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Last Thursday of the month

Live Music

Adam Sweet

Every month we will be welcoming an array of singers and bands to bring live music to the pub. No need for a ticket and no entry fee. Just pop along to enjoy the incredible acts we have in store over the coming months for you.

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26th May 7.30pm

Adam Sweet

Independent guitarist and singer-songwriter Adam Sweet marked his evolution into a fully-fledged blues-rock artist with the release of his second studio album ‘Sink or Swim’ in 2020. With brooding ballads and rollicking rootsy rock he delivers honest tales of loss, longing and hope as he continues to carve out his own territory between classic rock, blues and Americana.

Adam picked up the guitar at the age of 7, and now has an EP and 2 albums to his name with ‘Sink or Swim’ being his most recent. His latest single ‘Dead Flowers’ is a cover of the Rolling Stones country-rock classic, which became a firm favourite during the lockdown livestreams that Adam was broadcasting from home during the pandemic.

Join us on Thursday 26th May for a very special live performance.

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Sandy Ince June 30th 7.30pm

Sticky Toffee Jazz

Back by popular demand!

Our regular performer Sandy Ince returns on 30th June to deliver more jazz, swing and blues. Pop in for a drink and maybe have a little dance in the bar with us?

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Joanna Cooke
Soul and Blues July 28th 7.30pm

Joanna Cooke

We are delighted to see Joanna returning to the Fox this summer.

Motown legend Martha Reeves summed it up perfectly, describing Joanna Cooke as “the baby girl singing the blues”. Joanna, much like her South West blonde counterparts, Joss Stone and Jo Harman, demonstrates that true soul and emotional connection is not simply constrained by colour or creed. Moreover, her self-penned songs leave a lasting impression on audiences, by dint of their raw honesty and song craft.

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