The Leylines plus Ed Goodale - South Downs Music Festival - Friday 22nd September 2023 (Only)
South Downs Music Festival - Marquee Concerts - Friday 22nd September 2023 - 7.30pm (Only)
Please note you will be issued with digital tickets for this event - an email providing ticketing information will be sent to you once you have completed your booking. Tickets are non-refundable.
The Leylines plus Ed Goodale
Heart-Pounding Revelry - A high-energy folk-rock band from the West Country, The Leylines mix raucous violin dynamic guitar riffs and acerbic lyrics. All of which culminates in a whirlwind show that will get heart, and mind, pounding. The band have a reputation of playing rowdy, high-energy shows, and with their infectious feel-good tunes, The Leylines are firm favourites of the festival and independent venue circuit. The Leylines are: Steve (vocals/acoustic guitar), Hannah (violin/keys/bs), Dan (lead guitar/bvs), Sean (bass quitar/bvs) and Dave (Drums)
“A helter skelter musical maelstrom” – Rhythm & Booze Magazine
“The love child of The Levellers and Liverpool’s glorious Amsterdam“ – Liverpool Sound & Vision
“High-energy, gutsy sound and scythe-sharp lyrics” – FolkWords Reviews
Ed Goodale lives in a parallel world just to the side of ours; his songs portray life observed through 'Gifted' eyes.
Ed's thought provoking lyrics and superb musicianship has built a rapidly growing global fan base and whether solo or with his band an energetic fun evening is assured.
Prior to the pandemic hiatus, Ed and brother Ollie recorded a live album ‘The Gift’ at the biannual Marillion Weekend in Holland and launched the album at their Glastonbury Festival set later that summer.
Their busy summer season included Henley Festival where they were followed on stage by The Pet Shop Boys, a two hour show of Ed’s songs at the prestigious Canary Wharf Introducing sessions plus major festival slots at Wickham Festival, The Walled Garden Festival, and a stage headlining slot at Beverley Folk Festival.
'Top Stuff' - Michael Eavis
'Folk Rock at its Best' - Bob Harris, BBC Radio 2