Już 13 listopada o godzinie 20:00 w TEATR BARAKAH przy ul. Paulińska 28 w Krakowie odbędzie się LOOSE WIRED.
This edition of Loose Wired will feature three local Singer Songwriters all of whom now currently call Krakow home although they each have roots in the wider world. With three distinct styles and voices each artist brings a unique presence to the stage and they will collectively make this a more than memorable Friday the 13th. Zapraszamy!!!!
KARL CULLEY – DAVE MOLUS – JAMES HADDOCK JR.
Karl Culley is a fingerstyle acoustic guitarist, songwriter and singer from the North of England. He currently lives in Krakow, Poland. His fourth album, Stripling, consisting of 12 songs of just voice and guitar, with not an overdub used, was recorded in his adopted home of Krakow by Polish engineer Jarosław Zawadzki who sat him down, stood back and shouted go.
With such themes as: gemmology (Semi-Precious), the selectivity of memory (Memory’s Like A Hunting Hawk), pining for one’s beloved (School Of The Heart ) and the suicide attempt of a gangster’s son (A.J.), this set is the quintessence of Culley’s versatility as a songwriter and his inventiveness as a guitarist.
Singer, songwriter, bandleader, guitarist and composer – Molus has the rare and focused talent to captivate and hush a crowded bar with a few whispered strums from his rhythmic guitar. With thoroughly weathered vocals and equally world-wary lyrics he’s been beguiling listeners with tales of love, loss and longing for over a decade in small bars, large clubs and at festivals across Europe. On most occasions he performs as the frontman of the acclaimed Krakow, Poland based quintet Smingus, but for the lucky few Dave Molus and his guitar will be performing solo just for you.
JAMES HADDOCK JR. (US)
Alaskan James Haddock Jr. is sure to captivate with his stripped down and intimate alt country/indie songs, lyrically direct yet subtle, opiate yet lucid – his excellent latest album is 'Fieldnotes’.
Tickets: 10 PLN