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Stackridge

Friday 3rd October 2014, 7:00 pm | 10:30 pm curfew Buy Tickets Tickets: £16.50 adv

Stackridge played at the first Glastonbury Festival in 1970 and were one of John Peel’s most favorite acts.

They disbanded in 1976 only to reform 30 years later. In 2014 Stackridge are back: writing, recording and playing live once. Their latest album, A Victory For Common Sense had as producer, Chris Hughes best known for working his magic with Paul McCartney, Robert Plant, and Tears For Fears.
In 1979, original members and songwriters Andy Davis & James Warren became The Korgis. Their hits including “Everybody’s Got To Learn Sometime”, have been covered by many great artists and, although The Korgis no longer appear live in their own right, Stackridge are proud to include their songs in their live show.
2014 is the 40th Anniversary of the album, The Man In The Bowler Hat, which was produced by the great George Martin and is now regarded as one of his  achievements aside from the Beatles.

Stackridge’s current line-up is Andy Davis (Guitar/Vocals/Ukulele /Keyboards),James Warren ( Bass Guitar/Vocals), Clare Lindley (Violin/Guitar/Vocals/Ukulele), Eddie John (Drums/Ukulele/Glockenspiel), and Glenn Tommey(Keyboards/Vocals/Trombone/Flute).

 

Strictly Over 14s, Under 16s with adult (Photographic ID will be required to gain entry regardless of advance ticket purchase.)
Presented by Really Live Music