Brewery Band nights return

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Brewery Band nights return
Band nights at the Brewery are back with a bang, with three live music acts and a blockbusting festival of sound scheduled to take music lovers up to the end of 2018.

Kicking off the second half of the year in fine form is rowdy jump jive outfit Company B. Back by popular demand, the 7 - piece combo will return to showcase their unique musical style on August 10th

King Creature, promise a night to remember on November 9th. Founded in Cornwall in 2013 the band have a big fan base with the band being catapulted into the spotlight at The Eden Sessions in 2015.

On December 7th, popular Cornish Christmas band Jingle All the Way will get everyone into the Christmas spirit. Its. Featuring Mrs Claus, Santa Claus and their two elves, this will be an evening of magical music perfect for families and people of all ages to start their Christmas celebrations.

As ever, these evening events cost just £5 and kick off at 8pm in the St Austell Brewery Visitor Centre.

However, if that weren’t enough, on September 8th, music lovers can look forward to the mighty, inaugural Brewstock Festival. Featuring 9 different acts, all day music and BBQ this is a must-go event on the musical calendar, with Ben Thorpe, Godstone, Sam Howard and Sarah Marie amongst those who will be performing live on the day.

Tickets for Brewstock cost just £10 with the event starting at midday. Tickets are available to buy at the Visitor Centre or you can purchase online at vcoffice@staustellbrewery.co.uk. For more information call 01726 66022. 

Brewstock Festival line up so far - More music to be announced!

Ben Thorpe: 25-year-old singer, song-writer, drummer, turned guitarist and songsmith, who writes honest and powerful indie, has been playing music live since the age of 14 and has had over 150 gigs as a solo- artist. Ben is making a name for himself with frequent airplay on BBC Introducing and local radio.

“His honest lyrics and passionate performances indicate an artist singing from the soul.”

Moriaty: a two-piece band from Devon who have occasionally worked with other rappers, singers, poets and bass players. They’ve just released a new album called “The Devil’s Child”. Their live shows have seen them win an army of devoted followers in the South West.

O’Deus: a local rock n roll band based on the West Coast of Cornwall. With four band members, their music is heavy on the bass guitar and drum.

Samuel Howard: a singer, songwriter and guitarist from the South West of the UK. With a huge range of musical experience and talent, this artist creates a unique sound and style of music which is enjoyed by many.

Godstone: a 5-piece metal band from the South West of England with a growing Cornish fan base.

50 Year Storm: “Sharp, alternative rock with a dark, heavy edge”. They are an unsigned 3- piece from the Cornish Coast, members including Damon Morey, Emma Limn and Andy Limn. As a band they are growing in popularity and have performed at many festivals in the South West, including The Great Estate, Little Orchard Festival and Looe Music Festival.

Death Valley Knights: an unsigned, metal, hard rock band originally from London and formed in 2011. Band members include Jake Thorsen (Guitar and Vocals), Pawel Matuszkiewicz (Guitar), Ashley Porter (Bass and Vocals) and Hugo Terva (Drums).

Sarah Marie,: Sarah Marie is a singer based in Cornwall. She made an appearance at The Little Orchard Festival and has also appeared singing solo on the BBC Introducing.  She is also well known as the lead singer of the Cornish Rock Band Honey.

Jackknife: a four- piece band from and based in Mid- Cornwall, covering all genres of music and covers.

NOTE: We'd like to say thank you to Asha Hill, our work experience student from Brannel School for writing this piece.

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