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Soul Provision: A fine selection of Soul, Funk, R&B, Jazz & Rocksteady Reggae hosted by Jonny Crawshaw.
Next Date: Saturday 20th December, 4pm-11pm - XMAS SOUL PARTY!
The first annual SOUL PROVISION XMAS SOUL PARTY! featuring a selection of guests from 2014, each bringing 30 minutes worth of their top tunes!
Confirmed guests so far include:
BLAKE HELLIWELL (Sunday Soul Shakedown / MK Soul)
LU MASON (Irie Vibes / Snickledub)
NICKY DAWSON (Soul For Real, Bilbao / Waterfront Blues & Soul Club)
PETE SIMMONS (Bangarang / Irie Vibes)
GAVIN SMITH (aka DJ Tiger, Otley)
& GARY SUTEMIRE (Making his Soul Provision debut!)
As ever, Soul Provision will be hosted by:
Jonny made his name in Scotland under the moniker DJRed6 where he ran a number of successful nights at Edinburgh’s legendary Bongo Club; notably his funk club, “Give It Some!”, the Scottish arm of Soul Jazz Record’s long-running Reggae session “100% Dynamite!” and “Solid Steel” on behalf of Ninja Tune. He returned to his home town of York with his young family in 2009 but regularly travels the country with his prized box of 45s. He is known for his eclectic, dancefloor friendly sets covering all bases from Funk, Soul, R&B & Jazz, through into Rocksteady Reggae and beyond.
Soul Provision is a social session - toe-tapping rather than hip-shaking — and is conceived as a coming together of like-minds in this intimate gem of a pub; The Golden Ball is famed for it's historic interior and excellent selection of Ales (it is also York’s only cooperatively owned and run pub, as well as being the first pub in York to pay the living wage to all staff). If you love great music, great ale and great surroundings, this is the place for you!
Soul Provision is held the last Saturday of every month at The Golden Ball, 2 Cromwell Rd, Bishophill, York. It is Free Entry, starts from 4pm and runs till 11pm (due to the PRS licence — beer is served till 1130pm so we can all sit down afterwards and discuss the music!)
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