SC4M Festival 2016
Sun 11/09/16 12:00 PM - 11:00 PM
The line-up has been announced for this year’s SC4M Festival, held over two rooms at
the Railway Inn in Winchester. This is the seventh year of the festival, which is entirely
non-profit making and is dedicated simply to great music for real music lovers.
Featuring an Acoustic Room (The Attic) and an Electric Room (The Barn), as well as
great food and ales, SC4M is the only festival that guarantees NO MUD, as it is held
The festival will take place on September 11 from 12 midday until 11pm. Tickets are
available from the Railway website www.railwayinn.pub and from Hundred Records in
Headlining in The Barn is JOHN MURRY, who is Mississippi born but now a resident of
Ireland, living in Kilkenny. John’s new album, the follow-up to the hugely acclaimed The
Graceless Age, is now complete, produced by and featuring Toronto’s Cowboy
Junkies. John is a strange and magnetic live performer, a big favourite in Winchester
who performed at the festival in 2013. This will be a duo show with Clive Barnes, which
has been slaying audiences in Ireland.
Headlining in The Attic is one of the greatest success stories to come out of Winchester
in recent years. THIS IS THE KIT features Kate Stables, whose album Bashed Out has
been a hit all over the world. This band always sells out the Railway on its own, so it’s
an honour and privilege to have them performing at SC4M. *appearing at Glastonbury
The other acts:
PETER BRUNTNELL BAND
Peter is SC4M’s “lucky mascot”, having appeared at every festival so far. This year has
been an exceptional one for Peter, with the acclaim received by his album Nos Da
Comrade. Pete will be appearing with his band.
THE BUFFALO RIOT
A Liverpool band on the cusp of wider recognition, they also have a fine new album
called Pale Blue Oceans.
Liverpudlian Robert Vincent brought the house down at last year’s festival and was
immediately invited back. In the meantime, he won the Bob Harris Emerging Artist
Award for 2015.
SMALL TOWN JONES
One of SC4M’s favourite artists, Jim Jones has had a great year with his album Sky
Down To The Ground garnering great reviews and being featured on national radio.
Full band show.
Another artist to watch closely, Nadine’s forthcoming album is produced by John Parish
Matt Boulter is leader of Southend’s finest band, The Lucky Strikes, but also a fine solo
LEWIS AND LEIGH
Fast-rising country-folk duo. *appearing at Glastonbury 2016.
JONAS AND JANE
Another new duo, this time from up the road in Farnham. They specialize in
SC4M likes to showcase new young artists and Hayley is their choice for this year.
There will also be a VERY SPECIAL GUEST from America.
St Paul's Hill