Rodney Branigan Entrades

The Pit, Newstead Village.

Rodney Branigan
East Midlands Railways - Newstead
Bus - Trent Barton 3A
Car Parking on site

Strictly 14 and over

Please do not attend if you have any COVID symptoms
A negative LFT test prior to event is appreciated
Reduced capacity seated gig.

Aquest esdeveniment és només per a majors de 14 anys. No es realitzarà cap reemborsament per a persones menors de 14 anys.

Tipus d'entrada Cost (valor nominal)? Quantitat
GENERAL ADMISSION £11,00 (£10,00)

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Més informació sobre els tiquets de Rodney Branigan

Rodney Branigan - Americana Folk Roots meets Texas Blues

The Texas-born troubadour who learned to play in Austin, perform in Los Angeles, craft songs in Nashville, and put it all together in London has played all types of music in all types of venues in his storied career. His adventurous, boundary-breaking guitar playing (sometimes at the same time) earning him the title "The Two Guitar Man" has led to performance invites across American, Asia, Africa, and Europe.

In 2018 Michael Eavis asked him to headline the 15,000 people Glastonbury Extravaganza at Glastonbury Abbey, when Paloma Faith was forced to pull out - leading to a spot on the Acoustic Stage at the last Glastonbury Festival, where he went down a storm!

Privileged to have shared stages with the likes of Jack Johnson, Billy Sheehan, Frances Cabrel, Bad Finger, Slim Jim Phantom, Alabama 3, Cross Canadian Rag Weed, Kelly Willis, Dick Dale, Gangsta Grass, Stereo Phonics, Billy Bragg, Albert Lee, Andy McKee, Preston Reed, Tom Robinson, Seth Lakeman, Temper Trap, GLove & Special Sauce., Talvin, Singh, Angelique Kidjo, and most recently with Tommy Emmanuel at Celtic Connections in Scotland!

Received a standing ovation at Folk East - quote "Every year there will be one or two artists that take the audience completely by surprise. This year Rodney Branigan was undoubtedly that artist, his name being mentioned in our feedback over and over again as peoples stand out act"

John Marshall-Potter, FolkEast