Oxjam Beeston Takeover 2016, 16:50–17:30 Rambling Rosh at The Hop Pole
About Rambling Rosh:
Wandering musician extraordinaire! Former singer/songwriter, now turned to playing mandolin and tenor banjo. Plays an eclectic mixture of ragtime, traditional Irish, bluegrass, indie and pop classics. Typically plays Bohemian venues around the East Midlands including The Alley Café, The Maze, Crocus Café, The Jam Café, and has played for promoters such as I’m not from London, Save our Scene, and Acoustickle.
About The Hop Pole:
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The Hop Pole is a local traditional community pub situated in Chilwell. It is a very old, unspoilt pub dating back to 1870. With its lovely original beams and 2 fireplaces, this gives the pub a very warm, homely feel, and with friendly staff throughout this makes The Hop Pole a fantastic place to spend the afternoon.
We have a fully stocked cellar, offering draught beer, wine and spirits, along with real ale and a range of soft drinks for all non-drinkers and drivers.
The Hop Pole stage is sponsored by Foster Industrial - https://www.fosterindustrial.co.uk/
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Come to the hop pole for great music and atmosphete. It's getting busy here.
Rambling Rosh has just begun at The Hop Pole and is drawing in the Oxjammers!
The Beestonian issue 16 has an interview of Rambling Rosh, who'll be playing Froth and the Hop Pole