Steve Pilgrim

24th Nov 2019, 8:00pm

The Arts Centre

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Sunday 24th November 8:00pm
Steve Pilgrim

‘One of the great understated modern day songsmiths. I love Pilgrim’s voice, his lyrics, his sense of melody. His music is really something special.’ Paul Weller

With years of international touring, Steve Pilgrim is a highly acclaimed drummer and singer-songwriter. Well-known as musician with Paul Weller, Steve has performed and shared the stage with Noel Gallagher, Roger Daltry, Kelly Jones, Emeli Sande, Villagers, Lucy Rose, Graham Coxon, Robert Wyatt and Corinne Bailey Rae, to name a few.

He’s written and recorded 4 studio albums, most recently with musical support from the Mod father himself, and on his last 2 recordings the Double Bass legend Danny Thompson (Nick Drake/Pentangle/John Martyn)

His work garners support from fans and critics alike. His songs are elegantly constructed, woven through with honesty and passion and sung from the heart. An acoustic performance from Steve is intimate and honest, both melancholic and celebratory, leaving captivated audiences stirred and hungry for more.

 

With support from Katie Mac

Katie Mac is a singer-songwriter from Huyton, Liverpool. Taking influence from Laura Marling, Joni Mitchell and Regina Spektor, she has also been compared to the likes of Patti Smith, PJ Harvey and Kate Bush. She has found great support off Dave Monks of BBC Introducing in Merseyside, and has been opened up towards a national audience with the help of BBC Radio 6 Music. Katie Mac released her first EP in August 2018, with another ready to be released in December 2019. Both EP’s have been produced by Sam Duckworth of Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly.

Tickets: £10 / £8 concessions / £5 EHU Students
Free for EHU Students with Arts Centre Membership