Act: Gordon Giltrap

With Special Guest Carrie Martin
Date: Thu 28 Sep 2017, 8:00pm
Public Price: £15
Venue: Jim Marshall Auditorium
A handling charge of £2.80 applies to all bookings. Online bookings are also subject to a £1.80 per ticket processing fee.
Gordon Giltrap With Special Guest Carrie Martin Please note:- This is a solo acoustic show
Over five decades, Gordon Giltrap has graced the music business with his dedication to his craft and his affection for his audience. As one of the UK's most respected guitarists, he has consistently proved the adage that respect cannot be bought. It must be earned. This innovative guitarist is back out on the road performing many of his incredible songs with incredible arrangements in what promises to be an electrifying solo acoustic show.

Expect to hear classics such as Heartsong and Lucifer’s Cage alongside new material from his latest album ‘The Last of England’.

A show guaranteed to enthrall guitar aficionados, acoustic enthusiasts and music lovers in general, don’t miss the chance to see one of the UK’s most important and influential guitarists in action. "Anyone who asks me knows, that I think that Gordon Giltrap is one of the best acoustic guitar players in the world…

His concerts and playing are breathtaking. He's also very witty, and I love the fact that he has not cut his hair!" Ritchie Blackmore (Deep Purple) “One of an elite few who truly have become legendary in their field, in their own lifetime.” Brian May (Queen)
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Supporting artist
Carrie Martin
For more information about Carrie, please visit her website
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