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Cider & Music Mini Festival with Amazing West Country Music – Sat 18 June

CICCIC Cider & Music Festival Taunton PosterSat 18th June7.30pm. £8.00 or £7.00 concession if booked online or £9 on the door with £8 concession.
What a great way to celebrate Somerset’s cider and West Country music with CICCIC’s Cider & Music Mini Festival, where you’ll get the chance to try many different cider’s and enjoy some amazing foot stomping music from over 8 musicians that will enhance your cider drinking experience.
It starts with some amazing and unusual ciders from the like’s of Taunton’s own Sheppys Cider and Thatchers, but of course we will be serving our usual bar drinks too. Then you get the chance to here some proper music from…

Imprints at the Outcider Festival

Imprints at the Outcider Festival


Imprints are a folk, shanty, rock band who bring with them their high-octane, frantic yet focused spin on the current folk-rock genre and are amazing to see live as their performance and music take you to heights that you would have never seen before.
Imprints at present, continue to push the boundaries of folk tinged acoustic rock, developing new sounds, writing new material, finding new covers and conquering new audiences. All with a smile, a shout, a pint in hand and a ruddy good foot stomp. What more could you ask for at CICCIC’s Cider & Music Mini Fest.

snake, snake, snake, at ciccicThe Legendary Snake, Snake, Snake

The Legendary Snake, Snake, Snake who are a musical Burrow hill-billy three piece from Somerset featuring guitar, banjo, melodica and cello. They describe their sound as Johnny Cash meets Hayseed Dixie and The Ramones. A sort of country, cowpunk, vaudeville, mish mash.

“These guys can really bring the roof down and get you up and dancing, and with their cowpunk approach to music I simply love what they stand for and do for the local music scene. I ‘king love these guys and you really need to see them perform to understand how unique they are” – Andrew Knutt, director and head of programming at CICCIC.

Since then The Legendary Snake, Snake, Snake have honed their craft entertaining audiences all over – from weddings to wakes to wassails. In pubs, clubs, music festivals, cider festiivals and chilli festivals. In barns, on lorries and on moving tractors. They’re just as happy on a big festival stage in front of a crowd of revellers as busking in the back room of your local.
To call it bluegrass may offend the purists, but if you’ve never heard Duellin’ Banjos played on banjo, guitar, cello, harmonica, ukulele, xylophone, kazoo and stylophone, and you want to, then maybe they can help.

Jimmy Moore

Jimmy Moore is a very talented singer/songwriter and performer and you’ll be amazed with his own style and playing songs of drinking, the land and sea, love, girls and much much more.
As a guitarist and musician, singer, songwriter, promoter, teacher and overall music lover, Jimmy has racked in experience of a few hundred shows including performances for hotels, weddings, festivals and house shows!
“When Jimmy performed here last year I was so impressed by his style of playing and singing. A true artist who performs with his heart and brings a fresh approach to the acoustic music scene and a great song writer of proper West Country Music” – Andrew Knutt, director and head of programming at CICCIC.
Not forgetting helping raise thousands upon thousands of pounds for charities local and national all over the South West Jimmy strives to make an impact on people not only with music, but with character too. His kindness is infectious…and his performance is one that should not be missed.
“Jimmy is a perfect example of shimmering, dexterous picking that goes beyond the usual ‘guy with a guitar’ expectations” – Dave Franklin, Swindon Advertiser 2014
“Billy Brag meets up with Newton Faulkner and Frank Turner to play poker with Andy McKee. Strong chords, Guitar tapping, Instrumentals and relatable lyrics. Jimmy Moore Is rising from the South West to make a big dent in the system.” – Calnefest 2013

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