Chris Helme, who first rose to prominence as the front man of John Squire’s post-Stone Roses band ‘The Seahorses’ released his debut solo album in more recent years. Although rightfully remembered for the anthemic Britpop classics Love Is The Law and Blinded By The Sun - songs that evoked everything the 90’s stood for, from the opening track of The Rookery, the man instantly appeared cut from an entirely different cloth.
In a show in aid of Cavendish Cancer Care, a local charity, we see Helme perform alongside guests in an evening of entertainment.
Murder at the Seaside, Sheffield based musicians Sally Leigh and Phil Johnson exploring guitar, melody, dynamic vocals and narrative songwriting. Think Doris Day meets The Smiths.
Humble Williams, pop tinged ode to friendship, 'Good Again', - accompanied by its charmingly DIY music video, painstakingly crafted in stop motion. Then came 'A Little More Grace', a tender lover's lament, featuring such lines as “...give me a memory that's worth remembering when you're gone.”
Tickets are also available from the Greystones without a booking fee.