The Cannon PH,
Newport Pagnell


Jam Sessions in the BAR 1st Wednesday of month From 8.30 PM. (Newcomers welcome, folk, blues, bluegrass, Irish.)
BEGINNERS, EXPERTS, MUSICIANS and SINGERS ALL WELCOME.

The Cannon Wednesday jam session is now monthly - more support would be welcome.


Some previous acts:

Hot String Quintet
Dick Smith/Mike O'Reilly Band
Fat Freddy's Cat
Island Girls
Hairy Marys
Coup de Grass
Joe Stead
Sid Kipper
Jenny Newman
A Band Like Alice
Chris Moreton
Little Chuck Little
The JCB's
Fred Wedlock
3 Sticks
Ken Perlman
Mllpond Moon
Kate Howden & Paul Jones
Dave Ellis & Boo Howard
Les Barker
Derek Brimstone
Dangerous Curves
The Ragged People
Martin Carthy
Steve Gifford
Tom Travis
The Amazing Mr Smith

CannonLive
Events


Folk and Bluegrass


Sessions

April 4th, 2008

Our sessions at the Cannon (Wednesdays) and 1st Monday at the magic Wok are still running - see web-page home.

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Quicksilver, Cannonlive 30 March 2007

March 31st, 2007

Quicksilver (Hilary Spencer and Grant Baynham) performed a great gig at the Cannonlive on 30 March. Hilary Spencer (That Voice in acapella meistersingers Artisan) and Grant Baynham (ex-’That’s Life!’ and comic songsmith to the stars) have been working together since 2002. Both Hilary’s singing and Grant’s guitar playing mightily impressed the audience. Their material could be described as folk music, but not quite as we know it, more like folk music that has been disassembled, given a thorough overhaul and polish up, and reassembled shinier and funnier than before.
The songs were great, including La Vie en Rose from Edith Piaf (sung by Hilary in French), the lively “Middleton Hiring Fair” and several songs by the late Jake Thackray, their favourite songwriter, including “Widow of Bridlington”.

Once again, attendance could have been better, but those who did turn up enjoyed an evening of excellent music.

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2 March - support

March 3rd, 2007

Pleasant surprise of the night was the support spot by Jo Horne, from Northampton. She is one of the better acoustic guitar pickers from this region, has a great bluesy voice, and sings many of her own interesting songs, as well as some covers. Your website maintainer listened with a dawning sense of discovering someone special. In the interval, there was a small rush to buy copies of Jo’s CD and DVD.
Jo runs an Open Mic. club in the Northampton area, and, while currently residing in the Northampton area, has worked and performed in Germany.
Jo can be contacted on 07828903184, or Johorne5506@hotmail.co.uk

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Dave and Boo - 23 February

February 24th, 2007

Those who attended the Dave & Boo gig enjoyed a fine night, as the duo were on form. Dave had a collection of guitars and other instruments with him, and at the end of the evening brought out his Fender electric guitar, which he used to play in his rock’n roll days.
The evening was opened by local singer Linda Watkins, with Godfrey on bass guitar.

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London Philharmonic Skiffle Orchestra.

January 28th, 2007

If you didn’t come to this gig on 26 Jan, you missed a great night. The LPSO are fine musicians, who can busk a variety of styles, from classical, through East European gypsy, folk, Irish, to skiffle. They are also a good laugh and like to dress up. Dick, the bass player, is the straight man, the two Martins are funny, while percussionist Captain Cabbage has licence to be a complete nutter.

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August Cannonlive gig

July 26th, 2006

Pat Mason writes “I have booked for the 31st August ‘The Growling old Men’ supported by Hootenanny 3. I am waiting for more info from Leon Hunt. October I thought we would do another Open Mic Night. “

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The most anticipated concerts in 2016

February 20, 2016

If you enjoy listening to good music and you feel better the second when you hear a good tune, you probably found out about the most exciting tours and concerts that will be held this year. Whether you want to go alone, with your friends or with a gorgeous lady from http://www.escortguide.co.uk/escorts/city_gb_london, these are the music festivals that you should not miss in 2016.

Enjoy the vibes in a pleasant company

The Libertines still succeed to amaze the crowds, so listening to them in Amsterdam will be great surprise. If you visit this fascinating city in March and you are lucky enough to find tickets for the concert, you will witness how they squabble over guitars just like when they were younger. The catchy melodies and poetic lyrics will truly mesmerize you and your sweet companion, so that this event will be quite memorable.

If you are a fan of Muse, you will be delighted to find out that they will start a new tour in April, in Dublin. But you can go with your companion to Manchester in 8 of April and attend to one of their concert if you can still find tickets. Fans from Netherlands, Germany, Sweden and France are eager to attend to this event, so make sure you book your tickets in advance if you want to be present when Muse will perform on stage.

Get your hands on two Stone Roses tickets and attend to their concert in Manchester, this June. Go with your lovely companion and you will never forget the day spent together. Ian Brown and the boys are more than capable to offer an explosive atmosphere at Etihad Stadium and songs such as “Love spreads”, “Fools gold” and “I wanna be adored” will sure make you sing along with your idols during their live show.

Because Deftones possess the sound, look and raw talent required from a first class rock band, it is not a surprise they appeal fans of all ages and from all over the world. In case you wish to attend to their live show in June, at the SSE Arena Wembley, London, you will not regret any second listening to their performance.

Justin Bieber will perform in October in London at the O2 Arena. Perhaps you are not his number one fan, but ladies sure enjoy listening to “Baby” and “Where are U now” singles. Although the artist is quite young, he manages to break the hearts of millions of fans. If you want to make a pleasant surprise to a lady, offer her the opportunity to listen to Justin Bieber and she will sure be grateful for the rest of her life. Meet a glamorous lady from http://www.escortguide.co.uk, go together to Bieber’s music concert and you will sure have a great adventure together.

Let the music flow through your veins during these amazing music concerts and make sure you get the most out of these experiences with your tempting companion from London Escort Guide. Don’t miss these shows and be certain that you will enjoy the vibes in a delightful company!