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May 2018

Shauna Parker & the Saloon Bar Band

May 13 @ 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Honest, timeless songs of love, temptation, heartache and loss – when Shauna sings you believe every word. From delicate ballads to foot-stomping rockabilly, the band play an eclectic mix of originals alongside classic downhome country and contemporary cutting-edge Americana. http://shaunaparker.wix.com/saloon-bar-band

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Weekly Quiz

May 14 @ 8:30 pm - 11:00 pm

Reg Perrin, is your regular host, but sometimes guest quizmasters will also steer you through our weekly minefield of trivia. Fun, relatively easy, compounded with a snowball rollover open to all quiz entrants for added glamour.

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Open Mic Night

May 15 @ 8:45 pm - 11:00 pm

A Showcase for local talent, those starting out on the music circuit, those trying out new material and those who simply want to perform. Turn up, chat to Matt the organiser, arrange a spot and play. Full PA, stage and lighting. – In house piano available too !! (It is in tune). Great for performers and audience alike. Bring Your Bagpipes to the Welly

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Welly Wailers

May 17 @ 8:30 pm - 11:00 pm

Sea shanty shenanigans – Mike Green leads a traditional sing-a-long with his motley crew of old sea-dogs providing fine harmony backing. Turn up and join in – song sheets provided. For more info visit: http://www.thewellingtonwailers.com/

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Juicy Lucy

May 18 @ 9:00 pm - 11:40 pm

An absolute privilege to have this band back at the Duke !! In the beginning there was a band called The Misunderstood. Hailed in the late sixties as pioneers of the psychedelic movement by the likes of Pink Floyd, their cause had been championed by John Peel who discovered them whilst he was working as a DJ in the US. He was so impressed by them that he produced their first recordings in 1966 and invited them to come to the…

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Jazz Session

May 19 @ 3:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Local musicians jamming in a mellow tone from 3 Pm – guests have included Michele Nardell, Zoe Lewis, Matt Szul, Dan Cartwright, Theseus Gerard, Victoria Wilson, Dave Smith, Piers Clarke, Spencer Prescod, Sarah l.Harris, Olly Vincent, Alison David. … but watch this space – always high quality and accessible.

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Blyth Power & The Lovely Brothers

May 19 @ 9:00 pm - 11:30 pm

Formed in late 1983 by singer/drummer Joseph Porter, Blyth Power remains one of the most original and innovative bands around, and one of the prime features about the band is their all-consuming individuality. They have a strikingly identifiable and personalised sound built around Joseph’s epic songs, with their colourful personnel, exotic story-lines and crashing, impassioned choruses. Overriding everything is the breadth and content of the lyrics, which Mr Porter claims are his first love, and his most cherished care. Irony…

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It’s John Hilditch’s Birthday with music from Laura Ward & the Risen Road @ 5.30 pm

May 20 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

It’s our good friend John’s birthday … A significant one with a zero !! Help us celebrate … pub still open to all. Already a local legend and regular on the Sussex music circuit, Shoreham based Laura Ward and members of her band, The Risen Road, perform a set of original roots tunes plus new and vivid interpretations of songs from the traditional canon. Drawing on nu-folk, bluegrass, Irish and contemporary sources, Laura Ward and the Risen Road’s music celebrates…

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Weekly Quiz

May 21 @ 8:30 pm - 11:00 pm

Reg Perrin, is your regular host, but sometimes guest quizmasters will also steer you through our weekly minefield of trivia. Fun, relatively easy, compounded with a snowball rollover open to all quiz entrants for added glamour.

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Folk Night with the Rude Mechanicals

May 23 @ 8:30 pm - 11:00 pm

Based in Shoreham, Sussex, England, the Mechanicals are Mick Parker, Ray Chandler and Barry Ruffell, sometimes augmented by other musical pals when extra instrumentation is needed. Their musical style is informal, their repertoire extensive and adaptable, and their playing and singing highly distinctive.

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