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Sat 03 May
8:00 pm - 11:30 pm

The Brewhouse Arts Centre



Presented by Madhouse Music

seantaylorSean Taylor, is without a doubt, one of the finest singer-songwriters and performers I’ve ever seen and heard! He can woo you with the sensitivity in his voice and lyrics and yet tear it up big time and bluesy in an instant. Often compared to the likes of John Martyn, make no mistake, Sean is a man with his own style, treading his own path.
The Independent on Sunday :

Sean Taylor is a London-based singer and songwriter who plays guitar, piano and harmonica and has deservedly acquired some influential admirers. The album was recorded in Texas with producer and multi-instrumentalist Mark Hallman, who adds anything from bass and drums to banjo and organ. And there’s even an appearance from the great Danny Thompson, famed for his work with John Martyn and Pentangle. It’s easy to see why they are impressed. Taylor is a fine blues guitarist who can also handle anything from atmospheric, brooding ballads to chugging rockers, but whose best songs are studies of London life. Biddy Mulligans – a moody, sad-edged lullaby about a bar on Kilburn High Road in London – is a slinky, upbeat love song to the city, while River is an exuberant poem about the Thames, spoken over a sturdy blues-rock backing. Taylor is a man to watch.
Go to the Next Gig page of our website to see video of Sean and Ryan in action!
Ryan Thomas

Ryan Thomas is a 21 year old singer-songwriter hailing from Nottingham, UK. His combination of blues, country and folk have marked him as one of the Midlands rising stars with influences from Robert Johnson, Seasick Steve and Johnny Cash. Having recently signed to Wire & Wool Records (I’m Not From London), Ryan’s first record ‘Worries & Troubles’ debuted at No.1 on the iTunes Blues Chart

2013 saw regular BBC Introducing airplay for Ryan as well as slots at some of the Midlands most prestigious venues working with major promoters in venues such as Rescue Rooms and Glee Club Nottingham supporting international bands. This includes Dot To Dot Festival, The Big Shake Out and Splendour 2013 as well as being pitted as ‘One To Watch’ by Left Lion Magazine as well as securing press across the Midlands.

Location: The Brewhouse Art Centre – Burton on Trent
Time & Date: Doors open 7:30pm Saturday
Box Office : 01283 508100

at The Brewhouse Arts Centre
Box Office Telephone 01283 508100

£10 (£9 in advance)


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