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TNL: The Lost Larks on Tuesday 29th October 2019
THE LOST LARKS
Four superb songwriters in stunning four-part harmony.
Tom Bliss, Phil Cockerham, Patrick Hogan, Den Miller
Tom Bliss – oft-covered songwriter who toured extensively in the 2000s both solo and with Tom Napper. A prodigious multi-instrumentalist, he mainly plays percussion and mandola in the band.
Phil Cockerham – prolific songwriter and multi instrumentalist, well known in West Yorkshire, performing solo and with his trio. In the Larks’ mix, Phil provides the jangle of ‘Irish bouzouki’.
Patrick Hogan – former bassist and lead singer of The Squares. Recently released his first solo album of songs of Ireland seen from visitors, immigrants and emigrants. Brings his trusty left handed guitar to the band.
Den Miller – a multi-instrumentalist whose songs focus on strong melody and intelligent, often humorous lyrics. Currently working on his sixth studio album. Adds guitar, harmonica and percussion to the band.
The Lost Larks originally formed in 2018 just for just one gig: the launch of Patrick’s album “Places to Die For“. But the four voices blended so well (one fan likened them to CSNY), it seemed criminal to stop. So rehearsals continued – and with four equally-gifted writers on tap, it made sense to include the best from everyone to the set. So The Lost Larks is really four bands in one, each featuring a different songwriter, each of whom makes an equal contribution. Expect rich four part harmonies, supported by delicate instrumental interplay – and some utterly wonderful songs.
Music in the Assembly Bar + Kitchen from 8pm - 10.15pm approx. ABK closes at 10.30pm
Donations on the door. Suggested £3 - £5. No one turned away for lack of funds.
Music Genres: Country/Americana, Folk
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