Music:Harley, Kimbro, Lewis at Landmark Arts Centre

Landmark Arts Centre

Landmark Arts Centre

Music, Sun 24 Apr 2022

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From Knoxville to Nashville via Hertfordshire, Martin Harley, Daniel Kimbro and Sam Lewis collaborate for the first time on a slow cooked, laid back album reminiscent of an early American songbook. Individually they have worked with some of the biggest names in the business. This is acoustic Americana at is finest and now they are taking it out on tour.

Martin Harley
he has been making music and touring the world for over two decades. Exploring blues and roots in a style The Guardian referred to as ‘Spellbinding’, Harley has released eight albums to date and he participated in the 'Worlds Highest Gig' in the Himalayas. Recent nominations include Best Acoustic Guitarist, Best Acoustic Blues artist. Notable appearances at Glastonbury, Royal Albert Hall, Union Chapel and countless international venues and festivals.

Daniel Kimbro
raised on American Roots music in and around Appalachia, Kimbro is a GRAMMY-nominated musician from Knoxville, TN with numerous recording credits and touring appearances. Splitting his time between Knoxville and Nashville, has appeared on stage with the likes of James Taylor, Alison Krauss, Cara Dillon, R.B. Morris, Molly Tuttle, Maura O'Connell, and many others.

Sam Lewis
the Nashville-based singer-songwriter has collaborated with everyone from Leon Russell to Chris Stapleton who dubbed him “a modern Townes Van Zandt”. A decade worth of touring has captivated audiences all around the world. His songs and stories are glued together with a unique stage banter developed from performing in numerous music halls, clubs, theatres and festivals.

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Event details

Dates Times
Sun 24 Apr 2022 20:00


£18.50 advance / £20 door


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Map reference: TQ 166713  Lat: 51.42871 Long: -0.32418

Train: Waterloo to Teddington (and then a 10 minute signposted walk)
By bus: R68, 281, 285, 33
By tube: District Line to Richmond, then bus R68
By car: free parking in surrounding streets. No parking on site. For disabled parking details please telephone in advance.
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Accessible by Public Transport: 0 miles from Teddington station


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