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Dan Whitehouse with Full Band

Moseley Folk - Dan Whitehouse with Duke Special presents

Dan Whitehouse with Full Band

Very Special Guest: Duke Special

29 Sep in the Main House at 6.30pm | Doors Open at 6pm

Anticipated running time: 3 hours
Please note this is an estimated running time and may be subject to change
 

Following a string of EPs and well-received debut album,
Birmingham-based singer songwriter Dan Whitehouse launches his second long-player with a special one-off performance featuring a full band.


A bold step forward, new album Reaching For A State Of Mind introduces a more expansive, full-bodied sound, with Dan’s reflective and emotive songs driven by distinctive percussionist Chip Bailey (Duke Special)

Duke Special

Bruised romanticism in a class of its own. Duke Special, AKA Peter
Wilson,
has perfected a musically ambitious ‘hobo-chic’ sound –
alluring, inimitable and written with a lush musicality. Duke Special
inhabits a world unlike any other.

His critically-acclaimed 2006 album ‘Songs From The Deep Forest’
achieved platinum status in Ireland and received plaudits across the
board followed by his 2008 ‘I Never Thought This Day Would Come’.

www.dukespecial.com

See Duke Special - Portrait - Live on Jools Holland


Dan Whitehouse Band:

Chip Bailey – Percussion
June Mori – Piano
Harriet Harkcom – Harmony Vocals
John Large – Drums
Simon Smith – Double Bass
Thomas Bounford - Violin

“Lyrics which involuntarily swerve your gaze to the sky” - Music Week
“A serene and nuanced debut” - Guitarist
“Sensational” - Tom Robinson BBC 6 Music
“Really, really gorgeous songs” - Janice Long BBC Radio 2

Website: www.dan-whitehouse.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/danwhitehousemusic
Youtube: www.youtube.com/user/whitehousedan
Twitter:twitter.com/dan_whitehouse

Doors Open at 6pm | Music Starts: 6.30pm

Tickets in Advance : £8.50 | On the Door: £12.00

Includes booking fee

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