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Nat Johnson plays “for the common good” festival.

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frombonetosatellite, in association with Sheffield Green Party, presents….

A very special live double header as part of the “for the common good” festival of events.

Nat Johnson performs on the back of a sell out tour supporting her debut solo album, her fifth in total, ‘Neighbour of the Year’.

http://www.natjohnson.co.uk/
https://www.facebook.com/natjohnsonband
https://twitter.com/natjohnsonband

Joining Nat will be The Big Eyes Family Players. Formed in 1999, Big Eyes was an outlet for James Green’s solo acoustic experimentations. Many amicable line up changes since, and the band has quietly become a staple on the UK’s Alt-Folk scene. Essentially, a folk-rock The Fall.

http://www.big-eyes.co.uk/
https://www.facebook.com/bigeyesfamilyplayers
https://twitter.com/bigeyesfamily

The show will be at Blue Sky Cafe, within The Old Sharrow Junior School, just off Sharrow Lane. You may know it as the former home of the Three Bears Cafe.

A new venue for us, but it promises to be a cracker. Blue Sky Cafe will be running a licensed bar, stocked by Starmore-Boss of Sharrowvale Road, including a selection of vegan, and non-vegan ales and wines. Non-alcoholic refreshments will also be available.

Doors are 8pm, with a live music curfew of 10.30pm.

All profits from the show will be donated to the Sheffield Green Party

Saturday 11th April
Sky Blue Cafe, off Sharrow Lane, Sheffield.
Tickets £6adv/£8door

See Facebook event page here

Topics: City Wide, Fundraising, General

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