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Acoustic music evening, Sat 23rd November: Milton Village Hall, Portsmouth - FREE ENTRY!



There’s a great line up of great acoustic music at Milton Village Hall on Saturday 23 November - and all for free, The line up is as follows…. 

Adam Franklin
A fine acoustic blues performer who has shared stages with many diverse international artists including Catfish Keith, Alvin Youngblood Hart, Steve James, Oli Brown, Eliza Carthy, Dick Gaughan, Del Rey, Kate Rusby, Seth Lakeman & Toby Walker. He played a set for the Play Up Pompey music festival in July and wowed the audience with his voice and his guitar work, not to mention the resophonic ukulele! Check out his website http://www.adamfranklinblues.com/ for a preview look and listen.
http://www.adamfranklinblues.com/ for a preview look and listen.
Chris Ricketts
Chris is both a local boy and a renowned international folk performer, having toured in Poland, Holland, Germany, Canada, Ireland and the UK this year alone. He also works on cruise liners as a resident shantyman. How cool is that? He's also a former semi-finalist in the BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Awards, 
Find out more at http://www.rickettsmusic.com/. 

Chris Ricketts
Chris is both a local boy and a renowned international folk performer, having toured in Poland, Holland, Germany, Canada, Ireland and the UK this year alone. He also works on cruise liners as a resident shantyman. How cool is that? He's also a former semi-finalist in the BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Awards, 
Find out more at http://www.rickettsmusic.com/. 

Red Sky Divers
This is the band that Denis Reeve-Baker, guitarist and songwriter of Reet Petite and Gone fame, has assembled with colleagues at the University. The quartet lines up with two guitars, clarinet and saxophone to perform mainly Denis’s songs. This will be one of their first outings together, so it’s an opportunity not to be missed.

The Wireless
Two guitars, a double bass and a slightly odd repertoire. Turn the dial to Hilversum, put the cat out and tune in. 
And, as always, there will also be the odd surprise guest or two doing a short spot. 
It’s an acoustic evening, with a listening audience in a hall with great acoustics, , so there’s no P/A.
There' s no admission charge, just a collection to pay for the cost of hiring the hall, and anything left over will be split between the billed acts shown above.
Doors open at 7.30pm, show time is at 8pm. And the evening will finish at 11pm.
The hall is not licensed for the sale of intoxicating liquor., so bring your own booze, soft drinks and nibbles. 
Milton Village Hall is on Milton Road, next to the Beddowes Library, opposite Posbrooke Road and about 80 metres south of the Milton Arms.

Red Sky Divers
This is the band that Denis Reeve-Baker, guitarist and songwriter of Reet Petite and Gone fame, has assembled with colleagues at the University. The quartet lines up with two guitars, clarinet and saxophone to perform mainly Denis’s songs. This will be one of their first outings together, so it’s an opportunity not to be missed.

The Wireless
Two guitars, a double bass and a slightly odd repertoire. Turn the dial to Hilversum, put the cat out and tune in. 
And, as always, there will also be the odd surprise guest or two doing a short spot. 
It’s an acoustic evening, with a listening audience in a hall with great acoustics, , so there’s no P/A.
There' s no admission charge, just a collection to pay for the cost of hiring the hall, and anything left over will be split between the billed acts shown above.
Doors open at 7.30pm, show time is at 8pm. And the evening will finish at 11pm.
The hall is not licensed for the sale of intoxicating liquor., so bring your own booze, soft drinks and nibbles. 
Milton Village Hall is on Milton Road, next to the Beddowes Library, opposite Posbrooke Road and about 80 metres south of the Milton Arms.