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The Gillies / Milton Hide

  When: Sunday 3 March: 8pm
  How often: Every Sunday
  Cost: £10, online booking fee; £12 on the door
  Tickets: Book online
 

TwickFolk present live acoustic, folk and Americana music.

We aim to book the best quality acts across a broad range of genres -- traditional and contemporary

Where: Patchworks bar at The Cabbage Patch pub, 67 London Road
Twickenham, Middlesex TW1 3SZ

The Gillies
Folk singer/songwriter duo from SE London. Their music tells of love, loss, bittersweet and harsh realities, while the distinctive sound of their acoustic guitars create an intense lonesome dark musical style.

“Music for your graveside” is one way they describe their songs. True, there’s darkness in there but also moments of lightness and joy that confirm our existence, and The Gillies can convey all that in just one song.

Their sound, a weaving together of steel-strung and tenor guitars, flits between the ethereal and gritty down-home reality.

Delivered with unaffected clarity, their work combines bittersweet immediacy with an intangible sense of nostalgia.

Milton Hide
AKA Jim and Josie Tipler come from East Sussex and live at the foot of the famous Long Man of Wilmington hill figure.

The duo weave eloquent, well-crafted songs and stories; Jim’s guitar and Josie’s pure vocal delivery blending perfectly.

Arrangements also include percussion, with the clarinet providing a third voice.

Their music has been described as “reminiscent of the Moody Blues” (Living Tradition), “a touch of Fleetwood Mac” and “vintage Steeleye” (Spiral Earth)

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Further information


The Gillies -- Stormflies



Milton Hide -- The Ballad Of Gabriel Oak