The Greene Note, Thursday 4th July
July sees The Greene Note host an array of acts to serenade you on a Summer's evening (fingers crossed it will feel like Summer!) on Thursday 4th July in the Greene Room.
Cook and the Case, the headline act, are a five-piece from London. With passion in every performance, intelligent songwriting and Buckley-esque vocals they are not to be missed. Due to play Ronnie Scott’s in September - see them here first.
Formed just over a year ago in Chesham, Big Sixes are a vital new force on the indie scene, embracing influences from the melodic beauty of Bon Iver to the emotionalism of My Bloody Valentine. Catch their acoustic set here at The Greene Note. Last time they played here they blew the audience away.
Harry Phillips, a young man with a guitar from Aldbury, will be opening the evening. He hasn’t played at the Greene Note before but having listened to his songs, this booking was a must!
Advance tickets £7/£5 from the Kings Arms or online at www.wegottickets.com/event/228116 or £8 on the door. 8.30pm - late.