Burgess Hill Alive

Supporting the live arts in Burgess Hill

Saturday 15th October 2016, 8.00pm
The Demon Barbers XL
Martlets Hall, Burgess Hill

 

The last show of the 2016 season features The Demon Barbers at the Martlets Hall. They will come complete with a dance line-up to put on the special music and dance extravaganza. This is totally unmissable.

Winners of ‘Best Live Act’ @ BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards

Renowned for their no holds barred approach to their live shows The Demon Barbers return to the concert stage with a new repertoire, extra band members and a modern twist to their multi-award winning Roadshow.

Since winning ‘Best Live Act’ at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards The Demon Barbers have been immersed in the development of their Folk & Hip Hop Dance Extravaganza ‘The Lock In’. Following a number of successful UK tours, including high profile shows at Glastonbury Festival and 5 star reviews for their 2 week run at Edinburgh Fringe, The Demon Barbers now bring some of the UK’s most exciting young Clog, Sword, Hip Hop & Break dancer ... s onto the concert stage to create the live folk music & dance spectacular of the year!

The XL show features new material from their latest album ‘Disco At The Tavern’, a collaboration with Grammy & Emmy Award winners Donal Hodgson and Kipper, best known for their work with Sting.

Combining solid traditional acoustic instruments and songs with the added oomph of a superbly tight rhythm section they create a unique and captivating sound. Energetic fiddle and passionate, distinctive vocals ‘with driven punchy tunes and songs, drum ‘n’ bass grooves, the odd touch of ska and an ever present feel that this lot know how to party’ result in ‘one of the most exciting acts around… check them out….’ fRoots

“The inspiration comes from Damien Barber, front man of the award-winning folk band The Demon Barbers, who supply the floor-shaking live music that alone justifies the price of the ticket” The Independent review of The Lock In

“One of the best live bands I’ve ever seen. If you get a chance to see them – don’t miss it – they are brilliant” Mike Harding, BBC Radio 2

Don't miss this fantastic music extravaganza

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