TWO top acoustic guitarists take to the stage for April’s Tuery Sessions at the Cross Keys in Alcester.
Hailing from Kenilworth in Warwickshire, Jack Hopkinson is a singer-songwriter playing folk-pop Americana mixed with a little bit of Country.
If you like Foy Vance, Passenger, John Mayer and Jack Savoretti, you’ll dig his music.
Also on the bill and with a sound rooted in the haze of the English folk revival, is Henry Parker.
With a style reminiscent of such players as Bert Jansch and Nick Drake in the 1960s and early 70s, his songs and tunes arrive either worked from his own hand, or are borrowed and developed from the traditional British folk cannon.
Those that have seen him perform on a hollow-body electric guitar, understand the influence and impression that modern jazz has made on his music.
It’s all on this Sunday, April 22 and the music starts at 6pm, plus there Will be a raffle and jam session to finish. Free entry.