Exclusive Solo show!
Exclusive Solo show!
Tickets for Eclectic gigs will be available to purchase in advance from :-
• Handyman Hardware, 28, High St, Cranleigh GU6 8AE (nearby Village Hall).
• Record Corner, Pound Lane, Godalming GU7 1BX
• Chiddingfold Post Office, Pockford Road, Chiddingfold, GU8 4TP, tel. 01428 682046.
A performance by Mike Sanchez is unforgettable, whether is it solo, or with his R&B revue. His energy and frenetic action is unmatched by his contemporaries. He sings, plays keyboards and guitar and is the most amazing showman.
Since leaving the Big Town Playboys at the end of 1999, after fifteen years with the band, Mike Sanchez has been a very busy man. Not being part of a regular outfit, the man voted British Blues Connection Keyboard Player of the Year for three consecutive years performs as a solo, with his own groups of various sizes, and guests with other bands.
‘Possibly the finest non-American act that Burnley has experienced in its history!’ – Blueprint Magazine
Saturday 18th March at Cranleigh Village Hall
Lisa Mills, a Mississippi native presently living in Alabama, has enjoyed a long successful career which has taken her around the world with opportunities to perform with some of music’s giants. Her music is a unique blend of southern roots, soul, gospel, a little country and rock & roll.
2016 Music Artist of the Year – Southland Music Line
‘Lisa Mills is a singer and songwriter of the first rank, uncompromising in the vision and concept of her art.’ – David McGee, Movinmusic
Saturday 1st April 2007
Dr. Feelgood are a British pub rock band formed in 1971. Hailing from Canvey Island, Essex, they are best known for early singles like “She Does It Right”, “Roxette”, and “Back in the Night”. The group’s original distinctively British R&B sound was centred on Wilko Johnson’s choppy guitar style. Along with Johnson, the original band line-up included singer Lee Brilleaux and the rhythm section of John B. Sparks, known as “Sparko”, on bass guitar and John Martin, known as “The Big Figure”, on drums. Although their most commercially productive years were the early to mid-1970s, a version of the band continues to tour and record to this day.
‘You should not miss the chance to see Dr Feelgood. The energy of the band was contagious and everyone watching were caught up in it!’ – Ticketmaster
Saturday 3rd June