After last year’s Electric Strawbs concert at the pier,Dave wanted to come back to the end of Worthing Pier. Well they are back and what a night it is going to be
The Strawbs emerged out of the British Folk Movement of the mid-1960s, starting life as the Strawberry Hill Boys playing bluegrass. They moved into the mainstream in 1967 by making the first Strawbs album, All Our Own Work, with Sandy Denny, a full year before she recorded her first album with Fairport Convention. The album attracted the attention of A&M Records in Hollywood who signed Strawbs as the first British band on the label.
Strawbs albums Hero & Heroine, Bursting At The Seams, Ghosts, and Grave New World define the music. The current Strawbs line-up comprises of Dave Cousins, lead guitarist Dave Lambert, bass player Chas Cronk as well as other great musicians. This performance promises to be a remarkable evening spanning Progressive Rock and English Folk across the decades – do not miss out! You will hear all the classics plus stories of their lives together
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
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Tickets £20 + booking fee each or on the night £24 +bf if available
www.worthingpier.co.uk or the
Southern Pavilion the building at the sea end of the pier