Jaime Wyatt Band Plus Beth Bombara Saturday February 10th 2018 Tingewick Village Hall, Buckingham, MK18 4NN Doors 7.30 p.m. Tickets £12 in advance £14 on the night
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Jaime Wyatt’s newest release Felony Blues, whose title is a nod to records like David
Allan Coe’s Penitentiary Blue, is largely an autobiographical collection of convict
love stories, prison songs, and honky-tonk laments.
Wyatt is a striking figure with
an old soul and a voice like a force of nature. Regardless of genre, the Los Angeles-based
musician is a dynamic performer, who sails naturally between vintage ‘60s and ‘70s
country/rock ’n’ soul anthems and heartfelt country ballads of love and corruption.
Country radio station 95.3 The Bear recently named her, alongside Sturgill Simpson
and Margo Price, as “one of the country artists you may not have heard of, but need
Beth Bombara - Magnet Magazine says, “…the music has a definite Americana style,
her older [punk rock] influences are clearly apparent as well.”
With a folksinger’s head and a rocker’s heart, Beth Bombara has built her career
on an evolving sound that blurs the lines between genres. To those who make their
living onstage, she’s a musician’s musician — a road warrior who writes her own exemplary
material, plays multiple instruments, and fronts her own band, often a duo with her
husband. With 2017’s ‘Map & No Direction,’ Bombara’s songs take aim at a larger audience
with melodic hooks that showcase a love not only for roots-rock, but the irresistible
punch of classic pop, too.