October 29, 2022
St Lukes Church – Southsea
St Lukes Church, Greetham Street, Southsea, Portsmouth, Hampshire, PO54LH
“A feast of classic folk-rock - electrifyingly good live!”
Show Date: Saturday 29th October 2022
Doors Open 7.00pm.
Tickets £17 each (£20 on the door if not sold out).
Tickets available securely online at: www.wegottickets.com/event/540661
Alternatively, physical tickets can be purchased in store at Pie & Vinyl in Castle Road, Southsea, Southsea Gallery in Albert Road, Southsea or Harbour Records in Emsworth. You can also send a cheque for the required amount of tickets (made payable to Ken Brown), along with a SAE, to our address. If in doubt then please phone the box office on 02392 382888.
Make a list of all the bands that the members of TRADarrr have been or are still involved with, and it reads like an encyclopaedia of the English folk scene!
Ashley Hutchings’ Morris On, Fotheringay, Little Johnny England, The Dylan Project, Feast Of Fiddles, Tickled Pink, Cave, ColvinQuarmby, Peter Knight’s Gigspanner, Iota, Phil Beer Band, Steve Gibbons Band….and the list goes on…!!
You get the idea - a full 7 piece folk rock tour-de-force with an impeccable pedigree!
And here at Square Roots Promotions, we’re absolutely delighted to welcome this awesome band for the very first show at our newest venue, the beautiful St Lukes Church in Greetham Street, Southsea.
Note that there is parking on site (free after 6pm) and even if that car park is full, the on road parking down Greetham Street is also free after 6pm!
“Revitalising the native folk tradition - they add a hefty dose of Anglo American and British Folk Rock elements too!” (The Living Tradition)
(The Living Tradition)
It’s 45 years since Liege & Lief almost single-handedly created the genre folk-rock. Since then, that simple marriage of traditional music and electric instruments had been suborned and sidetracked, dissected and documented, Oystered, Albioned and Steeleyed.
Time for a fresh approach. Enter TRADarrr.
“TRADarrr - a 21st Century take on Folk Rock!”
This is going to sound mighty BIG in the church!