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Saturday Live Music

Live Acoustic Music Night

Bine the Peg; King Biscuit Boys; Emily Porter; Steve Winch

3.8.2013
Bine the Peg

Bine the Peg

The King Biscuit Boys

The King Biscuit Boys

Steve Winch

Steve Winch

Emily Porter

Emily Porter

Bine the Peg
The King Biscuit Boys
Steve Winch
Emily Porter

Bine the Peg

Saturday 3 August / 7.30pm/ Free

 

Bine the Peg (aka Anna Skelton born 1991) is a singer-songwriter from Great Linford, Milton Keynes.  She takes inspiration from different artforms, including literature, film and painting. Her musical influences include Martha Wainwright, Corinne Bailey Rae and  Anthony and the Johnsons.  She has recorded two EPs since 2007 and in 2012 recorded a session with Redway TV.  In addition to playing regularly in Milton Keynes over the past few years she has played at May Balls in Cambridge, including St John's College (2011) and Gonville and Caius College (2012).   Listen to her on soundcloud.

 

The King  Biscuit Boys are Craig Stocker, a young virtuoso harmonica, washboard and tongue drum player and Jonathan Townsend, a guitarist who provides the base for Stocker's playing.  Formed in 2011 and based in Milton Keynes, they play a variety of blues styles and intsruments, including spoons, melodica, finger picking, slide and flatpick on resonator guitars.   www.somethinglikethis.org.uk

 

Emily Porter (born Milton Keynes 1995) is an amateur composer based in Milton Keynes, currently studying French, Music and English at sixth form college.  She aims to study music at university and hopes to have a career as a film composer. Listen to her music on soundcloud.

Steve Winch
 is a Milton Keynes based singer songwriter who plays around 100 gigs a year throughout the UK, Europe and the United States.  About to release his second solo album Somewhere South of Heaven, Winch is nspired by life and the world around him, writing 'with a heartfelt honesty that delves deep into every facet of the human condition whilst also looking further afield at social and political issues.' www.stevewinch.co.uk

August 2013

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