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GUEST,nickp (cookieless) Jeff Warner, Kingsbridge, Devon 15th May (2) Jeff Warner, Kingsbridge, Devon 15th May 10 May 11


JEFF WARNER AT THE THE CRABSHELL KINGSBRIDGE, SOUTH DEVON

Sunday 15th May 2011, 8.00pm.
Tickets are 10.00 on the door or 8.00 in advance. Buy tickets from the Pub's bar or book them in advance from Neil on 01548 856601

Jeff Warner has delighted Crabshell audiences twice before. He's the son of the eminent collectors of early American music, Anne and Frank Warner and, as a researcher as well as a performer, continues to expand and build on their work. He has an extraordinarily engaging and warm stage presence and is an extensively well informed and very fine interpreter of the old songs. He'll be playing terrific banjo, guitar and concertina, and watch out too for the Limberjack, the little dancing doll.

He will bring you songs drawn from the Outer Banks fishing villages of North Carolina, the lumber camps of the Adirondack Mountains, the whaling ports of New England and from the coal mines, the smallholdings and the porches of the Appalachians.

These seated concerts are above the bar up a tricky staircase. Reserved tickets will be held on the door to be picked up and paid for on the night. They are not allocated to particular seats. Doors open at 7.30.

Bear in mind that the Crabshell offers a 20% discount off meals on concert nights when booked by concert-goers


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