Saturday 2nd July
After 15 years together of playing weddings, corporate events, private functions etc., we have formulated a great mix of musical entertainment for any occasion.
Collectively we have over 100 years of experience playing in bands and doing all sorts of musical projects.
The Spacehoppers have been a solid unit for 15 years and are constantly evolving with modern musical tastes, while keeping one foot firmly in classics from the 60's, 70's, 80's and 90’s.
Giant and the Georges
Friday 8th July
Zingy hooks, tangy riffs and vocal harmonies sweeter than honey!
Giant and the Georges are dynamic performers, blending shimmering indie-rock with frantic lyricism.
Four piece alternative indie-rock band based in the Black Country, West Midlands (UK).
Friday 15th July
Fitz of laughter presents
Saturday 16th July
Katie Fitzgeralds presents
A Concert for Corbett Meadows
Help Corbett Meadows Action Group, SCDT and the Friends of Corbett Meadows to raise valuable funds for the campaign to preserve Corbett Meadows, a unique green space right here in the heart of the Urban Black Country
That was originally gifted to the people of Stourbridge and is now under the threat of housing development.
Thursday 28th July
Dolores O Riordan, front woman for the Irish band The Cranberries, died, tragically young and insanely talented. Tony Kinsella, Salford poet and comedian, became belatedly aware of the depth of her magic beyond the hit singles and has chosen her as the final chapter in his Trilogy of Music Heroes, following tributes to The Undertones and Kirsty MacColl at The Playhouse Theatre in 2019 and (online) in 2020. This is Tony’s account of bingeing on Cranberries. Jess Silk, awesome folk singer from the West Midlands, provides original songs and covers of Cranberries classics, woven into the narrative.
Sunday 31st July
First marked his entry into pop consciousness with the Top 20 chart success of his infectious hit single, Ariel, a quirkily irresistible and uncategorizable pop song about a free spirited, pot-smoking, vegetarian Jewish girl in a peasant blouse who lived, as the lyric goes, "...way on the other side of the Hudson".
Friedman scored again with the release of his follow up album, “Well, Well,” Said the Rocking Chair’, and the now classic hit single, Lucky Stars. This magical duet, performed with singer, Denise Marsa, zoomed to the top of the UK singles charts, going instantly gold. Lucky Stars paved the way for a slew of Friedman hits, including familiar radio staples such as Lydia, Rocking Chair, McDonald’s Girl and Woman of Mine.
Friedman’s consummate songwriting and performing, have earned him a loyal international following, devoted to the sophisticated, funny and profound work of a master songsmith.