Friday, January 28, 2011

Nigel of Bermondsey at Old Nun's Head

South London singer songwriter Nigel of Bermondsey is now hosting a FREE monthly night of music at the Old Nun's Head on the last Friday of the month. Tonight (28th January) there's this:

'On this month's bill, I have three wonderful acts for your delight and wonderment. From Norwood we have Paul Garside, kitchen sink troubadour extraordinaire. From Switzerland via Covent Garden and Walworth we have the amazing Karla, space indie meets Laurie Anderson with a healthy dose of electronica. And finally we have the truly unmissable John Constable aka John Crow singing shape shifting songs of the wild and the urban. He is 'like Shakespeare on acid' (Time Out)'

No doubt Nigel (who used to be in Britpop band Gay Dad incidentally) will also be singing some of his fine songs too. Here he is with Them Cross Bones, a song inspired by the old burial ground in Redcross Way, Southwark:

8:30 to 11:30 at the Old Nun’s Head, 15 Nunhead Green, London, SE15 3QQ. See you down there?

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