Saturday, October 1, 2022
Revolution Records, Penge
Doors 7:00 pm, Concert 7:30pm
1 Central Parade, SE20 7TN
(next to Sainsbury’s)
The record shop has released FIVE additional tickets for my Saturday, October 1, show! So, we'll be a total of 35 folks! Right now we are 30. So, if you'd like to come, stop by the record shop OR email me to arrange payment to reserve your seat. You can buy tickets through me via Paypal or BACS. Just send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The folks at Revolution Records are just plain GREAT! I went in there just after they opened early in 2022 and somehow I ended up flatfoot dancing in the store . . . you know me . . . and then I found a record on which banjo-maker Dave Stacey played back in the 1980s. I got to telling them how I have a Dave Stacey banjo which I bought in an auction up in Lancashire. Then, we started talking about instruments and I mentioned that I played the sewing machine. Well, that was it! We decided there ought be a concert at the record shop!
As I said, there are five tickets and the concert is just over a week away, so get touch with me if you’d like to come or stop in at the record shop and say hello to Conrad and Ken. There is no way to buy tickets online, just in person in the shop or from me (PayPal or BACS).October 9, 2022
Jeni Hankins at TWICKFOLK with
very special guests Biscuits n' Gravy
Cabbage Patch Pub
67 London Road
Tickets: £11 on Door/£9 +.90 pence fee online
I am RIDICULOUSLY excited about this concert! Biscuits n’ Gravy shared the evening with me when I last played TWICKFOLK back in 2017 and our music went together like a dream, like we really were back home at Mawmaw’s sitting in the old cabin and playing the music that grew up in the mountains! NOT TO BE MISSED.
A special note about concerts in these uncertain times! PLEASE consider buying your tickets in ADVANCE for concerts (if this option is offered). One of the greatest anxieties for performers and venues alike is NOT are we going to have a great time, BUT will anyone come? And it's really disheartening not to know until the LAST minute when people start walking through the door. I can't tell the number of times that my duo or I and the venue were on pins and needles when we'd only sold five tickets in advance and then ended up with a full house. It was GREAT to have a full house, BUT we went through a lot of distracting heartache before the show. ONE of the BEST things you can do to support LIVE music and the ARTS is to BUY YOUR TICKET IN ADVANCE! HUGE THANKS! This makes a BIG impact!
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