The living tradition

“Styles change, combine and merge into one…. feels intimately old-fashioned” – Folk Radio UK

 

Hatful of Rain are: James Shenton – Fiddle, Piano, Whistle

Chloe Overton – Vocal, Guitar, Mandolin, Banjo

Phil Jones – Double Bass, Banjo, Vocal

Fred Gregory – Guitar, Mandolin, Vocal

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