Showcase at River Cottage in Axminster
18:30 06 December 2012
Elijah and Ava Wood.
Photo by Pete Millson 2012.
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Elijah Wolf and River Cottage Canteen in Axminster have come together yet again to put on a great Christmas party on Monday, December 10, at 7pm.
Elijah has handpicked some of the best upcoming acts in the South West, many of whom regularly play at his Howl Open Mic nights.
He will be playing alongside his wife Ava in their new band The Gravity Drive whose recent single Trick of the Light has been played on BBC Introducing, BBC 6 Music and across UK and European radio stations.
Elijah said: “These Howl showcase nights have gained a great reputation. The atmosphere is always great and The River Cottage crew do a spectacular job and will be serving up scrumptious nibbles on the night.
“The line-up for this may well be the best yet. I can’t wait.”
The line up includes: The Gravity Drive, Elly McCabe, Peter James Millson, Elliott Bastin, Anthony Lane, Dean Skinner and many more
Tickets can be bought now from River Cottage Canteen in Axminster, from Bridport Music, or at rivercottage.net or reserved by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or on the night.
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