May 3, 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Special ‘Pay What You Think It’s Worth’ performance
Acoustic Vaudeville comes to Worcester’s newest live venue with top piano-led, close-harmony singer songwriting trio Mumbo-Jumbo come to the Worcester Arts Workshop in a special ‘Pay What You Think It’s Worth’ performance.
Playing regularly across the country at festivals, blues and folk clubs and village hall shows, eclectic double British Blues Awards nominees Mumbo-Jumbo not only create excellent, interesting songs with three lead voices, but also a whole utilise a whole flock of instruments including piano, accordion, bass, trumpet, ukulele, guitar, washboard, kazoo and percussion.
“We chose Worcester to test out this new idea of ‘Pay What You Think it’s Worth’ which means that you come to the gig for free and then decide what you want to pay at the end. Our gigs are normally ticketed at between £8-10, but we want to offer music goers the chance to decide what is a fair price for the entertainment they have received. We are really confident they are going to have an absolute blast!”
Travelling the UK on the blues, folk and acoustic festival, club and village hall circuits, Mumbo-Jumbo sits somewhere between blues, folk and jazz with tinges of reggae and whatever else takes their fancy on the night. With songs about old soldiers, baldness and the joy of life the guys bring humour and fun to the performance. Tracks from the trio’s recent second album ‘Sonic Gumbo’ have featured widely on the radio.
When: Friday 3rd May
Cost: Pay what you think it’s worth
Where: The Vault
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