A FOLK GYPSY PIRATE PARTY! Two crazy bands one far-fetched event!
Pirate Joe and the Foreign locals: Are, in their own words: beatbox, looping, gypsyfied skanker maybe even a bit of drama and story telling if the audience shouts loud enough!
There’s a storm a brewin’. And navigating it haphazardly towards a rainbow on the crest of a honey whisky wave is Falmouth’s very own ‘Pirate Joe’; A one man band and a rarity in artistry these days, Joe is the epitome of a musical alchemist, connecting with his audience as a conductor would an orchestra, or a Captain and his loyal crew. An old soul on young shoulders, blessed with the ‘spirit of the blues’ and a voice to match, Joe is a Jack Sparrow among us, a whirlwind of creative energy, and blue is one colour you certainly won’t be feeling after a personal interaction as part of his crew.
The Captain's Beard: Pirate minstrels from the humble fishing village of Brighton. Playing a mixture of rocked up maritime and Irish folk music from the British Isles and original tunes that combine the raucous folk-rock vibes of the Pogues, Flogging Molly and The Drop Kick Murphy’s with all the outrageous comedy of Flight of the Concords.
They be a company of traveling troubadours on a quest to bring the finest sea shanties and drinking dancing folk music to everyone who lives the pirates life. These pirates play songs of the grog, grot and grime that comes from sailing the high seas. http://www.thecaptainsbeard.co.uk/