Date: Sunday 14th June 2020
Songwriters: by Dan Haynes
Whether it’s in a cosy folk club still lost in the sixties, or a modern-day arena pulsing with energy, a great song never fails to capture and transport an audience.
Yet whilst some artists merely manage the magic a handful of times, there are others who strike gold time and time again.
In this long-awaited, debut show Songwriters, Dan Haynes pays tribute to a host of songwriter legends that have inspired his music.
From the epic George Harrison, Paul Simon and Don Mclean to the contemporary icons Ben Howard, Laura Marling and Bon Iver, this stunning concert is a must-see for all lovers of acoustic music.
Interwoven with his original music, this ‘’acoustic guitar masterclass’’ (Media Luchs, Germany) also received five-star reviews at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2019.
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‘Stunning!’ BBC Radio.
‘An acoustic guitar masterclass! A thrilling experience’ Media Luchs Germany.
‘Serious skills as a guitarist and songwriter’ Edinburgh Fringe Review.
Tickets are non-refundable.
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