Rachael Dadd is an “authentic and unpretentious” folk singer based in Bristol and Japan is releasing a new album, Bite the Mountain on the excellent Broken Sound Records (home to The Mariner’s Children, Tristram et al). She is doing a proper UK tour and Willkommen are VERY EXCITED to have her down for the night in August performing a rare unplugged show in the cosy space of the unchartered Caxton Arms basement.
With her for the night is the elegant and supremely talented Rozi Plain who released a debut on Fence Records which has been on repeat in many a Willkommener household.
And opening up is the indescribable Ichi, a multi talented Japanese experimentalist/mentalist. Expect the sound of everything and nothing being clanged and beautifully thrown together.
The room has a small capacity of about 50 and this is definitely going to be something special so do the right thing and buy tickets in advance.
Tickets available at Resident Records (01273 606312)
Thursday August 4th
£5 advance/6 on door
Doors 7.30pm, first act on at 8.30pm