Lost Horizons
Paul Knight losthorizons.pk@sky.com





Lost Horizons
Presents
The Bara Bara Band
Glyn Shipman
support from

James O'Hara-Knight and Bob thebob Munton

on 20th February 2015




The Bara Bara Band is a London-based folk quartet playing a mix of their own songs, traditional British folk songs and old time American tunes. Ruth Jacob – banjo, guitar, vocals, harmonica, tin whistle Rupert Browne – guitar, vocals
Will Dobson – cajon, percussion Boris Ming – fiddle, keyboards, vocals Hailing from the old mining community of Church Gresley, South Derbyshire, Ruth Jacob started The Bara Bara Band after the split of legendary female folk duo The Lorcas. She joined forces with Rupert Browne of Juniper Leaf fame and the pair started writing songs together.
They are accompanied by Boris Ming (of Juniper Leaf and The Precious Mings) on fiddle and Will Dobson on percussion. Rupert and Ruth also run the monthly folk club TOOTING FOLK, which has become a firm favourite on the London folk scene.

Open Mic from 11 til midnight  - where anything goes

£4 or £3 concessions
at
The Birkbeck
45 Langthorne Road Leytonstone E11
Doors 7.15pm - 12.00pm
open mic from 11pm















Resident Musicians
  • Will O'Donoghue

    Leyton based singer songwriter - upcoming gigs
    15th September 2012 - The Torriano Bar supporting Michele Stodart



  • James O'Hara-Knight

    Rickmansworth based singer songwriter - upcoming gigs
    13 September 2012 - The Trinity in Harrow supporting The Session EP launch
    15 September 2012 - The Torriano Bar in Kentish Town supporting Michele Stodart
    13 October 2012 - The Torriano Bar in Kentish Town supporting Hatful of Rain



  • George Gilman

    Walthamstow based singer songwriter - upcoming gigs
    Currently based at Stirling University - you will definitely see him there


  • Louis Gilman

    Walthamstow based singer songwriter who got his guitar out and won the 2010 Towersey Folk Festival Song Slam
    upcoming gigs
    13 October 2012 - The Torriano Bar in Kentish Town supporting Hatful of Rain
    20 October 2012 - The Heatcote Arms in Leytonstone supporting Said the Maiden


Lost Horizons Folk Club
Lost Horizons Folk and Acoustic Club @ The Birkbeck Tavern E11 4HL

Singer songwriter - Trad - Bands - Contemporary

with resident singer songwriters plus guest band and headliner