A tribute to Ronnie Lane with Kuschty Rye at the Atkinson

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The Atkinson – Museum & Galleries January 7 2015 7:30 pm

The Grateful Fred’s Presents:

Kuschty Rye

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When the late Ronnie Lane left The Faces in 1973 he surprised everyone with his next move. Forming a band, Slim Chance he took to the road in a caravan and set up shows in a tent. A world away from the rock’n’roll route his former band mates Rod Stewart and Ronnie Wood pursued, Lane’s vision of a bucolic English entertainment briefly captured the limelight before he tragically succumbed to MS.

Enter Des Horsfall.

Thirty years on he’s trying to capture the spirit of Lane’s endeavour on a trilogy of albums that he hopes will reflect the original Slim Chance releases. Naming his band after a Lane song, Kuschty Rye, which befitting Lane’s attempt to emulate a gypsy lifestyle was a Romany term that loosely translated means a “good gentleman, someone in touch with the Romany ways, Horsfall gives us an album of jaunty acoustic singalongs which do have a louche swagger about them. Rather than offer a straightforward album of cover versions the Lane connection consists of covers of Careless Love and The Poacher with eight self penned songs that share the loose, slung together attitude of Slim Chance.

“This is a killer record.. KILLER” – Paul Townshend

7:30 pm
The Atkinson – Museum & Galleries
£8 advance / £10 doors plus transaction fee. Fee is £2 per transaction


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