Wed May 19 2021

8:30 PM (Doors 7:00 PM)

Green Note

106 Parkway London NW1 7AN

All Ages

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THUNDER AND RAIN: With their roots in traditional bluegrass and folk, this Colorado-based five-piece has established a strong footing, appealing to the same audience as The Stray Birds, Lindsay Lou & The Flatbellys and The Pine Hearts. Fusing melodic elements of rock and pop with acoustic instrumentation, they have created a very distinctive sound of their own.

It took the release of their superb 2017-issued “Start Believing” album to stimulate the UK media into paying serious attention. Reviews were fittingly flattering and they got a load of radio exposure too. Now, they return with a brand new album to promote, and aiming to impress again.
 

“Imagine The Stray Birds with a slightly bigger sound,” declared Maverick magazine, while FolkRadioUK maintained they were “recalling the early days of 10,000 Maniacs.” Over at RnR magazine, a writer who is taken more seriously than many, David Innes, told readers: “There’s something special happening here,” while AmericanaUK recommended them as having “a lovely warm feel that will brighten your day.”


Please note, this show is rescheduled from 20th May 2020. Tickets remain valid.

 

Thunder and Rain *POSTPONED*

  • Sorry, there are currently no tickets available through TicketWeb.
  • Thunder and Rain

    Thunder and Rain

    Bluegrass

Thunder and Rain *POSTPONED*

Wed May 19 2021 8:30 PM

(Doors 7:00 PM)

Green Note London
Thunder and Rain *POSTPONED*
  • Sorry, there are currently no tickets available through TicketWeb.

All Ages

THUNDER AND RAIN: With their roots in traditional bluegrass and folk, this Colorado-based five-piece has established a strong footing, appealing to the same audience as The Stray Birds, Lindsay Lou & The Flatbellys and The Pine Hearts. Fusing melodic elements of rock and pop with acoustic instrumentation, they have created a very distinctive sound of their own.

It took the release of their superb 2017-issued “Start Believing” album to stimulate the UK media into paying serious attention. Reviews were fittingly flattering and they got a load of radio exposure too. Now, they return with a brand new album to promote, and aiming to impress again.
 

“Imagine The Stray Birds with a slightly bigger sound,” declared Maverick magazine, while FolkRadioUK maintained they were “recalling the early days of 10,000 Maniacs.” Over at RnR magazine, a writer who is taken more seriously than many, David Innes, told readers: “There’s something special happening here,” while AmericanaUK recommended them as having “a lovely warm feel that will brighten your day.”


Please note, this show is rescheduled from 20th May 2020. Tickets remain valid.

 

Thunder and Rain

Thunder and Rain

Bluegrass