Bringing  Americana, Bluegrass, and other kinds of Twang to Shropshire. Welcome! Details of upcoming shows are below. See details of past events here, or contact us here, or make friends with the facebook page.

TWO FANTASTIC SHOWS THIS AUTUMN! SEE BELOW FOR DETAILS OF SPECIAL TICKET FOR BOTH EVENTS. 

MARY GAUTHIER 

 SOLD OUT

Monday Sept 29th. Morris Hall, Bellstone, Shrewsbury

Great Americana Troubadour Mary Gauthier comes to Shrewsbury.
'Gauthier's songs startle with authority and detail. If she keeps this up, one day she may assume the mantle of Johnny Cash' - New York Daily News
'Her rich, gothic country tales are easily comparable to Lucinda Williams' - Interview
Mary's songs have been praised by both Bob Dylan and Tom Waits and recorded by Jimmy Buffett, Blake Shelton, Boy George, Tim McGraw and Candi Staton. 
Trouble and Love, her new album, includes 'How You Learn To Live Alone', co-written with Gretchen Peters and featured in Season II of the hit TV show Nashville.
Support will be provided by Ben Glover

£15 / £10 U 16. On sale from ticketsource or Pengwern Books, Fish St, Shrewsbury

 ZOE MUTH & THE LOST HIGH ROLLERS

Friday October 24th. Wightman Hall, The Square, Shrewsbury

 “World of Strangers sounds like a wide-open blue sky, dry heat, Texas afternoon. Even the drown-your-sorrows songs come off as though they were squeezed from the filthy bricks in the corner of some Texas truckstop.”  No Depression, the leading Americana website, on the new album
From Seattle but now based in Austin  Texas,  Zoe Muth (pronounced Mewth) has the authentic aura of Loretta Lynn and Patsy Cline in her voice. Regarded as a rising star in country song writing, Zoe pulls her influences from country-wide stories, mixing country, folk and rock in equal measure to take you into a world that will stay with you a long time after the last notes fade.
“Wonderful” Bob Harris, Radio 2
Support will be provided by Shrewsbury’s own Rockabilly and Country young guns; Two-Faced Tom and the Bootleg Boys. 
SPECIAL OFFER - GET A TICKET FOR BOTH EVENTS AND SAVE 20% ....

 £15 / £10 U 16. On sale from ticketsource or Pengwern Books, Fish St, Shrewsbury