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Real music in a great environment, presented by fans for fans.

All gigs are presented at The Vyne Theatre, Berkhamsted's premier arts centre. It's a beautiful space with full professional sound and lighting and comfortable, banked seating. Lovely bar area. Plenty of parking in the immediate area. Northbridge Road, Berkhamsted HP4 1EH


Professional acts, performing with integrity, style and showmanship.



Friday 23rd February 2018: Fara

Fara

Fara produce a fiery sound rooted strongly in their native music of Orkney. If you loved Blazin' Fiddles then you'll really love Fara. Add stunning rich vocal harmonies to their energetic fiddle playing and driving piano: Fara's show is an exciting one. Original and traditional Orkney tunes and songs.

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Friday 16th March 2018: Sam Kelly and Jamie Francis

Sam Kelly

"Sam has such a beautiful voice and sings with so much soul." - Cara Dillon

Sam Kelly (guitar and lead vocals) and Jamie Francis (banjo) have a reputation for an incredibly high class and dynamic live show, and the guys are rapidly becoming firm favourites at venues and festivals in all parts of the country.

Sam's musical journey has ranged from reaching the final of ITV's Britain's Got Talent as a teenager to being selected for the first ever EFDSS Artist Development Scheme. Whether playing to 13 million people on prime-time television, or to 10 people in a tiny pub, Sam's child-like fascination with music shines through.

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Friday 20th April 2018: James Hill and Anne Janelle

James Hill and Anne Janelle

James Hill - check out his jaw-dropping version of Billie Jean - has made a career as an award-winning ukulele player and songwriter, an artist who 'gives the ukulele its dignity back without ever taking himself too seriously' (Songlines). The Old Silo, produced by indie rock hero Joel Plaskett, sees him charting a course into deeper, rockier waters. The album has an edginess and swagger unlike anything Hill has ever recorded: the thundering baritone ukulele riff in She's Still Got It wouldn't be out of place on a Black Keys album and the grinding slide ukulele in Tie One On would make Jack White proud. Catchy, energetic cuts like New Moon, Promenade and Lovebirds would be at home at any outdoor summer music festival.

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