Sat June 16th Winter/Wilson at Wychwood Folk Club + support by Pete Joshua
The Swan Inn, Shipton Road, Ascott -u- Wychwood, Oxon, OX7 6AY
Tickets £10.00 in advance £12.00 on the door – www.wegottickets.com/wychwoodfolkclub
Start 7.30pm……. Doors 7.00pm
Parking & Bar Available
Contact: Mark/Elaine – 01993831427 or 07870563299
Winter Wilson are back on the road, following a hugely successful UK tour with folk-rock legends Fairport Convention, and now featuring songs from their latest CD Far Off on the Horizon. As with previous offerings, this new album has met with great critical acclaim: “Dave Wilson’s songs pull no punches when relating to the sights and sounds of everyday local life and are complimented by Kip’s powerful and emotional voice.” Daily Telegraph, January 2018
Kip Winter (vocals, accordion, guitar, flute) is one of the finest singers on the circuit, expressing power and emotion in equal measure “from melting to belting”.
Dave Wilson (vocals, guitar and banjo) is amongst the top tier of British song writers, with his songs covered by some of folk’s “greats”.
It’s in live performance that Winter Wilson really excel, bringing a sense of intimacy to every stage, welcoming audiences into their world, mixing songs with stories of life on the road. “This isn’t a performance – it’s a domestic!”
Tight harmonies, killer songs and a lot of fun – that’s Winter Wilson.
“A sublime collection of tracks to kick off the new year in style. Well-balanced, strong songs delivered with care, and by people that are passionate about their craft. Lovely.”
Grem Devlin, Living Tradition Magazine
“Winter Wilson have landed another, right on the bridge of the nose; this is not an album that’s easy to ignore.”
Neil King, Fatea Magazine
“The songs were wonderful, the singing a joy. It is rare that I can sit over 2 hours listening to music I have never heard before, but be absolutely involved from beginning to end. Thank you for a really enjoyable evening.” NM – Lincolnshire
“In 30 years of listening to folk music, I have never heard two voices blend so perfectly together.” David Aird, Chairman Glenfarg Folk Club