with support from Marisa,Jack&Davy
Green Note, Camden
Monday 18th November
Doors 7:00pm, Live Music 8:30pm
‘Explore the playing of Will Pound, a wonderful harmonica player’ Dame Evelyn Glennie
‘A flat out genius harmonica player’ Mark Radcliffe, BBC Radio 2
‘One of the world’s top harmonica players’ The Daily Telegraph
”Will Pound is a master of the mouth harp”– UNCUT Magazine One of the finest harmonica players of his generation, Will Pound has pushed the boundaries working on a number of projects and musicians which in the past and present include The Will Pound Band, Martin Simpson, Guy Chambers, Concerto Caledonia, Michelle Burke’s Step into my Parlour and The Hillsborough Charity Single.
He has appeared on TV & Radio many times including appearances on BBC Breakfast, BBC2, Radio 2, BBC Radio Scotland, BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, MTV, Radio 1xtra to name a few. Will has been nominated 3 times for the BBC Radio 2 Folk Musician Of The Year Award in 2012, 2014 and 2015, has won FATEA Magazine Instrumentalist Of the Year 2013, 2014 and also was nominated for Songlines Magazine best newcomer.
Bedford based folk trio MarisaJack&Davy formed in 2015 in order to play at the DIY shows and house concerts they were organising. A floor spot for Stick in the Wheel’s folk night on The Golden Hinde encouraged them to further explore British folk music and they were soon seduced by the music of Shirley Collins, The Young Tradition and Nic Jones.
MarisaJack&Davy’s unconventional interpretation of the tradition is shaped by the harmonic blend of their three unique voices, playing styles and their music backgrounds. Marisa is also an illustrator, Davy is an artist from Tonbridge via L.A. and Jack, better known as lead singer/songwriter for psych rock band Wolf People.