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Our Court In Session: Songwriter Series continues with Alfie Griffin, Harry Quinn and Nick Byrne.
Alfie Griffin is a singer songwriter who crafts original songs with strong influences of Jimi Hendrix, John Martyn and Nick Drake. Alfie has been in the music scene for half a decade playing in various venues in Berkshire. Be prepared for awkward chatting as he tunes his guitar... for the tenth time!
Harry Quinn is a singer-songwriter influenced by Pop, Soul and Jazz music. Over the past few years he has performed at venues including The Royal Society, St. Pancras Church and BBC Three Counties Radio. In 2018 he played 269 gigs including headline band shows at The Courtyard Theatre and St. John’s Church in London. Harry’s debut album ‘Parallels’ (released in 2017) features a mix of moods and grooves, warm soulful vocals, energetic guitar playing and a talented bunch of musicians as part of the Harry Quinn Band.
Driven by a desire to create something lasting and beautiful, Nick Byrne showcases honesty, emotion and storytelling as he aims to carve his own place in the songwriter tradition. Delicately finger-picked guitar and stirring vocals are further lifted by theaddition of a backing band for Summer 2019, which serve to add further dynamism to the passionate highs and whispered lows which are which are such a core part of his potent live performance. Single 'Birch Tree' in particular has gathered praise from BBC Introducing, BBC Wales, BBC Oxford and BBC Ulster, and features string arrangement by Richard Melkonian. As seen supporting the likes of Declan McKenna (BBC Introducing artist of the year), Ben McKelvey, and The Lion & The Wolf (Xtra Mile Recordings).
Tickets: £6 Advance / £8 Door