The Ouse Valley Singles Club return to Bedford Esquires for another show on Friday (September 15).
Back in September 2016 the band took on the same task of headlining the main stage, selling it out a couple of weeks in advance, and creating a huge demand to get them back for all those that missed out.
In January, the band added their annual first gig of the year at Esquires Holy Moly’s only to have to upgrade to the main stage again selling out the venue once more.
Following on from a run of summer festivals around the UK and the Fens of course the band return indoors to start the autumn gig season.
If you have yet to catch The Ouse Valley Singles Club you are in for a special treat. Heavily influenced by the sounds & traditions of 1950’s Skiffle The OVSC combine this with the energy of Punk, Rub n Dub, Roots Reggae and the swing of Rock and Roll.
They then layer this with hilarious storytelling and what you get is an energetic performance that’s topped with a truly original & likeable sound that’s being called ‘New Wave Skiffle’. They give a hysterical insight into everyday life with tales of woe and razor sharp observational commentary whilst simultaneously rocking the crowd.
This is the only Bedford show The Ouse Valley Singles Club will be playing this year.
Support on the night comes from Chucklefoot.
Tickets are on sale here
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