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FRIDAY SWANSEA THE CHATTERY, SATURDAY MANCHESTER HOP & GRAPE, SUNDAY NEWCASTLE LIVE THEATRE, WEDNESDAY GLASGOW KING TUT'S, THURSDAY EDINBURGH THE VILLAGE
This week, I've released my single Deep Inside and have a number of gigs coming up including The Chattery, Swansea, tomorrow; Queen's Hall, Narberth, March 27; Newport Memorial Hall, Pembrokeshire, March 28; The Garage Folk Club, Swansea, April 10 and The Duke, Cardiff, May 16.
net best gig Simone Felice @ Buffalo Bar, Cardiff (Thursday) and The Chattery, Swansea (Friday) SELLING your soul to rock and roll is one thing, but there aren't many artists like Simone Felice who literally give their heart.
The things I liked most about Harry were his easy-going nature, his friendliness and the way he let me be my chattery self.
Free entry Ezio @The Chattery, Swansea (Saturday, July 24): Long-fancied acoustic rockers.
Info: 029 2023 1252 Songdog @ The Chattery, Swansea (Saturday): 'Folk Noir' from grumbly Welsh pop poet Lyndon Morgans.
SWANSEA: The Chattery (01792 473276), Danny And The Champions Of The World.
Call: 01978 311857 Darden Smith @ The Chattery, Swansea (Friday): Texan singer-songwriter and another quality addition to this cosy Uplands eatery's roster of visiting US artists.
The Duke & The King @ The Chattery, Swansea (Saturday) NAMED after a couple of con-men characters in Huckleberry Finn, Simon Felice and Robert 'Chicken' Burke are one of the most hotly-tipped duos on the current American music scene.
There will, however, be alcohol on sale at all the other venues staging shows throughout the festival such as The Garage, Sin City and The Chattery.
Enquiries: 08700 402000 best gig Mary Gauthier @ The Globe, Cardiff (Tuesday) and The Chattery, Swansea (Thursday) HAIL Mary
Chris Mills @ The Chattery, Swansea, Saturday: Gravel-tonsilled Chicago troubadour whose latest terrific Living In The Aftermath album manages to top even his sterling past efforts of classic twangy Americana.
Southern Tenant Folk Union @ The Chattery, Swansea (Thursday): BLUEGRASS sextet get all fiddledee-diddley on us.
If there is a criticism, its with the engine noise which is decidedly diesel and chattery.