The Kitchen Garden Café - Café Shop Deli Birmingham
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Sounds Of Simon (14 Nov)

Jackie Oates (15 Nov)

Disc Selecta (18 Nov)

The Major Toms play Ziggy Stardust (18 Nov) SOLD OUT

The Beatles White Album Re - Imagined (18 Nov)

Andy White (19 Nov)

Chris Wood (20 Nov)

Megson (22 Nov)

Rob Heron & The Tea Pad Orchestra (23 Nov)

Winter Mountain (25 Nov)

Benjamin Folke Thomas plus Matthew Edwards (26 Nov)

Ruth Trimble (29 Nov)

Ajimal & Laura James (30 Nov)

Steve Gibbons (2 Dec) SOLD OUT

Walk of Fame: Pink Floyd Fest ( 2 Dec)

McCartney: An Acoustic Tribute (4 Dec)

Gerry Colvin (9 Dec)

Jane Siberry (10 Dec)

Jim Ghedi & Toby Hay (12 Dec)

A Rat Pack Christmas (14 Dec)

Dirty Old Folkers Christmas Panto (16 Dec)

Not So Young (16 Dec)

Bournville Voices: Winter Celebration (17 Dec)

O’Hooley & Tidow (18 Dec)

James Yorkston (20 Dec)

Dirty Old Folkers Christmas Panto (23 Dec) SOLD OUT

New Year’s Eve Party with Mrs Barbara Nice (31 Dec)

Edwina Hayes (1 Jan)

The Local Honeys (22 Jan)

We Are Muffy (31 Jan)

Doctors of Madness: Richard Strange (13 Feb)

Keith James: The Songs of Leonard Cohen (27 Feb)

The Blackheart Orchestra (10 Mar)

Who Knows Where the Time Goes? Songs of Sandy Denny (21 Mar)

Kathryn Roberts and Sean Lakeman (27 Mar)

Blue Rose Code (28 Mar)

Molly Tuttle (10 Apr)

Nick Harper - 58 Fordwych Road (28 Apr)

31st Jan

We Are Muffy

8pm (Doors 7.30)

Cornwall-based Brummies We Are Muffy are an alt-folk duo consisting of Nick Duffy of The Lilac Time, and Angeline Morrison of The Mighty Sceptres. Their new album The Charcoal Pool is a suite of love-songs for their lost childhoods and teenage years in the city of Birmingham. Uncut magazine described their homespun sounds (played on autoharp, banjo, double bass, bits of broken china, etc) as 'delightful unplugged Brummie hauntology'

Perhaps you've heard songs from the album on Gideon Coe's BBC 6 Music show, or on Folk Radio UK where single 'Frosted Candy' (about the makeup counter at the local chemist in Quinton) was premiered in the summer. With influences including The Incredible String Band, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Sam Cooke and Shirley & Dolly Collins, We Are Muffy are a bit of a '60s anachronism, if you like that sort of thing.

They are joined by Pete Geoghegan of Mighty Mighty's new trio, The Leaking Machine, who inhabit a musical space somewhere between Richard Thompson and Husker Du. With songs that reference the heart, skin, old weather reports on video cassette, feeding birds the name of your beloved, talking pens, brutal investigative tree surgery and snow, The Leaking Machine reckon they may have just the song for you. The Leaking Machine is made up of two-thirds Mighty Mighty and one-third Stella Martyr, both favourites of Gideon Coe. This will be a double-header not to be missed. 

Tickets: £12

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