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Ronnie Cox

appearing at

Queens Head Inn

Albaston, Gunnislake, Cornwall

20:30 - 22:30

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Ronnie Cox

Genre

Folk / Bluegrass / Rock / Blues

Description

Singer, guitarist, songwriter, recording artist and occasionally gigging musician living in the borderlands of the beautiful Tamar Valley.

Also a member of the almost legendary ‘Los Limpos’, ace Americana rock ‘n roll band.

Ronnie’s latest album is ‘The Singer in The Shed (Kaner An Krow)'

New songs celebrating lives that have been lived, in and around the stunning Tamar Valley in the east of Cornwall.
Resident musician Ronnie Cox and poet Barrie Kelly have collaborated on this varied and highly original album to create stories and characters from the present and the past, from Bodmin Moor's Brown Willy to Calstock’s own Lily of the West, from sad tales of the long decline of Cornish mining to beautiful Spring days in the Valley.

With the help of fellow musicians Helen Schilling (vocals, keys), Stephen Wallace (percussion, organ) and Mike Barnshaw (pedal steel) Ronnie has shaped the music accordingly to suit each song, using elements of folk, bluegrass, rock, blues and vaudeville resulting in a hugely enjoyable listening experience. Oll an gwella! Kaner An Krow (The Shed Singer)

Queens Head Inn

Venue Type

Pub

Description

Historic, friendly pub owned by a local couple Tony & Glynis

On the Tamar Valley Rail Ale Trail, this is a welcoming, pleasant if basic two-bar pub - a generally quiet, old-fashioned local with a warm and friendly atmosphere, up the hill from Gunnislake railway station.

Cemetery Road,

Albaston,

Gunnislake,

Cornwall,

England,

PL18 9AJ.


01822 832 482

Disabled AccessParkingChild FriendlyDog FriendlyBarBeer GardenFood ServedCask AleReal Fire(s)

Free Admission

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