TheNewGrass Cutters – feature the same superb musicians who tour with Joe brown at his sell out shows: Top producer Pete Brown (Joe’s son) on lead vocals, guitar, lap steel and mandolin; the amazing Phil Capaldi on lead vocals, drums and percussion; Richard Collins Nashville recording artist and Banjo/Mandolin virtuoso; Andy Crowdy highly rated bass player on the UK Jazz scene are sure to wow the audience with their stunning new arrangements of rock and pop classics, brilliant interpretations, and acclaimed vocal and instrumental performances of their own style of music they call ‘NewGrass’ top quality songs with a touch of Bluegrass. Their repertoire includes their unique banjo, lap steel, mandolin, bass and percussion version of classics like ‘Too Much Too Young’, ‘Good Vibrations’, ‘Born to be Wild’, ‘Voodoo Child’ and ‘Listen to the Music’.
They share a love of music and big fans already include guitar legend Albert Lee, Amen Corner’s Andy Fairweather-Low, Chas ‘n’ Dave plus Fairport Convention’s Dave Pegg who invited the NewGrass Cutters to play at the internationally renowned Cropredy Festival.
Collectively they’ve worked with some of the biggest names in the business, such as Joe & Sam Brown, George Harrison, Deep Purple, Dave Gilmour, Steve Winwood, Jim Capaldi, Dave Edmunds, Don Gibson, Flying Burrito Brothers, and Glen Campbell, to name but a few.
The Newgrass Cutters are guaranteed to have you grinning and singing along.
“I have to say I am very impressed. I love this music. Great playing and interesting song choices.” – Albert Lee
“Terrific playing and tasty arrangements with vocals and energy to match.” – Dave Pegg
Pete Brown & the League of Crafty Ukulele Masters (LOCUM) are ukulele players who play music not normally heard from the ukulele. Their very original repertoire, arranged and led by Pete Brown, has made them one of the hottest acts to follow at some of the most prestigious ukulele festivals.
Many of the players started under the expert tuition of Sam Brown’s Fabulous Ukulele Club, which led them to challenge their skills further and create their own unique style.
They delight in performing a wide range of material and are supported by a selection of singers, accompanied by double bass, harmonica and lap steel guitar.
(includes £1 theatre restoration levy)
Running time: 110 minutes (includes a 20 minute interval)