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KATIE FITZGERALDS

KATIE FITZGERALDS

187 Enville Street Stourbridge DY83TB Tel: 01384 374410

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Songs of Anger and Redemption

 

On the last Friday of the month, artists from near & far will be gracing the stage of the cellar venue at Katie Fitzgerald's in Stourbridge to perform songs to make you sit up and listen. We'll have solo performers, duos and groups. Some performing acoustic some electric!  As part of our charity policy we support a designated homeless charity plus the local food bank so buy a ticket spend some money and bring some food.

 

8th    Nov     Sean Mcgowan

22nd Nov     Davey Malone

30th  Nov     Black water County

5th   Dec      Jake Martin

7th   Dec      Inca Babies plus Turninng Black Like Lizards

13th Dec      Drunken Dolly

2nd  Jan      Ken Bonsall and Dan Booth ( Ferocious Dog)

3rd   Jan      Ken Bonsall  and Dan Booth ( Ferocious Dog)

25th Jan      Scott Doonican

6th   Feb     Booth/Henshaw

8th   Feb     Headsticks

15th Feb     Brandy Sticks

29th Feb     Blast Bomb

6th   Mar     Blyth Power

15th Mar     Jess Silk all dayer

21st Mar     Folk the system

28th Mar     Ian Prowse

 

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SONGS OF ANGER AND REDEMPTION present

Saturday 30th November

Thursday 5th December

SONGS OF ANGER AND REDEMPTION present

Saturday 7th December

SONGS OF ANGER AND REDEMPTION present

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Blackwater County

Jake Martin

Inca Bables  plus Turning Black Like Lizards

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Davey Malone

Friday 22nd November

SONGS OF ANGER AND REDEMPTION present

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Sean McGowan

Friday 8th November

SONGS OF ANGER AND REDEMPTION present

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Satiurday 25th January

Thursday 2nd Jan - 3rd Jan

SONGS OF ANGER AND REDEMPTION present

SONGS OF ANGER AND REDEMPTION present

Scott Doonican

Ken Bonsall and Dan Booth

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Through a fusion of folk instruments, punk energy and catchy pop  melodies, Black Water County’s sing along choruses have rile up audiences all  over the UK and across Europe since their first headline tour in 2018.  The five piece, 20 something group of friends from Bournemouth came  together through their love of playing music live. They tell stories of  relationships, the people they meet on the road and their own angsty  experiences of growing up looking through the bottom of a pint glass.

 

‘High octane performance style and strong influences from  Flogging Molly, The Rumjacks, The Dreadnoughts, The Pogues and the  Levellers what is there to not like about Black Water County?’ – gigsandbands.com

‘Their name is steadily starting to spread across the  length and breadth of the UK and beyond. With a European Tour in the  pipeline and a host of summer festivals ahead, the future is looking  very bright for this talented young band.’ – Rock Regeneration

"A folk-punk phenomenon, a dark and dodgy dealer in high tragedy, comedy and sparkling morality. He'll have you laughing, weeping and thinking things you won't want to mention in polite company.

Jake Martin is an energetic and charismatic folk punk singer/songwriter from the UK. Jake intelligently blends the art of story telling; depicting tales of life, love, and the road, with dark wit, politics, and his own cheeky brand of cider fuelled humour. Add Jake's witty ability to captivate and animate any room of strangers, his memorable sing along anthems, and the occasional bit of furniture climbing, and the result is an electrifying “every show like it’s the last” performance.

 

 

Drunken Dolly

Friday 13th December

SONGS OF ANGER AND REDEMPTION present

Coming from the Dutch port town of Rotterdam and formed way way back in 2004 Drunken Dolly are one of the best bands around but you can be forgiven for perhaps not knowing them as in all that time they have only got round to two releases! Inspired by Irish and celtic music and their love of punk rock they briefly split up back in the day but missed the drunkenness and debauchery involved in being in a celtic-punk band so got back together in 2014 and decided to take things a wee bit more seriously.

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