Friday, 8 January 2016

Blues and folk on the bill at Stoke music pub.

Acts to appear at popular music venue The Glebe over the next three months as part of the pub's Choose Days sessions on Tuesday nights.

Between January and March the pub will play host to an eclectic mix of performers with familiar and new artists represented.

Regular performers making a welcome return include folk act The Idioms featuring Gillie Nicholls (Feb 2) and blues duo Jim Kirkpatrick and Chris Cliff ( Mar 8).

Leek based blues outfit Bad Soul Buskers (Feb 16) and 5 piece Bucket of Blues (Mar 15) make their Glebe debut as do Crewe based The Maple Clouds ( Jan 12).

Folk/punk artist Doozer McDooze pays a visit to the venue as part of his UK tour (Mar 29). He has been described as producing music that sounds like 'a scrap between The Levellers and The Pogues' by BBC 6Music presenter Tom Robinson.

Other artists playing over the next three months include Irish singer/songwriter James McGrath (Mar 22) and local duo Sara Miller and Dan Machin (Feb 9).

Located near to Stoke Minster and short walk from the railway station The Glebe was extensively refurbished by owners Joules in 2010 and offers a range of real ales and bar snacks.

The pub has a friendly atmosphere and is popular with members of the city's creative community.

All gigs start at 9.30pm and entry is free.

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