Tuesday, 31 July 2012

Top folk act J’ache Accused returns to Lancaster

There's a change of line up to previously announced dates at Lancaster's Robert Gillow folk nights this month.

Sadly, Pete Morton is unable to perform at The Robert Gillow on Thursday 9th August as arranged. He sends his apologies to everyone.

Happily, the excellent J’ache Accused is stepping up to fill the date - only his third Lancaster gig in four years.

The artist formerly known as Jake Hughes plays American country folk and a typical set will include numbers by the likes of Woody Guthrie, Jimmy Rogers, Bob Dylan, Townes Van Zandt, Merle Haggard and Neil Young.

Using 6-string and 12-string acoustic guitars, banjo, harmonica and possibly an electric instrument or two he plays and sings with considerable power, skill and belief.

Sounds to us like one heck of a replacement and well worth checking out.



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