Son Of Tingestock 5 great acts Saturday 22nd July 2023 The Legendary Tingewick Village Hall Main Street, Tingewick, nr Buckingham MK18 4NN Doors 4.45 pm Tickets £22.50 in advance, £27 on the night, if available
Due to sound check restriction the door time indicates the earliest opportunity we can give access to the venue. Live music will start 20-30 minutes after the door open time.
Its back! Tingestock has returned after a three year hiatus, and been reborn as SON OF TINGESTOCK.
The Village Hall has had a makeover but retaining those great acoustics and we are in for over five hours of great live music. With the friendly welcome from The Royal Oak opposite and the chance to meet up with friends, what’s not to love about the Greatest Music Festival in a Village Hall.
All the acts are headliners in their own right but we have listed them here in order of their stage times, subject to change, so arrive early to make sure you don’t miss any of them
Our old friend Pete is taking time off from playing with the Siren Soul Orchestra and will open up proceedings for us with a solo set. It will be good to have him back again.
I saw this Australian brother and sister play at the launch party for Pete’s first solo album ‘Here There’s No Siren’ and was mightily impressed. They will present a lively set with great sibling harmonies.
The Wanted Sisters.
Their website says it all really. “Raw Americana delivered by two striking bad-ass women, Savannah and Cat, who punch out songs from the heart. Their debut song “Been Through Hell” went straight to the top of the iTunes Country Charts and was quickly play listed by BBC Radio”.
Our Man In The Field.
This is a band rapidly making a name for themselves headed up by Alex Ellis. They have toured the UK and Europe extensively and last year launched their sophomore album recorded in Portland Oregon with producer Tucker Martine.
Check out this beautiful song. Thin (Used To Be Bullet Proof)
The Blue Highways.
Another band I have high hopes for, BH is a band of brothers with a +1 who play killer rock ’n’ roll. Their second album ‘Out On The Line’ was released on March 31st. Fatea said of their first EP, ‘With The Blue Highways clearly a band here to stay, this is a superb debut which perfectly showcases their talents’.