Legends Of Country live at What’s Cookin’Venue:Leytonstone Ex-Servicemens Club, London E11
Date: 15/01 at 03:00 AM
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The first show for Jof’s new country band, Legends Of Country hosted by the wonderful, wierd and wacky merry go-round world of What’s Cookin’
At The Leytonstone Ex-Servicemen’s Club. An old haunt of the rock’n'roll kitchen. Its a nice function room, it has its own bar, and does real ale. And its cheap bar prices! Shows are normally EVERY Wednesday and the 1st & 3rd Saturday of the month (and additionally the 5th Saturday if there is one). Doors open 8.30pm and we’re normally done’n'dusted by 11.00pm-ish. Free entry night with a collection to pay the musicians. Accompanied children aged 11+ allowed.
Legends Of Country at The Social + Lucas & King + Black Peaches (DJ)Venue:The Social
Date: 21/01 at 03:00 AM
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Join Talk About Country for a night of classic country and Americana, with live sets from Legends Of Country and Lucas and King.
Legends Of Country are a band formed by Jof Owen from The Boy Least Likely To. Inspired by a long standing love of country music and memories of growing up watching Pebble Mill and listening to Johnny Cash and George Hamilton IV. Already getting great support from the Bob Harris Country show, 6Music, the Rough Trade shop and other roots and country shows across the UK. With dobro guitars, pedal steel and mariachi trumpets blasting away, their songs combine a classic earthy country sound with an honest and unmistakeable English indie pop charm.
Support comes from Lucas and King, a female country-folk duo from Brighton, whose beautiful combination of sultry vocals and slide guitar find them falling somewhere between Dolly Parton and Mazzy Star.
There will also be DJ sets from Black Peaches and the Talk About Country DJs, playing everything from Kitty Wells to Kacey Musgraves.
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