Broadside Hacks

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What the hell is Broadside Hacks?

Is it a band? Is it a label? Is it a club? Is it a promoter?

It’s all of those things.

Simplest to call it a collective, reckons Campbell Baum, its founder. Simplest, as a listener, just to accept Broadside Hacks as a mark of something interesting, of a way of approaching folk music that combines creative freedom with respect for the past.

Simplest to understand Broadside Hacks does not mean musicians steeped in the folk clubs, but musicians who have created their own folk club to create their own understanding of the tradition. Simpler than that: listen to the brilliant album Songs Without Authors, credited to Broadside Hacks, but sung by an array of brilliantly talented individual artists – among them Katy J Pearson, Pixx, Yorkston Thorne Khan and Aga Ujma.

 

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Important information

Age guidance: Ages 14+ (to comply with licencing laws, 14 – 17yrs must be accompanied by a responsible adult)

Duration: 60 Minutes

Broadside Hacks | Katy J Pearson & Maudlin - Willie of Winsbury

Tickets

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Under 18: £7.50

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Sunday

22 May

10:00 pm

£7.50 - £16.00

Image Credit: Broadside Hacks

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