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Today's Events : DEL BARBER @ The Troubadour Club, "Of all the solo troubadours present, Manitoba-born Del Barber created the biggest buzz… “ – Maverick “Loving Del Barber’s Headwaters.” – Bob Harris (BBC) “This album is brilliantly recorded… There is a personal touch to this tender album that connects you to Del’s unique take on the world.” – BreakingMusic.co.uk “The result, called Headwaters, is sublime.” – CKUA’s CD of the Week “Yes, Del Barber is one more singer-songwriter in the purest tradition of the classic troubadour, and one to look out for…” – Hour Community “Headwaters is the finest work yet from one of Canada’s most promising young troubadours. Four stars.” – Winnipeg Free Press “New album by Del Barber is a songwriting gem. It’ll get into your soul.” – Jian Gomeshi (CBC’s Q) “Where did this guy come from? Barber’s put in the miles. We get his trip.” – Globe & Mail “…Barber’s just getting started blazing his trail.” – Penguin Eggs “Any workaday songwriter can add a handclap here or a tambourine shake there, but few can sustain such a high energy level across a full album. Barber’s commitment to holding listeners’ interest goes a long way.” – Exclaim – “He’s most charismatic on stripped-down fingerpicked numbers.” – NOW Magazine – “Barber is a throwback, a storyteller that lets moments and emotions burn through his soul until they reach his fingertips and find a home with melody. There are endless numbers of songwriters trying to forget the past or simply steal from it, but Barber resides in the rarefied air (think Josh Ritter or Doug Paisley) of talent hoping only to fine tune proven recipes and results.” – HeroHill – “Headwater‘s chronicles are enhanced by Del Barber’s passionate vocabulary, like when he asserts that "everything is never enough" or brilliantly mourns the homeland he abandoned on the closer Soul of the Land That’s Mine. Yes, Del Barber is one more singer-songwriter in the purest tradition of the classic troubadour.” – Hour – “Del Barber, the thoughtful Manitoba troubadour and alt-country rocker who just released his third album (Headwaters), is a rambler and a seeker.” – Globe and Mail Doors open 8pm - Tickets in advance £10 to guarantee entrance.     
 
     
 

London Pubs and Bars - The Troubadour, Kensington And Chelsea SW5 9JA - Event

 
 
 
Accomm. Offer -  Sunday:- Third night at HALF price if you mention reading about our serviced apartments on The Pub and Bar Network!
Visit Earls Court in sumptuous comfort and stay in either The Garret or The Eleanor. We are close to the South Kensington museums & Knightsbridge shops. Good transport to Westfield or Oxford Street. Perfect for a family trip to London. Characterful yet luxurious. Stay three nights & get third at half price.
Can fit up to four people! Offer valid till 30.12.13
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Live Music -  Tuesday:- Acoustic and cool bands perform in The Troubadour Club every Tuesday. Doors open at 8pm (with a happy hour until 10pm offering 2-4-1 cocktails). Check our website for availability and more info on the musicians and gigs. Pls ReTweet this event
 
Live Music -  Wednesday:- International Guitar Night:
Amrit Sond - Circular Motion
Roland Chadwick & Nick Linnik - String Theory
Chris Woods - Stories for Solo Guitars
Amazing night - not to be missed!
Visit our website in order to buy tickets in advance £6 + £1 admin fee - Recommended for guaranteed entrance on the night
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Live Music -  Thursday:- The Troubadour presents up to four acts of live music on a Thursday night - all worth watching. Doors open at 8pm and tickets are only £7. Happy hour for cocktails is from 8pm until 10pm so arrive early! More info on the musicians on our website.... Pls ReTweet this event
 
Live Music -  Friday:- Friday is party night at The Troubadour with great bands and DJs. Doors open at 8pm (with a happy hour until 10pm offering 2-4-1 cocktails). Check our website for more information on the musicians and gigs. Pls ReTweet this event
 
 
 
 
Live Music - Monday, 23 September:- DEL BARBER @ The Troubadour Club,

"Of all the solo troubadours present, Manitoba-born Del Barber created the biggest buzz… “ – Maverick

“Loving Del Barber’s Headwaters.” – Bob Harris (BBC)

“This album is brilliantly recorded… There is a personal touch to this tender album that connects you to Del’s unique take on the world.” – BreakingMusic.co.uk

“The result, called Headwaters, is sublime.” – CKUA’s CD of the Week

“Yes, Del Barber is one more singer-songwriter in the purest tradition of the classic troubadour, and one to look out for…” – Hour Community

“Headwaters is the finest work yet from one of Canada’s most promising young troubadours. Four stars.” – Winnipeg Free Press

“New album by Del Barber is a songwriting gem. It’ll get into your soul.” – Jian Gomeshi (CBC’s Q)

“Where did this guy come from? Barber’s put in the miles. We get his trip.” – Globe & Mail

“…Barber’s just getting started blazing his trail.” – Penguin Eggs

“Any workaday songwriter can add a handclap here or a tambourine shake there, but few can sustain such a high energy level across a full album. Barber’s commitment to holding listeners’ interest goes a long way.” – Exclaim – “He’s most charismatic on stripped-down fingerpicked numbers.” – NOW Magazine – “Barber is a throwback, a storyteller that lets moments and emotions burn through his soul until they reach his fingertips and find a home with melody. There are endless numbers of songwriters trying to forget the past or simply steal from it, but Barber resides in the rarefied air (think Josh Ritter or Doug Paisley) of talent hoping only to fine tune proven recipes and results.” – HeroHill – “Headwater‘s chronicles are enhanced by Del Barber’s passionate vocabulary, like when he asserts that "everything is never enough" or brilliantly mourns the homeland he abandoned on the closer Soul of the Land That’s Mine. Yes, Del Barber is one more singer-songwriter in the purest tradition of the classic troubadour.” – Hour – “Del Barber, the thoughtful Manitoba troubadour and alt-country rocker who just released his third album (Headwaters), is a rambler and a seeker.” – Globe and Mail

Doors open 8pm - Tickets in advance £10 to guarantee entrance.
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VAT Tax Parity Day - Wednesday, 25 September:- We are cutting our prices by 7.5%. We support:- VAT: Tax Parity Day.

Join us today and enjoy food prices for less. Support us in telling Government that you would use pubs more if prices were cheaper.
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