‘What Dylan would’ve been like if had he grown up in Cornwall’ NME says of singer-songwriter Ruarri Joseph. His songs have one foot firmly planted in the best of UK folk tradition – Nick Drake, John Martyn, Cat Stevens, Richard Thompson – and the other in the contemporary songwriting movement of David Gray, Newton Faulkner, Paolo Nutini and the late Elliot Smith.
‘Genius… a breath of the freshest air’ THE OBSERVER
Tuesday 16 November
Komedia Studio Bar, £8 advance, doors 7.30pm