Wednesday’s Wolves are purveyors of hauntingly beautiful folk-pop from just up the road. Be prepared to have your spine chilled by the stunning harmonies and melodies. Support from the long-awaited return of Luke De-Sciscio whose gymnastic vocal style and beautiful songwriting with chill your spine.#
The Sunday Social for October welcomes back firm favourites Canute’s Plastic Army. Canute’s Plastic Army features the soaring, passionate vocals of Anish Harrison and dynamic, intricate acoustic guitar of Neil Mercer combining into a powerful force of dark-folk nature. Their first EP, Building Walls, was released in summer 2017 on Secret Chord records and they […]
We finally get to welcome Paul Henshaw to The Thursday Night Music Club after last years Covid-Cancellation, and we couldn’t be more excited to bring a performer who strives to make interesting music with songs that are deep and drenched in honesty to youHenshaws songs are written from the heart with life experiences and stories […]
It is a more than welcome and very overdue return to The Thursday Night Music Club for Matt Owens! Matt is a British singer-songwriter, who co-founded Noah and the Whale and Little Mammoths. “Whiskey and Orchids”, his debut solo album was recently followed by the lockdown release of abum 2, “Scorched Earth”. Matts music is […]
This months Sunday Social session features the return of the fabulous canal dwelling folkies Fly Yeti Fly. Fly Yeti Fly are the Wiltshire-based acoustic duo Lorna Somerville and Darren Fisher. Blending sensitive vocal harmonies with intricate guitar arrangements, mandolin and harmonica, the duo weave songs and stories from their travels together, with a sound that […]
This session of the Thursday Night Music Club introduces Concrete Prairie to Swindon audiences, alongside local artist Jol Rose. Concrete Prairie are from Bath with a sound based on folk / country and Americana. They utilise guitar, banjo, bass, fiddle and harmonica to make a beautiful heartworn racket. Jol Rose is a Swindon-based singer-songwriter. Jol […]
The Sunday Social music session eases back into town with the folk acoustica of the brilliant Bob Heath. Bob Heath is a musician, music therapist, songwriter and singer, writing and performing for many years. Releasing a solo album ‘Skinny Ghosts’ in 2014, he formed the band ‘Souls & Shadows’ as a vehicle for performing his […]
In an ongoing bid to remain viable within the new covid regulations, The Tuppenny and SoP Live are proud to present “The Supper Club”, a night of tasty food and wonderful music.This weeks troubadours, ready to entertain as you dine, are The Lost Trades, a trio of Wiltshire based singer songwriters (Jamie R Hawkins, Phil […]
It’s Thursday 19th April and the sun is shining (not that that has any bearing on this) which means it is Live Music time again here at The Tuppenny. This week we are delighted to be able to present the folk-pop-tastic Phil Cooper and our very own team member Sarah C Ryan!
Live Music returns for the first time in 2018 tonight, Thursday 15th February in the fine form of Lewis Clark and local musician Nick Felix. Entry is free but artist tips are welcome. Music commences around 8.30pm.