Revelator Records presents an international evening of live alt-folk and blues from the depths of Homerton E9 at The Wash, 206 Well St.
Showtimes are as follows
Doors open 6pm
6.30 – 7.00pm – The Big Nasty (LDN)
7.15 – 7.45pm – Dylan Walshe (IRE)
8pm – 8.45pm – Andy Dale Petty (US)
Donations on the door.
We’ll be serving food and drink in the cafe from 6pm so come down early if you want a table.
ANDY DALE PETTY
Born in NORTHERN GEORGIA sometime between 1985 and 1986, raised by a single mother and clan of cousins, first instrument was harmonica then ukelele then got addicted to the GUITAR and the BANJO, BUSKING in every street corner in the tiniest towns of south central Tennenesee and then went on travel and i mean travel! and thats what he’s doing best Travel with THE TRAIN or by foot and writing songs about it and about live in general, toured europe a several times and america up and down, mostly only him with his guitar, no guitar amp thats to heavy to carry just THE MAN AND HIS ANDY DALE PETTY is a MODERN FOLK SINGER a troubadour AMERICANA BLUE GRASS and multitalented songwriter in the tradition of BERT JANSCH, MISSISSIPPI JOHN HURT and WOODY GUTHRIE
Ireland’s rising son, Dylan Walshe, an alternative roots artist from Dublin, whose varied palette draws from; traditional Irish and European folk, to North African and Americanised blues, but his sound is his own. He is known for his robust guitar playing and warm unique vocal style. Where songwriting is his craft and his lyrics are both insightful and poetic.
After many years of gigging, Dylan has finally chosen to take on recording. In July 2012, Dylan suffered a near fatal accident & 2013 saw his return to live performances, performances which went from local to international. Although many independent radio stations from Sidney to San Francisco have had Dylan’s unreleased tracks aired on their shows, including many live radio performances over the years, 2013 also saw his first official release on Squoodge records (Billy Childish, Reverend Beatman, Bloodshot Bill) of Berlin, Germany. A new venture with Muddy Roots of Nashville USA is currently underway & an album will follow shortly.
Never one to be easily tagged with generic genres, Dylan has been billed for shows representing a variety of areas in music such as folk, singer songwriter, country, blues, one man band, rock ‘n’ roll, Celtic & a cappella to name just a few…
THE BIG NASTY
The Big Nasty are a harmonica, drums, and vocal duo who beat out crude rhythms without skill or mercy. Their utter lack of respect for the time-honored tradition of songwriting is clearly displayed through the atrocious row that they create… which can only exist to satisfy their own selfish and hedonistic needs.