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Joan Shelley

28 May, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

£11
Joan Shelley Brighton

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Joan Shelley Brighton: The Hope & Ruin – Friday 28th May 2021

This show has been rescheduled from May and August 2020. Original Tickets still valid!

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Joan Shelley is a songwriter and singer who lives near Louisville, Kentucky not far from where she grew up. Like the River Loves the Sea is her fifth album. She draws inspiration from traditional and traditionally-minded performers from her native Kentucky, as well as those from Ireland, Scotland, and England, but she’s not a folksinger. Her disposition aligns more closely with that of, say, Roger Miller, Dolly Parton, or her fellow Kentuckian Tom T. Hall, who once explained—simply, succinctly, in a song—“I Witness Life.”

She’s not so much a confessional songwriter, although Like the River… gets closest to such subjectively emotional impressions as perhaps any album to date, and she sings less of her life and more of her place: of landscapes and watercourses; of flora and fauna; of seasons changing and years departing and the ineluctable attempt of humans to make some small sense of all—or, at best, some—of it. Her perspective and performances both have been described, apparently positively, as “pure,” but there’s no trace of the Pollyanna and there’s little of the pastoral, either: her work instead wrestles with the possibility of reconciling, if only for a moment, the perceived “natural” world with its reflection—sometimes, relatively speaking, clear; other times hopelessly distorted—in the human heart, mind, and footprint.

Since the 2015 release of her album Over and Even, Shelley has crossed the US and Europe several times as a headlining artist, sharing shows with the likes of Jake Xerxes Fussell, Bonnie “Prince” Billy, Doug Paisley, Daniel Martin Moore, the Other Years, and Michael Hurley. She has opened for Wilco, Chris Smither, Andrew Bird, and Richard Thompson. Jeff Tweedy produced her previous record at The Loft in Chicago and her current record Like the River Loves the Sea was recorded at Greenhaus Studios in Iceland. www.joanshelley.net

Plus support

Upcoming Love Thy Neighbour shows:
04092020 – CIEL. The Hope & Ruin
08092020 – Silverbacks. The Hope & Ruin
12092020 – Douglas Dare. The Rose Hill
17092020 – China Bears. The Hope & Ruin
20092020 – Lewsberg. Latest Music Bar
25092020 – The Howlers. Latest Music Bar
27092020 – Honey Harper. The Hope & Ruin
01102020 – Freya Beer. The Hope & Ruin
07102020 – The Cool Greenhouse. The Prince Albert
09102020 – Phobophobes. The Hope & Ruin
10102020 – Thomas Truax. Green Door Store
11102020 – The Homesick. Latest Music Bar
21102020 – Porridge Radio. Chalk
23102020 – bdrmm. The Prince Albert
05112020 – Indian Queens. The Hope & Ruin
21112020 – Ariel & Mathias (The Burning Hell). Brighton Railway Club
01122020 – Penelope Isles. Lewes Con Club
07122020 – Jordan Mackampa. The Hope & Ruin
20022021 – Soccer Mommy. Concorde 2
02032021 – Dana Gavanski. The Hope & Ruin
08042021 – The Beths. Concorde 2
28052021 – Joan Shelley. The Hope & Ruin

The venue is only accessible via a flight of stairs however they can offer access via a back door at street level to the venue if mobility is an issue or you use a wheelchair.
There are 3 large steps via this route so assistance to gain access and to exit the venue would be required. We can arrange this if you contact us in advance of a show. Please bear in mind that they can only allow access in between bands due to sound issues.
Two disabled toilets upstairs, both gender neutral. If you require a carer at the venue, please contact us at info@lovethyneighbourmusic.co.uk for guestlist, with evidence such as a blue badge or access card.
If strobe lighting is an issue or if standing for long periods of time is an issue, please contact us in advance. They can provide chairs in the venue although if the event is very busy this will impede visibility. If you wish to make use of a chair to view a gig, we advise arriving early to secure a position.
They are happy to accommodate assistance dogs.

 

Joan Shelley Brighton: The Hope & Ruin – Friday 28th May 2021

Joan Shelley Brighton: The Hope & Ruin – Friday 28th May 2021

 



Details

Date:
28 May, 2021
Time:
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Cost:
£11

Venue

Hope and Ruin
Brighton, + Google Map