The New Grass Cutters

Sat 16th Mar 2019 7.30pm
Doors: 7.00pm
Start: 7.30pm
The New Grass Cutters

Featuring the same superb musicians who tour with Joe brown at his sell out shows:  Top producer Pete Brown (Joes son) on lead vocals, guitar, lap steel and mandolin; the legendary Phil Capaldi on lead vocals, drums and percussion; Richard Collins Nashville recording artist and Banjo/Mandolin virtuoso; Andy Crowdy highly rated bass player on the UK Jazz scene are sure to wow the audience with their stunning new arrangements of rock and pop classics, brilliant interpretations, and acclaimed vocal and instrumental performances  of their own style of music they call ‘NewGrass’.

All share a love of music and big fans already include guitar legend Albert Lee, Amen Corner’s Andy Fairweather-Low, Chas ‘n’ Dave plus Fairport Convention’s Dave Peg who invited the NewGrass Cutters to play at the internationally renowned Cropredy Festival. The NewGrass Cutters’ performance there was a sensation with 20,000 folk fans grinning and cheering as they danced to the band’s unique banjo, lap steel, mandolin, bass and percussion version of classics like ‘Too Much Too Young’, ‘Good Vibrations’, ‘Born to be Wild’, ‘Voodoo Child’ and ‘Listen to the Music’.

Andy Fairweather Low – “New…you bet! New life into great songs, with great playing and singing.  Fabulous choice of songs, its music doing only what music can…. what a great idea…what a great band.”

Albert Lee – “I have to say I am very impressed. I love this music. Great playing and interesting song choices.”

Dave Pegg – “Triffic playing and tasty arrangements with vocals and energy to match.



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Age Guidance:    PG

On sale date:  13 July 2018, 10am


Saturday 16th March
Doors: 7.00pmStart: 7.30pm
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