Inaproppriate Handclap with special guest DJ Paul Clark
Have you ever clapped out of time to your favorite tune, sung the chorus too early or just generally gooned about unselfconsciously on a dance floor with love in your heart and a smile on your face? If the answer is yes then welcome home! Formed of a collective of local DJ’s and friends with the intention of throwing some great parties and playing some great records please feel free to share and let people know about this night. You can expect the very best in Funk, Soul, Disco, Classic House, Hip Hop, Ska, Latin, Rock steady, Pop, Rock & Roll, everything and anything that makes us smile and want to dance… This is not about being part of a scene or trying to be cool its about being true to yourself and spreading positive vibes and love using the power of music and collective energy… If you have an open heart, open ears and an open mind then this is the place for you.. Inappropriate Handclap……….doing it for the right reasons.
Bernard Allison USA
After playing at Worthing Piers Southern Pavilion earlier in the year with Mike Zito and Vaja Sky on the Ruf Blues Caravan 2018 tour Bernard Allison is back with his own tour and it is going to be brilliant. He is the face on the magazines, voice on the radio, the man who will rock the audience. He is the songwriter whose latest studio album Let It Go is already considered a hot tip. He has a work ethic that would make most of the other musicians gasp for breath, but for this creative energy miracle, already in his mid-fifties, it's nothing out of the ordinary. With Let It Go , the blues year 2019 starts with a bang and it feels as if Bernard Allison will be coming back home because his new album has been released again on Ruf Records: the label founded in 1994 for his father - the much too early deceased Chicago blues legend Luther Allison. It is equally significant that Bernard Let It Go was recorded in the birthplace of the blues, Tennessee, and focused on the essentials of the sound of the twelve songs. “Let It Go was recorded at the Bessie Blue Studio in Stantonville, Tennessee, in collaboration with legendary producer Jim Gaines, "says Bernard. "We decided not to swamp the CD with keyboards or brass, but to focus on the real, clear sound of the rhythm section - and even better song writing." The repertoire of the blues heavyweight speaks for itself, but Let It Go recalls that Bernard Allison manages to turn up another gear again and again. "We all just came together as a group to make this album," says Bernard, "to capture the chemistry between us as friends and band. I liked watching the faces of everyone during the session. Everyone gave 110% ... “ Don’t miss this exciting night down the pier Tickets available from www.worthingpier.co.uk or the Southern Pavilion Cafe in person Unreserved seating and standing. There are pillars that may restrict viewing Follow us on twitter WorthingPierSouthPav (@WorthingPierPav) www.worthingpier.co.uk
What's On At The Pier
We have a fantastic events line-up for 2017, with speciality music, comedy and more! Here's what's on...