Boo Hewerdine is the hugely talented and critically acclaimed singer-songwriter whose cult band The Bible still excites passion in DJs and other music lovers, despite disbanding in the early nineties.
Widely regarded as one of the UK’s best singer songwriters, Boo has consistently made his mark on the music scene and is one of the busiest gigging musicians around, playing upwards of 100 live shows every year. Sometimes referred to as ‘a musician’s musician’, his songs have been covered by over 50 other artists, including Eddi Reader (who recorded Boo’s Ivor Novello Award nominated song Patience of Angels), kd lang, Natalie Imbruglia, Hepburn, Marti Pellow, Swan Dive and Suggs.
He has produced records for The Corrs and David McAlmont, scored the films Fever Pitch and Twenty Four Seven and had one of his songs featured on the soap drama Emmerdale (during a particularly poignant death scene)
.I challenge you to listen to Harmonograph and not become a Boo disciple. The ex-Bible man is nothing short of a revelation – 5/5. The Sun
Understated genius from criminally undervalued songwriter - 4 Stars. Uncut
Harmonograph is full of the simple pleasures good music can bring. The Daily Telegraph
Doors Open: 7.30pm Admission:£12 on the Door
Tickets: £10 + BF from Bristol Ticket Shop, Union Street, Bristol Tel 0117 9299008 www.bristolticketshop.co.uk