Tickets £12 online. £14 OTD. Doors 7.30pm. Concert 8.00pm.
British Folk-Rock group Julie July Band perform at CICCIC and a real a major coup to get such a prestigious vocalist and band to perform at our arts centre.
The Fotheringay Tour 2021
Julie July Band have built a substantial reputation with reinterpretations and arrangements of the work of singer-songwriter Sandy Denny. The Fotheringay Tour 2021 features new songs to the repertoire from 1970 Album;- ‘Pond and the Stream, Nothing More, The Sea, The Way I Feel, Winter Winds, Late November, Gypsy Davey plus some old favourites.
The band will also include tracks from their own self-penned Album ‘Lady of the First Light’ Inspired by Sandy’s work and the wider folk, rock and blues movements of the Sixties and Seventies. British Folk Rock at its best!
- “Julie July and her band have delivered a first-rate collection of contemporary Folk Rock music. Quality songs, superb vocals and forthright lyrics delivered with skill, technique and conviction. Perfectly conceived, recorded and superbly realised – this is proof that she is one of the brightest talents in the UK right now” John O’Regan Journalist & Broadcaster – fRoots, Living Tradition, LCCR.
- ‘Went to the gig @ Birmingham Kitchen Garden Café last night and really enjoyed the set. Great musicianship and arrangements from the band and Julie’s superb vocal interpretations of Sandy Denny’s songbook really do justice to what is outstanding material. A couple of original songs of their own were also performed and fitted into the set very well indeed. Thanks for an evening of great live music and placing an outstanding musical legacy right where it should be, alive and well and being performed for people to enjoy. A rare opportunity not to be missed!” (Garry – Birmingham)
- “Have you heard of this fantastic singer Julie July and her band, they cover Sandy Denny songs and to say they cover them is to do them a disservice. They bring life back to the songs….and I am sure if Sandy was still here, she would have loved them” (Ken)