The BIG Bristol Charity Boogie-The Soul Destroyers + Arkansaw Jukebox
When: Friday 10th June 2022, 19.30-23.30
Where: The Jam Jar, Unit 4a, The Jam Jar, The Old Malt House, Little Ann St, Bristol
Who: All ages (U18’s must be accompanied by an adult)
Tickets: £15.68/pp. Get your tickets now – All proceeds from tickets bought using this link go to Temwa!
After the success of last year’s Big Bristol Charity Boogie, the great guys at For The Love Productions have organised another exciting fundraiser to support Temwa’s amazing work in Malawi with two other Bristol-based charities, Young Bristol and Aidbox Community.
As a For The Love event you will not only be doing “a good thing”, but you will also be having a cracking night out. The first act to offer their services (for free bless ‘em) is the self-styled “13 Piece Soul Funk Pop Cheese Party Machine” that is The Mighty Soul Destroyers.
Want to know more? Read on!
More About The Soul Destroyers
More of a tribe than a band, the mighty Soul Destroyers have been playing their mix of cheese-tinged, horn-driven soul since Adam was a lad – the lineup has come and gone, some have drifted into the sunset, and some have (genuinely), during their reign as “Best Party Band in Bristol” (Bristol Evening Post/Venue Magazine), been born, grown up and then joined the band!
A 13-piece lineup, with 6 awesome horns, 3 singers and a rock-solid rhythm section, it is an unnatural phenomenon of truly awe-inspiring musical power. The Soul Destroyers do soul covers from all the usual suspects (Motown, Stax, Atlantic), but don’t be surprised if you end up at some unexpected musical destinations, including contemporary tracks!
Have a watch here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=do5_Q-Klh9M
Arkansaw Jukebox Collective
The Arkansaw Jukebox Collective are also gracing us with their fantastic musical stylings!
Arkansaw Jukebox Collective will be playing everything from their now legendary set of covers – by everyone from the Sex Pistols to Stormzy (yes, really!) – and playing them in their signature Bluegrass Style on a banjo.
The moving feast of humanity that is the collective (girls, guys, fiddles, banjos, trumpets – and everything else) deliver a show-stopping performance with covers of very well-known numbers for you to sing along to, but with a real twist as they unearth the hidden country heart across all genres (rock, pop, hip-hop, dance, rap) of music.
Check them out here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E7K9yHO4znY