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    LAUREN HOUSLEY Trio | Saturday 02 March 2019 | Delighted to welcome hugely popular Lauren for a fourth visit  with her superb band, featuring Thomas Dibb and Mark Lewis.

    “An Americana-tinged singer-songwriter with a Bonnie Raitt-style twang, a winning way with a yearning lyrics. Housley is her own woman and when she turns glacially emotional on When Autumn Came, she’s as convincing as they come…. Sweet Surrender (album) smoulders.”

    Blues and Soul Magazine, 08/15

    “With “Sweet Surrender” Lauren Housley proves that she has the potential to create music that crosses the genre boundaries of Soul, Blues and Country while being appreciated by mainstream audiences and all the demographics in between. 8/10


    Winner Best New Zealand Country Music Artist/Album 2018 and Best Country Music Song 2018 HOPEFUL & HOPELESS

    Reb writes and sings as if she just burst into song telling tales woven together; multiple stories running through, often concurrently, creating a landscape rich, diverse and universal.  Her recently released EP Hopeful & Hopeless revealed her mastery of the folk tale.  Little Arrows contains both folklore and pop; illuminating all sides of Reb – the dark the light, the rock, the roll; the folk and the lore that awashes between.  

    Her music is no prisoners tough yet also giving and with enough play that it will turn hardened cynics burnt out on the in genuine machine that spits out beautiful girls with acoustic guitars almost hourly into believing in the power of songs again. Simply because if there was a deal Reb’d be the real one. It probably ain’t gonna make her rich, or number one, but the world needs her like it needs every sighing messenger, it needs her because we need her. Thing is Reb and her songs don’t need us, she sings them and they exist because they have to, because they were meant to, they are elemental in size as much as they are heart ready in tone. That’s why when you get to see her onstage, you feel lucky, like you’re in on a secret, like you’ve got something the world is yet to figure on. That’s why she makes you feel important, like you mean something. It’s like her heart through those songs lifts you up. Damn it, how many times do you get to say that a songwriter is generous and not vain or self obsessed? Rarely. Reb is a rare one. We are lucky to have her.!


    Cheley's latest album, Buckeye, was given a 4 out of 5 star rating in the March 2018 edition of the UK's Country Music People and Think Country UK said, "if this amazing singer-songwriter hits your town, GO!!!! Just go. I can't even say enough about her album, Buckeye....brilliant." She is a MerleFest Chris Austin Songwriting Contest winner, Kerrville Folk Festival New Folk winner, Independent Acoustic Music Award finalist (Best Song & Female Vocalist Categories), JPF Song of the Year winner, and 2018 International Songwriting Competition semi-finalist in the Americana Category. She recently filmed an episode of PBS' Songs at The Center which began airing in the U.S. coast to coast in June.

    The Little Rabbit Barn music evenings are private invitation-only gigs.
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    There will be complimentary food and we are suggesting an artist donation from £15.



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    Saturday 06 April 2019| SNIFF 'N' THE TEARS Acoustic is the duo project of Sniff ‘n’ the Tears singer-songwriter Paul Roberts and guitarist Les Davidson, who has played with Sniff ‘n’ the Tears and on Paul’s solo albums since 1981. This will be a stripped back and intimate performance, and an opportunity to hear songs drawn from 10 albums worth of material ranging from Fickle Heart (1978) up to Random Elements, released in 2017.


    A very special double headline billing featuring LRB favourite Danni Nicholls and iconic band Sniff 'n' the Tears...and special guest Tamara Stewart

    Formed in 1978 and after releasing their first album Fickle Heart had a worldwide hit with Driver’s Seat, which reached 15 on the billboard chart in the USA in 1979. The band toured extensively following the success of Driver’s Seat, including a two and a half month tour of the States, and performed and recorded together until 1982.

    In the early nineties Driver’s Seat reached number one in Holland after being used in a car ad campaign which introduced it to a new generation and led to the band reforming for a European tour and to make another album. Hollywood films such as Boogie Nights and Anchor Man 2 as well as the series The Walking Dead have kept Driver’s Seat in the public eye, and it has become a perennial favourite loved by successive generations.

    Although the band members have all been engaged with other projects in the intervening years, they have stayed in touch and continued to work together. Random Elements is the latest and tenth album attributable to either the band or Paul Roberts, released in 2017.

    Les Davidson has worked with Leo Sayer, Joan Armatrading, Paul Rogers, Shakin Stevens, Barbara Dickson, Mick Taylor, Eddie Cleanhead Vinson, East of Eden, Labi Siffrre, Laura Mvula, Richard O'Brien, Kenney Jones, Pete Townsend, Scott Walker, Howard Goodall, Donovan, Bucks Fizz, Zoot Money, Mica Paris, Pete Brown, Mori Kante, Bonnie Tyler, W.G. Snuffy Walden, Steve Brown, Rumer, Tina Turner

    Following a break from performing live, if that's what you call 27 years, Paul and Les played a stripped back Sniff 'n' the Tears acoustic set at the Slaughtered Lamb in October. Although a one off show, such was the reception, that I suspected Paul got a taste for more.


    DANNI NICHOLLS Saturday 06 April 2019 | Danni's music slips effortlessly between smoky soul, folk-pop and heart-wrenching alt-country. 4 out of 5 stars, Q Magazine | New third album release The Melted Morning is on the horizon

    With the wind in her sails from receiving consecutive Americana Music Association UK award nominations (2017 ‘UK Album of the Year’ for Mockingbird Lane and 2018 ‘UK Artist of the Year’), singer-songwriter Danni Nicholls has been enjoying an incredible ride. From supporting the legendary Shakin' Stevens on his 28 date major UK tour to opening for the mighty Lucinda Williams and The Secret Sisters plus being invited to perform at prestigious events such as Folk Alliance International, Cambridge Folk Festival, Tonder Festival, Denmark and AmericanaFest in Nashville….2019 is set to be just as exciting.

    Following her first two critically acclaimed studio albums, A Little Redemption (2013) and Mockingbird Lane (2015), this year sees the release of her third - The Melted Morning - produced by Jordan Brooke Hamlin (The Indigo Girls, Lucy Wainwright-Roche) at the idyllic woodland studio MOXE, Nashville TN.

    Closely personal yet widely relatable, the themes of this album span an array of life’s takeaways from the pain and darkness of rejection, the fear of losing yourself and the power of human connection to offering up hope and new perspectives in the face of adversities.

    I needed a new challenge, a new landscape to work in sonically, physically and viscerally. Collaborating with Jordan and this incredible team of musicians gave me that opportunity and I have come away with a delicate, vibey, honest and vulnerable collection of songs that we dove deep into to find out who they wanted to become”

    Her vibrant, spell binding performances are guaranteed to melt your heart into the soles of your boots. Danni’s passionate delivery, captivating velvet voice and charmingly engaging between-song banter compel you to fall under her spell.

    An artist with the elegance and imagination to restore your faith in the visceral power of an original song”

    Paul Sexton, BBC Radio 2 and freelance print/broadcast journalist

    I absolutely love the elegance and beauty of her music”

    Bob Harris, BBC Radio 2

    Danni is one of our favourites. Shes a dedicated, prolific creator, combining memorable melodies with thoughtful lyrics. Dannis performances are captivating; her natural warmth making any stage her own.”

    David Pick, Founder & CEO Vintage TV

    Her passion for her craft is unparalleled. Her depth of emotion, commitment to the song

    and ability to go deep, makes her a rare artist.”

    Jed Hilly - Executive Director of the Americana Music Association

    Smoky soul, folk-pop and heart-wrenching alt-country, all in a rich voice”

    Q Magazine

    Sumptuous...a warm wry line in confessional songwriting”


    One in a million...

    Maverick Music Magazine




    TAMARA STEWART Saturday 06 April 2019 | With a 2012 CMAA (Country Music Association Australia) award , multiple finalist places and her album producing four #1 radio singles it's a pleasure to host Australian award winning singer/songwriter to coincide with her new album release. She joins us as a special guest on the evening!


    The Little Rabbit Barn music evenings are private invitation-only gigs.
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    There will be complimentary food and we are suggesting an artist donation from £15.



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    HANNAH ALDRIDGE Saturday 04 May 2019. Welcome return with a band line up

    Delighted to announce after several years waiting for our stars to align HANNAH ALDRIDGE returns with The Goat Roper Rodeo Band

     In literature and in songwriting, the American South is where writers go to face their fears. Hannah Aldridge doesn’t just dip her pen into the well of the South, the Muscle Shoals native embodies it. With every song, she’s facing down demons of a life once lived from substance abuse to failed relationships and scars from the lashes of the bible belt.

    “Gold Rush” is Hannah Aldridge’s second album, a follow up to her 2014 debut “Razor Wire.” While that album launched her career, drew the attention of music writers and sent her touring across the world, “Gold Rush” shows a more mature and introspective artist with more life experience — and music experience — under her belt.

    The honesty Hannah Aldridge crafts into each track is off-set by her stubborn, maybe defiant, nature, which gives her music a hopeful silver lining.

    “I start writing with ‘this is how I’m feeling and I need to talk about it.’ Doing that helps me sort out my own thoughts on it. My music is an introspective look at the things that happened in my life. It’s me trying to sort through and put feelings into words,” she said.

    Hannah Aldridge is the daughter of Muscle Shoals legend Walt Aldridge. An Alabama Music Hall of Famer, Walt Aldridge is a prolific and decorated songwriter of countless Number One and Top Ten hits recorded by the likes of Lou Reed, Reba McEntire, Travis Tritt, Earl Thomas Conley, Ricky Van Shelton, Ronnie Milsap, and Conway Twitty.

    Mixing her personal life and the sounds of her hometown, Hannah Aldridge’s new album also draws in influences from across the rock genre. Working with people with one foot in country music and one foot in rock, Hannah Aldridge makes a fresh kind of Southern Rock styled by Southern Gothic storytelling.

    Recorded at Creative Workshop in Nashville, Hannah Aldridge worked with Muscle Shoals writers such as Mark Narramore, Tosha Hill, Matt Johnson and Brad Crisler and artists such as Andrew Combs, Ashley McBryde, Don Gallardo, Ryan Beaver, and Sadler Vaden on “Gold Rush.” She teamed up with Jordan Dean and M. Allen Parker, who were instrumental in working on her new album, and finally finishing by calling on her Dad, Walt Aldridge, to master the record. In total, Hannah Aldridge compiled a team of distinct talents to work with her. With their help, Hannah Aldridge has put together a progressive, creative and memorable body of work.

    “It’s about being self destructive,” Aldridge said of her new album. “That is the underlying tone. The album goes back to when I was younger, and after touching on that, to now. In ‘Aftermath,’ the very first line is: ‘I was born in a crossfire.’ It starts from day one.”



    Goat Roper Rodeo Band band back Hannah Aldridge

    With just an upright bass, two old guitars and a bucketful of aching harmony, THE GOAT ROPER RODEO BAND are preaching ‘Country Blues’ like you never heard… It’s up, it’s down, it’s soft and loud, it’s dark and lonesome too, there’s hurt and shame and some mean old pain but there’s love in what they do! There’s a hint of Gram, a sniff of Dylan and a twist of Waylon’s blues … Simply put, it’s exactly what it says on the tin.


    THE LUCK Saturday 04 May 2019. Americana Fest officially showcasing 29-31 January 2019 Hackney. “The dual singing of Max and Esmay together is meticulous and it sparkles like a Roman candle”– NO DEPRESSION



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    There will be complimentary food and we are suggesting an artist donation from £15.



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    DEAN OWENS & THE SOUTHERNERS | Saturday 08 June 2019 | Thrilled to welcome AMAUK Winner 2019 Best Song with The Southerners, Thomas Collison AMA UK 2018 Instrumentalist of The Year and renowned guitarist Jim Maving.

    Dean Owens & The Southerners

    Award winning Scottish singer songwriter Dean Owens is widely hailed as one of UK’s finest troubadours, with fans including Trainspotting author Irvine Welsh and BBC legend "Whispering" Bob Harris.

    The title track of his most recent, widely acclaimed album, Southern Wind, won the UK Song of the Year Award at the 2019 Americana Music Association UK Awards.

    Fresh from a 2 month USA tour, Dean is delighted to be joining forces with the formidable talents of Tom Collison (Instrumentalist of the Year 2018 (AMA-UK)) and renowned guitarist Jim Maving. – collectively Dean Owens and The Southerners.

    Armed with a searingly soulful voice, skilfully crafted songs and earworm inducing melodies, Dean is a spellbinding and hugely engaging live performer, with a hurricane of stories, songs and banter. Dean’s music conjures the wild romanticism of the open road, distilling the Scottish and Americana into a unique blend of celtic spirit, country soul. The unfettered enthusiasm of a rock n roller coupled with the sympathetic delivery of folk’s storytellers.

    A Dean Owens gig isn’t just about the songs though. Dean is also a witty raconteur, with anecdotes about his travels and the songs – from an 8 album solo career, and his days with Scotland’s original Americana band, the Felsons - peppered throughout his set. His performance crosses genres, as he takes his audience from tears to laughter to rocking out in the course of just a few songs.

    **** A little bit country, a little bit rock and soul… MOJO

    ***** borders on genius… A-List… Country Music People

    **** Country Music Magazine

    • One of Scotland’s best troubadours… fabulous… Bob Harris (BBC)

    • Scotland’s most engaging and haunting singer-songwriter… Irvine Welsh

    • Magical... a must see – Ricky Ross (BBC/Deacon Blue)

    • Scottish, Americana in a unique blend… No Depression

    • his songwriting craft can stand proudly with the best … albums like this don’t come around too often… FATEA

    • superb… Ralph McLean (BBC Radio Ulster)

    Dean Owens online



    Twitter @deanowens1



    Saturday 08 June 2019 | Natalie Shay is a 19 year old multi award-winning, indie pop/rock artist from North London. Deemed as one of London's hottest emerging talents, Shay is launching herself into the forefront of the industry, with recent critical acclaim

    Natalie Shay is a 19 year old multi award-winning, indie pop/rock artist from North London. Deemed as one of London's hottest emerging talents, Shay is launching herself into the forefront of the industry, with recent critical acclaim.

    Shay's talents have found herself performing to sold-out audiences at some of London's most iconic and renown venues, including The Roundhouse, Ronnie Scotts and Brooklyn Bowl, O2. Her successes to date include her long list of awards from,Best Undiscovered Talent, London Music Award, Winner of The Guardian's Music Award and two time winner of the Mayor of London Gigs. New single, This Feeling, landed Shay at a stunning number 4 on the iTunes singer/songwriter charts.


    CHASING SUMMER | Saturday 08 June 2019 | a welcome return from 09 June 2012! | Chasing Summer is an international folk/rock duo whose music can be described as stomp-clapping, newgrass-infused Americana, known for their soulful style and rich harmonies. Composed of Nashville solo artists Tammy Rochelle and Joseph Bamber | authentic lyrics, infectious melodies, and uplifting beats, completed by a rich blend of ethnic and traditional instruments.



    The Little Rabbit Barn music evenings are private invitation-only gigs.
    Contact us if you'd like to be on the guest list and we will get back to you to confirm.

    There will be complimentary food and we are suggesting an artist donation from £15.


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    Country, R&B, Blues & Rock 'n Roll with Eve Selis and Band ft Marc Twang Intravaia, RIck Nash and Larry Grano | Saturday 13 July 2019

    Eve is a deeply creative, caring artist who gives everything to her craft. As a live performer she is awesomely powerful, as a recording artist she is both sensitive and strong. I love her spirit and I love her music. She deserves to shine. One of the best shows I’ve ever seen in the U.K.”
    BBC Radio Legend “Whispering Bob” Harris

    The Eve Selis Band erupted in an acute explosion of Americana, wailing and twanging and thundering and throbbing, conjuring demons and angels alike. Damn, that woman can sing!”
    Buddy Blue, Blue Notes

    An emotion transducer who converts country, R&B, blues, folk, and rock ‘n roll signals into a megawatt zap that galvanizes everyone in its path.”
    Taylor Guitars- Wood & Steel


    THE FLYIN'A's. Saturday 13 July. Make a welcome return to LRB with a new album


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    There will be complimentary food and we are suggesting an artist donation from £15.




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    UK Country/Americana band from Norwich, Norfolk. 

    The band have just released their highly anticipated debut album Full Moon, which sees them firmly position themselves at the forefront of the UK Country/Americana Music scene. Produced by Kevin Duncan at Gingerdog Studios in Suffolk, this vibrant collection of honest, gutsy and heart wrenching songs ride on a wave of seventies retro country-pop. A sound that will appeal to fans of artists from Margo Price, to Kacey Musgraves via the Dixie Chicks. 

    Sam Coe & The Long Shadows are bringing something special to the Country Music scene that’s already been recognised by 2 consecutive years securing spots at the renowned C2C: Country to Country festival at the O2. This year has also seen them supporting The Shires, Jess & The Bandits and playing shows around the country. The end of 2018 saw a Number 2 single in the iTunes Country Chart and 2 x BCMA nominations.

    LEXIE GREEN | Saturday 17 August 2019. A long overdue welcome to LRB, Lexie will perform as a duo for the evening. 'INTERNATIONAL RECOGNITION' Maverick Magazine has awarded Lexie's live album 'Live At Bobs Records' an Maverick seal of approval plus a 5 Star review and she has caught the attention of multiple international magazines with notable mentions of her songwriting strength and her 'Raw yet soulful voice with a timbre that that strangely enough mixes Melissa Etheridge and Katie Melua' (Blues Magazine) Picture credit Michael Inns. NMG (New Music Generator) Award nomination 2019



    The Little Rabbit Barn music evenings are private invitation-only gigs.
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    There will be complimentary food and we are suggesting an artist donation from £15.


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    A six-piece from East Anglia founded by twin brothers Callum (vocals, guitar, bass) and Kieran Morgan (lead guitar, backing vocals). Throughout their early years the boys played in various bands but struggled to find a box to fit into. Too rock for folk, too pop for indie, too indie for country, or so it seemed. Choosing to follow their instincts rather than convention, they became Morganway and suddenly people started listening.
    Joined by SJ Mortimer (vocals), Nicole Terry (fiddle), Matthew Brocklehurst (keys) and Ed Bullinger (drums), the band has developed a sound built on a love for multi-layered vocal harmonies, driven guitar riffs and distinctive fiddle flourishes, bound by raw, honest songwriting. They've built this into a live show that in one moment is classic rock and the next mystical folk, catching the attention of Whispering Bob Harris and many others in the rising British Americana scene. Their collective obsession with ‘70s West Coast rock is also met with a love of Brit Rock, folk and modern Americana.
    Described as “One of Britain’s most exciting unsigned bands...they are going places.”

    "This band are truly something special and surely destined for much bigger things, they generate such electricity and atmosphere and tonight was
    an absolute pleasure to watch.”
    Chris Farlie (W21 Music, Buckle & Boots 2018 review)

    "Heralding euphoric choruses and electric riffs of Fleetwood Mac and The Strokes, the harmonies of icons ELO meeting The Magic Numbers somewhere along the way, and the modern female vocal of Haim, Morganway are quite the tour de force soup, but let’s be frank here: this Norfolk outfit doesn’t sound like anyone else."
    - Never Enough Notes

    SHELLY FAIRCHILD | Saturday 21 September 2019 | Rescheduled from June 08 | Soulful, gospel-tinged brand of alternative country | Signed to major label Columbia for debut album Ride with top 40 hit. | Toured with Rascal Flatts, Keith Urban and Tim McGraw | Current 2017 album Buffalo featuring guest vocalists inc Lucie Silvas, Fairground Saints, K.S. Rhoads, Carey & Jeremy, Wendy Moten, with a wide array of musical styles and influences

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    There will be complimentary food and we are suggesting an artist donation from £15.




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    CARTER SAMPSON | Saturday 26 October 2019 | LRB is Lucky and privileged, the self penned 'Queen of Oklahoma' who walks on the 'Wilder Side' is headlining our End of Year Showdown. No surprise Okie-born singer/songwriter Carter is blessed by a musical family legacy that includes talents like Roy Orbison.


    "Sometimes in life you make your own luck, so pick up this album from Carter Sampson and you will surely be rewarded."

    Carter Sampson's fourth full-length album Wilder Side is a soulful and soft country masterpiece.  The Oklahoma City singer-songwriter has a penchant for penning songs that don't need bluster or bombast to tell a powerful story.  Focusing on themes of heartbreak and the open road, Wilder Side is the kind of pure country record that has far more in common with classic releases from the likes of Patsy Cline and Emmylou Harris than it does with anything one will find on country radio.  Fellow Oklahoma artists Ali Harter and John Moreland made appearances on the record lending their distinctive voices, perfectly complementing Sampson's beautifully sorrowful vocals.  And that more than anything is what drives this record, Sampson's breathtaking voice.  This record is haunting and mesmerizing and simply beautiful.

    "Add her high quality song writing and gorgeous vocals and she is no longer a promising country singer songwriter but one who can now be talked about as being one of the very best around. If 'Wilder side' sowed the seeds this tremendous album brings that talent into full bloom."

    "Lucky proves that there is plenty of ground to cover even when the terrain is smooth. It also proves that Sampson is in it for the long haul and deserves all the success that will continue to come her way."

    SARAH PEACOCK | Saturday 26 October 2019 | Award winning rock n roll and southern soul | 1.2 million miles, 2,800 shows, and fourteen years of flying solo is quite a road trip. Sarah Peacock bridges gaps between Country, Blues, Americana, and Rock-N-Roll. Her music is raw, truth telling, and fiercely unique

    Held hostage by her record label at 21, the troubadour life came with a rude awakening for the young Georgia native. Peacock made her home in a ‘92 Volvo with her dog and a guitar, and for nearly seven years earned a living in the corner shadows of American dive bars. 

    The tables turned in 2011 when an anonymous fan helped Peacock buy out of her recording contract. Since then, she has released six additional albums and won multiple awards for her songwriting. “Hurricane” won Best Song in the American Songwriting Awards, and “Beautiful” was a winner with International Unsigned Only. “The Cool Kids,” and “Are We There Yet” have nominated her for Best Female Artist and Best Song in a number of songwriting competitions. Peacock was also named Listening Room Network’s Artist of the Year. 

    In 2013, Peacock released her self-produced album, Albuquerque Sky, recorded in hotel rooms across the country while maintaining her rigorous 250 show tour schedule. Albuquerque Sky was followed by a season of goodbyes, tremendous growth, and challenges, and became the catalyst for her next album, Dream On (2016). “This record helped me get un-stuck. I had a collection of live recordings which became Dream On. After such a creative dry spell, I knew I needed to hit the road and stay out a while – reconnect with my fans,” says a determined Peacock. “I found this old silver eagle tour bus in Austin, TX. I was so enchanted with it, and the renovation process really reigniting my troubadour flame. So I bought my very first bus. Oh, what a feeling!” But less than 4 months later, she would watch it burn to the ground at a California truck stop. 

    One of Peacock’s fans voluntarily initiated a fundraiser, which is what kept her on the road. Another fan, so touched by her story, donated his motor home so that her tour could go on. That special connection between Sarah Peacock and her fans is what gives her the strength to continue overcoming. “You have to be unstoppable, even when you don’t believe you are.” That’s the modus operandi for the now half Tennessean, half Texan road warrior.  
    Sarah Peacock is active in the anti-bullying community, and her song, “The Cool Kids” has become a powerful anti-bullying anthem. Its message has taken on a life of its own. As she travels the country, Peacock shares her story in schools, empowering young people to embody her message of kindness and love. 
    Peacock is also an animal lover and tours with her pups as often as she can. Her late road dog, Gibson, was one of the first canines to receive a prosthetic mitral valve in a clinical trial at CSU in Ft. Collins, CO in May of 2017. Unfortunately, Gibson passed away. To honor his memory, Peacock recently formed her own 501(c)3, The Band Waggin,’ benefiting various animal health and rescue programs throughout the United States. 

    After completing two EP’s for Nashville label, American Roots Records, Peacock plans to release a full length album on her own label in 2019. Sarah Peacock is the truest definition of a self-made overcomer, hustler, and DIY machine. She’s got a remarkable knack for finding beauty in the ashes, and there’s no denying the future is looking bright for this tenacious up and comer. 



    "While the vocals and songs on Slings and Arrows are outstanding, the slide guitar work is the real revelation. ” - NO DEPRESSION

    Michelle Malone's musical roots run deep and wide like the mighty Mississippi river, twisting and turning through rock, blues, and alt-country music territory. She is "a master at mixing blues and Americana music” (GUITAR PLAYER MAGAZINE). Over the course of Malone’s career, she has shared stages with artists from Gregg Allman to Indigo Girls, SugarLand's Kristian Bush to Brandi CarlisleMississippi All-Stars Luther Dickenson to ZZ Top, released more than a dozen records, and went indie when it still took guts. Her powerful live show will take you on a journey from red dirt back roads to bright city lights, whether she's solo acoustic in a living room concert or in a big arena backed by her band. She "has the soul of a bluesman, the heart of a folk singer, and the guts of a rock and roll star wrapped up in one fiery bad ass" (NASHVILLE RAGE), and she's determined to bring the masses back together in the name of love and music with her latest, Slings and Arrows.


    The Little Rabbit Barn music evenings are private invitation-only gigs.
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    There will be complimentary food and we are suggesting an artist donation from £15.