Sun 5 May: Dai & the Ramblers

“I love his voice; I love the whole band.” Paul Heaton (The Beatiful South) / “Absolutely gorgeous… They make a beautiful sound.” Janice Long (BBC Radio 2) / “Righteous and loose… contagious and worth spreading” Alan Cackett (Maverick)

 

The Green Note
106 Parkway, Camden Town, NW1 7AN
Ph 020 7485 9899
10.00 adv  BUY NOW  / 12.00 Door

Doors open 7.00 pm, music from 8.30 pm.
Nearest tube Camden, 2 mins walk

Please note. the venue consists of both seated and standing areas. To ensure a seat please arrive early. 

 

 

New Roots presents a Cajun, New Orleans, folk-soul-jazz gumbo! D&TR will play two 45 minute sets from 8.30 pm, with a thirty minute interval.

4-piece Dai & The Ramblers have recorded two critically acclaimed albums, Duw Duw and Bon Bon, crammed full of their rhythm & blues spiced brand of Cajun and New Orleans soaked soul, folk and jazz. The upright bass, guitar, piano and fiddle 4-piece have a serious pedigree- between them they’ve played with Paul McCartmey, Van Morrison, Jeff Beck, Richard Thompson, Bob Geldof, Loudon Wainwright and The Penguin Cafe Orchestra. Wonderful musicianship matched to superb songwriting from Dai Price makes for a set of songs that feel instantly familiar, like classics that have been around forever. Dai & The Rambers ooze class; brilliant musicians, brilliant songs, brilliantly played.

“I love his voice; I love the whole band.” Paul Heaton (The Beatiful South)

“Absolutely gorgeous… They make a beautiful sound.” Janice Long (BBC Radio 2)

“Righteous and loose… contagious and worth spreading” Alan Cackett (Maverick)

“A joyous romp… will raise your spirits and gladden your heart” Michael Farley (Americana UK)

 

 

 

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