Date: Sunday 2nd June 2019
Gwelhellin is the collective adventure of three very different musicians:
Songwriter and multi-instrumentalist (Melody Maker Top Soloist) Jonathon X Coudrille,
Guitarist and Vocalist Anthonius Apple
and, Percussionist and Drummer Dangerous David Painter
who together create an irresistible performance drawn from their international musical experience.
Expect: Vintage and thoroughbred Melodies, turbocharged Harmonies; eco-hybrid Rhythms, high-powered Jazz, three-speed Waltzes, torquing Blues, well-oiled Duchy and Western, high-octane Urbane-and-Eastern, high-mileage Gypsy songs of the road, growling Boogie-Woogie, Torch Songs with a brand new battery and, Original Reflections in the Mirror of Time.
Mr. Coudrille: Guitar, Trumpet, 7 string Banjo, Balalaika, Piano and Vocals
Mr. Apple: Guitar, Banjo, Piano and Vocals
Mr. Painter: Percussion, Washboard, train-whistle and Kit
With skill, gravitas and occasional hilarity they splice their widely varied roots to conjure at times a surprisingly Classical heredity
“Clever and entertaining” (St. Ives Festival)
This is a benefit concert raising funds to install a Hearing Loop at the Hall, Praa Sands
Tickets in advance : Standard £8.00
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Praa Sands Community Centre
The Centre is run by a team of local volunteers as a charity to provide the local community with a safe and welcoming facility hosting educational, entertainment and other activities for all ages and groups.
We are always looking for new ways to increase the usage of the Centre, and we would welcome your ideas and inputs on this subject