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Thursday, December 7th, 2017
8:30 PM
Dave Huntriss returns to Mr. Wolf's to host another night of Bristol-based acoustic music, this time with a festive theme! Dave will be playing songs from his album '[Re]collection' with a full live band as well as showcasing three other local acts. CDs of the album will be available at a discounted price all night alongside merchandise from the other artists performing. LINE-UP (set times TBA): //LOU WURTH// (solo acoustic set) Returning after the success of her debut Bristol show, Lou will be opening the night by bringing her "honest, acoustic folk tunes" all the way from Australia. There is raw emotion in every inch of Lou's soulful voice and delicate guitar-work that has to be heard live! https://www.facebook.com/Lou-Wurth-199762326708183 //JAMIE CRUICKSHANK// (acoustic set) After having seen Breakfast Records' Jamie play around Bristol in various different guises (Human Bones/The Gnarwhals etc.) it is a pleasure to have him along for the night to play his unique brand of folk-indie tunes for us. Following the self-release of his debut single "I Can See Totterdown" it will be a great opportunity to see what else this multi-talented magician has up his sleeve for the coming months... https://www.facebook.com/jamiecruickshankmusic //DAVE HUNTRISS// (full band) Performed live in concert with a full band comprising members from local Bristol bands MALTS, Nicholson Heal, and The Man & The Lake, the album is "a fragile, aching thing of beauty" blending nostalgic acoustic indie and ambient electronic soundscapes. https://www.facebook.com/davehuntriss //THE MAN & THE LAKE// (full band) After unfortunately having to pull out of playing at the CD launch back in August, Bristol's premier Balkan-Folk quartet will be (hopefully) gracing the stage to end the night with a bang. Their infectious "gypsy folk & migrant love" will guarantee to spark a good old fashioned knees-up that will see us into the wee small hours. VENUE: Mr. Wolf's, Bristol http://www.mrwolfs.com/home TICKETS: £3/£4 on the door