The NewGrass Cutters are a four piece progressive ‘NewGrass’ band who play arrangements of some of the greatest classic pop and rock tunes; with a bluegrass twist.
Pete Brown, Phil Capaldi, Richard Collins, and Andy Crowdy are all veterans of the UK Music Scene and have worked with many big names. the NewGrass Cutters recently played at the internationally renowned Cropredy Festival. The NewGrass Cutters‘ performance was a sensation, with 20,000 folk fans dancing to the band’s unique banjo, lap steel, mandolin, bass and percussion; featuring versions of songs like Too Much Too Young, Good Vibrations, Born to be Wild, Voodoo Chile and Listen to the Music.
What is unusual is that all four band members can sing in different styles so there are some quality vocal harmonies as well as some really original arrangements. Pete Brown and Phil Capaldi are the lead singers, with Richard and Andy joining in for four-part vocal harmonies The band call their style of music ‘Newgrass’- basically, it is their own interpretations of top quality songs with a touch of Bluegrass.
The NewGrass Cutters will be at The Hawth Studio on Saturday 20th October 2018. For more information on tickets, please see the theatre website.