Regular high quality concerts take place in the hall, usually on Saturday evenings. We like to feature a range of musical styles, such as folk, blues, singer-songwriters, jazz, Americana/ alt.country, etc. There is a licensed bar and all concerts start at 8pm unless stated (doors 7.30).
Tickets are best (and cheapest) if bought online at wegottickets.com. Click the logo to the left to see a full list of concerts currently available to book, and buy now!
OR pay in advance by cheque/cash – call 01335 310322 or email email@example.com
Details of all confirmed concerts in the hall
to the end of 2018 can be found as a two-page
PDF file here.
Video clips and reviews of selected previous concerts can be found here.
Saturday 24 March, 8pm (doors 7.30pm)
ROBINSON & ROHE plus special guest, KATE ELLIS
A double-dose of great Americana. Headlining are US duo Robinson & Rohe – ask how they got together and they’ll look at each other as if to say, which beginning should we begin with? The two have known each other for over a decade, developing a friendship as they pursued their separate careers—spanning everything from playing Brazilian jazz gigs to composing orchestral scores.
Liam Robinson honed his wide-ranging skills as an original US cast member of the award-winning play Warhorse’, as musical director of Anaïs Mitchell’s off-Broadway folk opera “Hadestown,” as a composer in the Red Light New Music collective, and as a member of the Becca Stevens Band.
Meanwhile, Jean Rohe began touring and recording with her band, Jean Rohe & the End of the World Show, honing a honeyed, far-ranging voice and collecting accolades along the way (“a sure-footed young singer-songwriter” – New York Times).
Despite their separate careers, the pair began exchanging lyrics and music—Robinson taking a fragment of writing from Rohe and delivering it back to her married to a melody. The collaborative process was the start of what would become their debut record, Hunger. It was also the start of their love story. Hunger is a record full of songs about love and land—often both at the same time.
Special guest for this show is Louisiana-born Kate Ellis, described by Americana UK as a “genuine talent” and her debut album as “simply superb”. Her timeless music reflects a love of classic singer/songwriters, from Gram Parsons and Gillian Welch, to Mary Chapin Carpenter, Leonard Cohen and Nanci Griffith.
Tickets £11 online (plus 10% booking fee) or £12.50 in advance by cash/cheque – call 01335 310322/email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tickets £11 (plus booking fee) via www.wegottickets.com or £12.50 advance cash/cheque – call 01335 310322/email email@example.com.
Alstonefield Village Hall sound is produced by Mixonthehill Studio
A specification of the equipment used for hall concerts can be found on this link.
“I created my dream, a small studio to record what’s in my head. A work in slow progress! Add my masochistic pleasure in P.A. work and desire to produce pure sound and you have Mixonthehill.”
Contact Alan if you have something you want to record (or need PA!) at very reasonable rates.
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