What's On at HTH Live
Carrie RodriguezSun 9th Nov 2014 - On Stage at 8.30pm
After taking HTH by storm at last August Bank Holiday’s sell out show, Carrie is back by popular demand. The daughter of accomplished songwriter David Rodriguez, Carrie came to everyone’s attention a decade ago, performing with singer-songwriter Chip Taylor and has established an impressive roster of touring, recording, and co-writing affiliations—with Lucinda Williams, Rickie Lee Jones, John Prine, Mary Gauthier, Alejandro Escovedo, guitarist Bill Frisell, and others. The singer songwriter will show the importance of ‘letting go’ with performances from her current solo album Give Me All You Got.
COMEDY CLUB - Joe Lycett & Suzi Ruffell with MC Damian ClarkWed 12th Nov 2014 - On Stage at 8:00pm
China CrisisSun 16th November 2014 - On Stage at 8:30pm
80s pop duo China Crisis come to HTH as part of our autumn season of intimate shows featuring classic music legends. Original vocalist/keyboardist Gary Daly and guitarist Eddie Lundon will be performing stripped back versions of all their Top 40 hits including Wishful Thinking, Black Man Ray, King in a Catholic Style as well as new tracks from their first studio album since 1994, ‘Autumn in the Neighbourhood’.
Julia Fordham - Porcelain 25Tue 25th November 2014 - On Stage at 8.30pm
Following her Christmas appearance at HTH Live as part of her sell-out UK tour in 2013, Julia Fordham returns to Shrewsbury to celebrate the 25th anniversary of her landmark album ‘Porcelain.’ Julia will be performing the album in its entirety, accompanied by her long-time pianist and album producer Grant Mitchell, as well as many of her other hits, as well as a few surprises along the way.
“To this day, people still stop me in the street and sing songs from ‘Porcelain’ to me. They share stories about how much the album connected with them. So it’s an honour to perform the whole album for the faithful audience that has supported me all these years.”
Boo HewerdineThur 27th Nov 2014 - On Stage at 8:30pm
Much loved English songwriter Boo Hewerdine returns to Henry Tudor House in support of his first career retrospective album, My Name In The Brackets (The Best Of). Featuring many of the greatest songs from Boo’s time leading The Bible in the mid-eighties and his subsequent solo career, the performance of his compilation spans over 25 years worth of recordings
Jennifer CrookSun 22nd February 2015 - On Stage at 8:30pm