Wednesday 31st August 2011
Doors 7:30 pm
Price £18 / £20
Universally acclaimed Canadian troubadour Ron Sexsmith comes to Brighton for an intimate show in support of his 11th album, Long Player Late Bloomer.
This prolific singer-songwriter revered by a galaxy of artists from Bob Dylan to Elton John, Steve Earle to Lucinda Williams for his insight into the human heart and a melodic purity (to paraphrase admirer Elvis Costello) unheard since the heyday of Paul McCartney, you’ll find him straight after the Sex Pistols in any self-respecting encyclopedia of modern music.
Taking inspiration from the likes of Ray Davies, Harry Nilsson, Bing Crosby and Bill Withers, Ron has forged an international reputation over the past two decades second to none, picking up a plethora of awards in the process.
His live performances are renowned for being intimate heartwarming affairs, so don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to experience one of musics true greats up close and personal.