LOCALS PLAYING LOCALLY
November 4th– Morganway
Portland Arms – doors open @ 8pm
After an immensely successful year, including taking Cambridge folk festival by absolute storm ( I was there, man), Cambridge’s current legends are kickstarting their UK tour on their Home turf at the Portland. This modern-day Fleetwood Mack are only going in one direction, if they are not signed within a year, there is no god.
November 9th– Max Bianco and The Bluehearts Ep Launch
The Flying pig, doors open @ 8pm
He looks like Pete Dougherty, He sounds like Bob Dylan, Cambridge’s best folksong writer has recruited the local cool kids to release this long-awaited Ep, despite the fact that many already know every single word on it.
November 8th– Lexi Green
The Flying Pig, Doors open @ 7:30pm
Critically acclaimed country darling Lexi green is promoting her latest and greatest ep- Indigo Blue, not to be missed.
November 10th Josh Robins – Royston songwriters showcase
Old Bull Inn, Doors open @ 7:30pm
“Witty, observational folk songs for the millennial generation” – Rockshot magazine
November 30th – Camisayo
Darry’s Liquor Loft, Doors open @ 7:30pm
This band is born from the famous Earl of Beaconsfield open mic night, smooth acoustic sounds, a band to take your date on, in a venue to certainly impress them.
ACTS FROM OUT OF TOWN
November 9th – Cambridge ska, reggae, and soul festival, 50th anniversary of Trojan Records
Cambridge Junction, Doors open @ 8pm.
Let’s review those words- Cambridge. Ska. Reggae. Soul. Festival. Trojan records. If these are not amongst the list of your favourite things on this planet, you are not worthy to attend.
November 15th – Reef
Cambridge Junction, Doors open @ 8pm
Dust off your older brother’s CD and try to remember that song you always hear at the indie night in Fez. Reef are back, and better than ever.
November 15th– Dr John Cooper Clark
The Corn Exchange, Doors open @ 7:30pm
‘Punks not Dead’, and neither is this world famously strange punk poet. The man is already studied in universities as part of the 20th Century music renaissance. Go now, to tell your kids you saw him.
November 22nd– SELF ESTEEM
The Portland Arms, Doors open @ 7pm
The Famous Rebecca Taylors brand-new project, under a brand-new name. Critics say it’s a complete change to the original sound that made her famous, who knows what is going to happen at this gig.
Cambridge Jazz Festival. 13th – 27th November.
Written by Josh Robins