Easter in Christmasterton…. No, hold on, I meant Christmas in Easterton; it’s not complicated, yet, in a way, it is. Have I lost you with the first sentence? It’s okay, I’ll be brief and let you get on with your tea.
The sleepy village of Easterton, squashed between Lavington and Urchfont are to get an awakening when accomplished Devizes four-piece band, It’s Complicated arrive on December 8th for a night of festive fun, in aid of making vital improvements to the Village Hall, at the erm, well, the Village Hall itself!
On departing popular function band, Friday Feeling, drummer and vocalist Tim Watts, vocalist and keyboardist Jacqueline Sherlock, and guitarist Tom Evans, formed It’s Complicated in 2017 in a bid to experiment with a more unique approach to classic pop songs. With a diverse repertoire ranging from Led Zeppelin to Michael Jackson, and bass player, Stephen Barron added to the trio, they’ve come along way in a just a couple of short years and have now begun writing their own original material, which has been well received live and on radio plays. Backing Tamsin Quin on her album launch at the Cellar Bar, appearing at Farringdon’s FollyFest, as well as gigs at the Southgate and The Royal Oak in Easterton, it’s hardly complicated at all; they’re one to watch.
Tickets are £15, includes a tasty supper, and can be purchased in advance by calling Moira on 01380 818094 or David on 01380 812527, who promise to “mingle &jingle in style!”
But whoa, hold on to your tinsel, if you wanted a little extra in the stocking, expect tiny package of wonderful, Kirsty Clinch to also perform. Princess of YouTube, Kirsty picked up a guitar aged seven and begged her mum for singing lessons. Now a twenty-something with an inimitable angle on country rock, acoustic and pop, her natural ability to entertain will beam a glittery sprinkle to this already exciting function; that I guarantee!
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