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A/S S04E01: William Poyer // Sascha Osborn // Malcolm MacWatt

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The Colonel Fawcett

1 Randolph Street

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We are back for a new run of gigs and we kick off with a special in Camden!

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Join us for a special gig at The Colonel Fawcett in Camden. A beautiful space for acoustic music, this event will allow you to enjoy live music in a carefully managed space with full table service and food available.

Running at a reduced capacity, we recommend getting your tickets early to avoid disappointment.

Max 6 tickets per booking, all groups must be same household / bubble to comply with current Tier 2 rules.

William Poyer

Driving Americana from a Welshman via Mexico. William's songs have been described as a blend of real-life storytelling, with an intimate folk sensibility, driven by strong rhythms and melodic hooks.

Having left his native Wales in 2013 he embarked on a journey of discovery, looking to hone a sound unique to him. Three years of living in Mexico helped him find the sound he was searching for and during this period he developed the stunning collection of songs that formed the majority of his debut album Born Lucky released in 2016.

He has played all around the U.K including support slots for Great Lake Swimmers, Tom Walker and fellow Spiritual Bar pals Ferris & Sylvester on their headline U.K. tour.

His wildly anticipated first single in 3 years Weight in Gold arrived in April 2019 courtesy of Camden's Spiritual Records.

Further singles On Our Way and Easy came out in 2019 with studio recordings of Sign It from Me and Round the Bend released in 2020

Sascha Osborn

Sascha Osborn is a London, UK based, emerging singer songwriter who blends her cocktail of influences, seamlessly dancing between the ‘folk’ and ‘jazz’ worlds utilising these flavours and colours to express tender reflective songs about hope, loss and love. Her debut album ‘Looking Out And After’ has received airplay on BBC Radio 6 Music, BBC Radio Scotland, BBC Radio Suffolk and extremely positive acclaim.

“An utterly captivating album” Hillbilly Boogie, Blues & Roots Radio

“Worth sitting and listening to with no distractions……just is rather lovely” Folking.com

“Osborn is a terrific mood singer. She can be wistful, melancholic or dreamlike” Maverick Magazine

Malcolm MacWatt

Folk & Americana songwriter and performer from Scotland. Malcolm MacWatt has already gained recognition for his powerful song-writing. As a solo performer, swapping out his telecaster for an acoustic guitar, his story-telling comes to the fore, often with brutal clarity, writing about love, loss, guilt and loneliness with recurring themes of home, connection and family. By paring songs down to the absolute minimum he allows the lyrics and melodies to take priority.

Age 12 and getting into the guitar, Malcolm first heard Johnny Cash at San Quentin and was immediately hooked into country music, especially the more traditional, folk elements with roots stretching back across the Atlantic to Britain and Europe. As his interest in the guitar developed over the years he has been influenced by players from across the music spectrum including Jimmy Page, Jimmy Vaughan, Brian Robertson, Robert Smith, Django Reindhardt , Tony Rice and many others. He includes Justin Currie, Martin Stephenson, Steve Earle, John Martyn and Gillian Welch as songwriters who have shaped his writing in some form.

“Country is heart, guts and soul music, born out of difficult times, and I try to keep that in my writing whether it's a country song or otherwise,” he says. “In one way or another I’ve lived my songs. They’re very personal and honest but at every gig people always tell me how they relate to them… I love when that happens.”

“...superbly crafted compositions that skillfully combine elements of folk and country...it’s intelligent and absorbing, reminiscent of Steve Earle’s The Mountain” RnR Magazine

"I love Malcolm MacWatt’s music, it’s absolutely sensational and heartfelt. Beautiful, beautiful songs” Simon Birds, Country Music Showcase

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