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Oysterband Live – POSTPONED

2021 Tour

Thursday 25 March 2021, doors 7.30pm

RNCM Concert Hall

Oysterband

POSTPONED:
This event will now to take place on Friday 10 September 2021 and will move venue. Details of the new venue will be announced soon. Original tickets are valid for the new date. If ticket holders cannot attend the new date, please contact us. If you have purchased tickets via another agent, please contact your point of purchase. For more information please see www.oysterband.co.uk.

Oysterband are back on stage where they belong, with a brand new album and classic live tracks. Uplifting songs for uncertain times.

We’ve never been more pleased to say…..Meet You There!

The 5-times BBC Radio 2 Folk Award-winning outfit that brought passion, power and not a little poetry to folk and roots music, enter their fifth decade as vital and creative as ever, with some of the finest songs in the modern folk canon to their name: Put Out The Lights; When I’m Up (I Can’t Get Down); Blood Wedding; Everywhere I Go; The Oxford Girl; Granite Years; Native Son; A River Runs… these and many others from their vast back catalogue will feature as they embark on another year of international touring and festivals.

Theirs has been a unique and fiercely independent career. Oysterband still play with that spirit of the punk ceilidh band that roared through people’s lives all those years ago. But the growing depth and sensitivity of their songwriting, coupled with the strength of John Jones’ voice and their remarkable musicianship, have lifted their music into a richer, more acoustic era.

Their occasional collaboration with folk diva June Tabor has produced two cult-classic award-winning albums, Freedom & Rain and Ragged Kingdom.

Oysterband:
John Jones
 voice, melodeon
Alan Prosser guitars, voice
Ian Telfer violin, keyboard, voice
Al Scott bass, mandolin, voice
Adrian Oxaal cello, guitar, bouzouki, voice
Pete Flood drums, percussion, voice

This is a seated show, promoted by Band on the Wall.


POSTPONED
Thursday 25 March 2021, doors 7.30pm - Tickets £22.50 ADV