Friday evening session will feature live music from The Dansette Alligators.
Guitars, mandolins, stand up bass and drums playing hits from Gods jukebox, and authentic originals, spiced up with humour and almost do-wappian vocals. A band with the chops and the gravy!
Featuring Mike Kendrick, Paul Reaney, Martin Taylor and Terry McKusker putting together their favourite rockabilly, bluegrass and rock & roll tunes from a host of musical legends.
For the Saturday afternoon session we welcome back the Paul Reaney Duo.
Born on the Wirral, in the north west of the UK. Paul’s musical roots are in Blues, Rock and Roll and Country Rock, although his career has spanned everything from Comedy bands through power trio rock to solo acoustic performances. He has also worked as a supporting musician playing guitar, bass, mandolin and dobro with many famous names both live and in the studio.
Paul is a t alented songwriter winning competitions and having songs recorded on both sides of the pond. His debut solo album “A Town Like This” is a collection of mainly reflective acoustic songs and has earned him many rave reviews and is available at all digital download sites.
Having played at Novemberfest on previous occasions, Paul returns after many requests, to provide his particular style of great acoustic entertainment as a duo with Martin Taylor making a guest appearance with his formidable stand-up bass!
Hawker join us on the Saturday evening. Originally formed in Summer 2015 as a classic Rock, Pop and 80’s, 4 piece covers band, they are regularly gigging throughout North Wales and Cheshire and enjoying a steadily growing following due to their great personality and musical talents.
Gereldene (Lead Vocals) has been singing in clubs and pubs, as a soloist and in bands, for many years and is joined by Kev (Guitars) who has been playing for longer than he cares to remember and Steve (Bass Guitar) has played guitar since he was 16, including Bass for the last 10 years. The team are held together by Anthony on drums, who brings skills and beats from his childhood heroes and even Bill Basey’s Big Band!
Hawker’s eclectic mix of musical repertoire is influenced by a huge range of rock legends from Black Sabbath, Iron Maiden, Jimi Hendrix and Jeff Beck to Alison Moyet, Blondie, The Who and even Pink Floyd.