Music night coming to village club aims to shake blues away

James Gillespie
James Gillespie

A live music night will help get rid of the winter blues with a night of soul, calypso, reggae and British funk.

The Great Central Blues Club returns with its first gig of 2015 at Woodford Halse Social Club on Saturday February 28. There will be music from two acts.

Sam Kelly’s Station House has been featuring on the UK music scene for many years. Originating from London’s Station Tavern in the early 1990s, Station House mixes instinctive funk/soul rhythms with the diversity of the blues.

James Gillespie is an up and coming, London based musician.

He brings everything to his music – story telling, pain and passion, catchy melodies all with an indie/reggae edge.

Tickets can be booked by visiting, from the bar at the club or from Village Meat Butchers in Woodford Halse.

They can also be bought by calling organisers Craig and Alison Cutler on 01327 260015.