Blues in the Pews is a monthly open mic and jam night at St John’s Church in Highbridge. Featuring house band Mossflower, all are invited to come along and enjoy the music, either in the audience or from the stage!
The evening starts with a set from Mossflower, the house band led by Rev’d Martin Little. Musicians are encouraged to ‘sit in’ with the band, either to sing or bring an instrument to play although participation is not compulsory. All ages and abilities are welcome to join in or simply come along and listen to the local talent in Highbridge.
Blues in the Pews has a licensed bar, and under-18s are welcome to attend with an accompanying adult. There will also be workshops on blues improvisation, songwriting and performance skills soon.
The monthly Blues in the Pews takes place on the 3rd Sat of the month at 7.30pm
Priest-in-Charge of St John’s, The Rev’d Martin Little says “Our vision at St John’s is to be a people of courage sharing God’s love across our community. This of course means we do all the normal things a church does, but it also means thinking outside the box! Live music is really popular in Highbridge, and we’re hoping that Blues in the Pews will appeal to music-lovers and musicians alike, many of whom have been starved of opportunities to perform during the pandemic. It’s all about bringing the community together to celebrate the gift of music.“
Rev’d Martin played in bands for many years before training to be a Vicar, and his band Mossflower are the house band for Blues in the Pews.
For more information and to keep in touch with future events, email firstname.lastname@example.org or check out www.facebook.com/bluesinthepews