PAUL JAMES AND THE DROWNED LOVERS

Type:Music - Folk

Old Milton Road, New Milton, Hampshire, BH25 6DS

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PAUL JAMES AND THE DROWNED LOVERS

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Paul James is best known as a member of the legendary folk band Blowzabella. His solo album The Drowned Lover and Other Dark Tales draws on traditional folk songs with strong stories and his ability to bring all kinds of musicians and influences together in striking ways. The band build on that, drawing on folklore, world music, indie rock, funk and jazz influences, to make a glorious sound that veers from quiet acoustic textures to full-blooded rock and electronica. Live they play everything on the album and a few surprising cover versions about life, death, joy and disappointment.

Paul James - vocals, saxophones. Fiona Barrow - violin. Emma Holbrook - drums. Chris Moore - keyboards. Victor Nicholls - electric guitar, loops, f/x. Jo Wadeson - bass.

Paul James is a singer and musician from Newbury. He plays with folk legends Blowzabella, the European band Evening Star and the folk-dance band The Playford Liberation Front. He composed the music for the critically acclaimed "Comus" at Shakespeare's Globe in 2016 and you occasionally hear his music as part of the scores for TV programmes and documentaries.

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Season (22 Mar 2019)
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Friday19:30 - 21:30

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