Ben Waters, Saturday 15 July HADCAF

ben waters

Saturday 15 July 8:00pm at John O’Gaunt School

In a twenty five year career in which he has established himself as one of Europe’s supreme boogie piano players, Ben Waters creates a rollicking sound influenced by the rock and roll greats. And he has toured and recorded with most of them. The legends in his diary include Jerry Lee Lewis, Chuck Berry, The Rolling Stones, Jools Holland, Shakin’ Stevens, PJ Harvey, Bobby Womack, Paul Weller, Dave Gilmore and Dave Stewart . Such stellar credentials mean that he gets to hand–pick his group of fine musicians to entertain audiences around the world His recording work with Ray Davies led the Kinks front man to proclaim Ben’s band as one of his favourites for the Meltdown Festival he curated. Hats off to the organisers of HADFEST for bagging such a class act.

Tickets cost £15.00 and are available from the Box Office in Newbury Building Society, Hungerford, by telephone on 01488 684038 or by going online at www.hungerfordartsfestival.com to purchase with no additional booking fee.

Book

marlborough newsfeed
World famous from its starring role in the smash hit drama series Downton Abbey, Highclere Castle’s future is secure thanks to the scores of visitors who have flocked to witness its imposing façade first hand.

Read more

marlborough newsfeed
Nordic noir, Medieval towns, architecture, serene rail travel, beaches and superb innovative food.

Read more

marlborough newsfeed
Diminutive chanteuse, Lucy Rose played before a breathless crowd which had gathered to hear her play tracks from her new album, Something’s Changing, at Cafe38 in Marlborough on Monday 10th July.

Read more

marlborough newsfeed
The qualities of innocence, elegance and purity are not easy to encapsulate, but jeweller David Dudley has pulled it off in some style with his Ella Collection

Read more

marlborough newsfeed
Independent trading at its finest, Valentiner Designs is a perfect example of what Marlborough does best – selling fairly-priced, quality products that you won’t find in the big chains.

Read more

marlborough newsfeed
Firemen: the brave heroes who rescue us from raging fires and extract the injured from mangled vehicles. But today in Marlborough the officers of the Dorset and Wiltshire Fire Service assumed a happier task in liberating a flightier soul.

Read more

marlborough newsfeed
According to the English Breakfast Society, our internationally famous cooked breakfast was traditionally an opportunity for 'the gentry to display the wealth of their estates and the quality of the meats, vegetables and ingredients produced on surrounding land...

Read more