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Sun, 07 Apr


The Bristol Fringe

Jess Silk & Lee McCrory

Talented singer-songwriter Jess Silk and all time favourite monthly Fringe resident Lee McCrory team up to create the perfect Duo for your Sunday evening. This event is TICKETED. Link provided here:

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Jess Silk & Lee McCrory
Jess Silk & Lee McCrory

Time & Location

07 Apr 2024, 20:00 – 08 Apr 2024, 22:00

The Bristol Fringe, 32 Princess Victoria St, Clifton, Bristol BS8 4BZ, UK

About the event

Jess Silk is a guitarist, singer and songwriter from the Black Country. Her shouty but melodic brand of folk/punk music often has her being likened to a female Frank Turner or Billy Bragg, and it gets people sitting up and listening. Armed only with an increasingly sticker-covered acoustic guitar and a distinctive, gravelly voice that many don’t expect, Jess plays to audiences up and down the UK and has shared stages with many well known names among the folk/punk scene.  Jess released her debut album, Break the Bottle, in May 2018 with a packed out show at her spiritual home of Katie Fitzgerald’s in Stourbridge. Since then she’s shared a number of other releases including two live EP’s with tracks taken from shows at Katie’s and HMV Merry Hill. 2020 saw the world shut down and Jess release two (almost completely) self produced EP’s, the first of which, If We’re Damned, was put together from songs that had been gathering metaphorical dust on her harddrive, and the second, There’s A Bar At the End Of the World, a collection of songs written between March and August taking their inspiration from the events of the year. At the end of August 2021 Jess released her second full-length album Blitz Spirit and is currently working on her third studio album. Over the past couple of years Jess has appeared at a number of festivals including Bearded Theory, Rebellion, Beautiful Days and Glastonbury where she shared a stage with Billy Bragg as part of his Radical Roundup on the Left Field stage. Jess continues to tour around the UK playing festivals, supports and headline shows and in March of 2023 played six dates supporting the Levellers. 

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