Hollybush Conservation Centre will be hosting the Guiseley Brothers, an act which once supported music legand Lionel Richie.
The Guiseley Brothers have been together, in one guise or another, since 1982 and are a collection of singer-songwriters, producers and session musicians playing acoustic versions of classic pop songs from 1965 to 1985.
Members of this four-piece band have appeared on albums by Corinne Bailey Rae, Michael Bolton, Natalie Anderson and are currently working on blues player Davy Knowles’ new album.
They have also supported many artists such as Lionel Richie, Katrina & The Waves, Julian Cope and The Bay City Rollers.
All proceeds raised will go towards the Roundhouse Fund. Hollybush, off Broad Lane, has launched a crowdfunding campaign to build The Roundhouse for volunteers and visitors who currently sit outside or in an unheated barn. It will provide a vital community meeting point for volunteer groups which work on the site.
The event will be held on Saturday, 19th November, from 8.30-11.30pm and is suitable for all the family.
Entry on the night is on a ‘pay as you feel’ basis.