Johnny Coppin | Kevin Brown

 

Johnny Coppin | Kevin Brown

Johnny Coppin | Kevin Brown

Sunday 12th August 2018

Doors: 6:30pm | Start: 7pm

 
Museum of Bath Architecture
The Countess of Huntingdon’s Chapel
The Paragon
The Vineyards
Bath
BA1 5NA
 
Tickets will cost £12 on the door

Price:
 

£10.00

Johnny Coppin

Johnny Coppin is a singer/songwriter who began his career as one of the founder members of the folk band Decameron. As a solo artist, Johnny has gone on to record over twelve albums including his most recent CD Borderland- plus, in December 2017, a fourth Christmas album All On A Winter’s Night.

Playing guitar and piano, his music is essentially British, always melodic and evocative, and includes traditional material among the original songs.

He presents an Acoustic Music programme every Saturday on BBC Radio Gloucestershire.

‘Unquestionably at the top of his game’ (Acoustic magazine)
‘Arguably the clearest and most soothing male vocal in the world of British folk music’ (Folk Radio UK)

Kevin Brown

Since his early lessons with Son House, Kevin Brown has throughout his life dug deep into the heart of the blues, his original material inspired by everyday life and people. Discovered by Joe Boyd he has become renowned for his touch and tone, with 15 albums to his credit and a worldwide reputation he has gained respect from Mark Knopfler, Albert King, Martin Simpson and many more. Discover just why he’s quoted by Mojo magazine as being a true ‘living legend ‘

‘So much more than just a great slide player’ (Mark Knopfler)

‘What singles him out is his voice’ Robin Denselow (The Guardian)

‘He is without a doubt the real deal’ (Martin Simpson)

‘One of the very best we have’ (Andy Fairweather Low)