Sat 5th March – Dr Feelgood play Godalming Borough Hall (Tickets £23.50), followed on Sat 2nd April by The Counterfeit Stones – Tickets £25. All tickets available here.
We are postponing The Cinelli Brothers show until later in the year – back with a new date very soon!
Sat 29th January – The Cinelli Bros + Stevie Nimmo – Postponed
Sat 5th March – Dr Feelgood | Godalming Borough Hall
Sat 2nd April – The Counterfeit Stones | Godalming Borough Hall
Sat 7th May – Ma Bessie Blues Troupe | Godalming Borough Hall
will be rescheduled in 2022
will be rescheduled in 2022
We have rescheduled as many of our 2020 shows as possible in 2021 at Haslemere Hall or Godalming Wilfrid Noyce Centre, and we are promoting a new venue in 2022 – Godalming Borough Hall!
Sat 20 November Andy Fairweather-Low & the Low-Riders Haslemere Hall
Sat 11 December Ma Bessie’s Blues Troupe Godalming Wilfrid Noyce
In addition we continue to promote the Paul Jones and Friends charity show at G-Live (next show January 2022) – join our mailing list and you will have first chance to get these tickets!
Rescheduled date for Andy Fairweather-Low & the Lowriders
Andy F-L found fame in the 1960’s as founder of Amen Corner achieving four top-ten hits, including No.1 single ‘If paradise is half as nice’. During the ensuing 5 decades Andy became one of UK’s most respected musicians, working with many of the world’s top artists, from Jimi Hendrix to Elton John, Bob Dylan to Bonnie Raitt, The Who to BB King. In recent years he’s been a regular member of Eric Clapton’s band, Bill Wyman’s Rhythm Kings, and musical director of Roger Water’s band, as well as touring with his own excellent band, the Lowriders.
Saturday 20th November 2021 – 8.30pm (doors open at 8pm)
Tickets £25 (+booking fee) online Or Box Office 01428 642161
Nicknamed the ‘Empress of the Blues’, Bessie Smith was the most popular female blues singer of the 1920’s and 1930’s. She is often regarded as one of the greatest singers of her era, and was a major influence on other jazz singers.
Ma Bessie and her Blues Troupe perform a narrated show, featuring music from the era, and showcasing many of Bessie’s songs. The show chronicles her life, from a one-room shack in Blue Goose Hollow, to becoming the highest paid black entertainer of that time, to the tragic accident on Route 61 that ended her life, aged just 43 years.
This hugely entertaining show features the irrepressible Julia Titus as Ma Bessie. Her all-star Blues Troupe comprises internationally acclaimed drummer Sam Kelly, with Paul Jobson on piano (MD), Tony Quinta on acoustic guitar, Marianne Windham on upright bass, Clare Hirst on saxophone/clarinet and Kevin Davy on trumpet.
Saturday 11th December 2021 – 8pm (doors open at 7:15pm)
Wilfrid Noyce Centre
Tickets Seats £20.00 (+ £1.50 booking fee)