Music |
1st November 2023

Doors 7.30pm | Tickets £15.50 | Plus Support Banjo Jen | Malt Room Standing

Baskery is a Swedish alternative Americana folk rock band, comprising the three sisters Greta, Stella and Sunniva Bondesson.

Baskery is a band built on what three sisters can do together and it’s all about turning the music on its head, blending the straightforwardness of punk with the subtlety of songwriting.

The band have released four studio albums “Fall Among Thieves” (2008), “New Friends” (2011), “Little Wild Life” (2013) and “Coyote & Sirens” (2018).

All four albums received great acclaim by the press and are released in numerous countries. The releases in combination with relentless touring have given the band a reputation as one of the music scene’s most noticeable live acts.

In August 2014 they signed a world wide recording deal with Warner Bros Music (Los Angeles). Baskery is one of few Swedish acts to get signed directly to a US major label.

In 2015 the sisters were invited to join legendary artist Robbie Williams as opener and special guests on his arena-tour throughout Europe. Later the same year they also toured the US with Gary Clark Jr and Brandi Carlile.

2017 and 2018 were both equally busy with multiple international tours, including appearances at Bonnaroo, Newport Folk Festival, Arroyo Seco, UtopiaFest and Bottlerock.

Banjo Jen

Banjo Jen

Sheffield-based artist Banjo Jen is difficult to categorise but easy to fall for. Her unique brand of folky Americana, with insightful observations and an eclectic original repertoire, has seen her gain a growing reputation as one to watch on the UK singer-songwriter scene. With razor-sharp songwriting, percussive Appalachian step-dancing and between-song banter to make you laugh out loud, her refreshingly original live act is guaranteed to win the heart of every crowd.

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1st November 2023

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