OXJAM BEESTON MUSIC FESTIVAL 2023, 19:50–20:30 Danny Beardsley at HOP POLE
About Danny Beardsley:
Beeston musician Danny Beardsley has been described as one of the most intuitive and convincing guitarists around. Danny first cut his teeth and plied his craft with Derbyshire Rock band Isolysis before he went on to form Emperor Chung. Dannyâ€™s songwriting maintained its infectious quality in Emperor Chung, combining memorable classic rock with progressive touches that truly set the band apart from its contemporaries. In 2015, Danny, along with Isolysis Drummer Dave Wright, created instrumental progressive trio The Parallax Method. Described by Prog Magazine as "Devastatingly contagious", they combine ultra-modern prog style with old school classic rock tones to create genuinely interesting song structures and refreshing melodic overtones. With appearances with his bands at some of the most prestigious festivals including Download, Bloodstock, UK Tech Fest, Hammerfest, HRH Prog, HRH Road Trip to Ibiza, Rock and Blues Festival, Camden Rocks and Macmillan Fest, Danny's musical endeavours have garnered support from the likes of Scuzz TV, Classic Rock Magazine, Prog Magazine, Kerrang, Metal Hammer, Total Guitar, Powerplay and Planet Rock. Danny released his debut solo album Blood From A Stone in 2019, showcasing his vocal talent for the first time. An acoustic reworking was released in July 2020. Studio album number two 'Chase The Sun' was released in June 2022. 2023 is set for the announcement of an exciting new project.
About HOP POLE:
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The Hop Pole is a local traditional community pub situated in Chilwell known as a great music venue.
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. In the summer months the beer garden is a lovely place to sit and relax with a refreshing drink, or a tasty meal.
To accommodate all smokers, there is a heated smoking area to keep you nice and warm and the winter nights, and with disabled access and a car park on the premises this makes the pub easily accessible for all.
Every Tuesday night is dedicated to live music evenings which are fantastic nights, with different acts on each week, quiz nights also take place of a Wednesday in which there is a gallon of ale up for grabs, so come on down and test your knowledge. For that special occasion, 200 people can be accommodated for throughout and a buffet can be provided on request. So come on down to The Hop Pole where a warm and friendly welcome awaits you.
Under 18s are welcome until 9pm as long as accompanied by an adult.