Musical Guests at the Mouth
We at the Mouth love our stories but we love music too and make it our business to search out the best musicians for our nights here they are, as with our storytellers list, in order of first appearance.
Rebecca Joy Sharp - Rebecca gets into both categories!Performance poet, storyteller and harpist. An angelic Tom Waits.
The Awkward Silence - Wonderful Ukulele duo Joe Laverty and Peter Vincent Harrison
Dave Jackson - Singer Song-writer (Ex Benny Profane, Dead Cowboys) - Johhny Cash crossed with Hammer House of Horror
Emma Runswick - Fantastic Folk singer red of hair and politics
Joe Rhead - Superb singer/songwriter. A great voice and fine guitarist. One for the i-pod!
STRANGER - Two guitars a djembi drum and sweet sweet harmonies.
Tommy Dewhurst - Tommy's songs reflect things we can all relate to in ,something mundane as a puddle Tommy can bring to life. A regular at the Maghull Folk Club
Rachael Wright- A stunning singer song writer. Powerful lyrics sung beautifully. You should check her out!
Tony Kehoe - soulful singer and host of 'Sunday's at Sudley.'
Harp and a Monkey - They have been described as Elbow for Seafarers and ramblers. Poignant, funny, charming and brilliant musicians to boot!
Shoes4Brakes -A superb pop duo from the Wirral.
Joe Laverty - One young man and his ukulele singing mucky songs that will make you laugh your back off!
Marc James Hannon - Front man of The Springtime Anchorage Marc will blow your socks off.
Thom Morecroft - Thom Morecroft is not just a short, excitable, and scruffy young man from Shropshire. He is also a fine addition to a growing cannon of Liverpool-based songwriters, extensive original material and powerful voice have earned him a reputation on the local circuit.
Rapunzel and Sedayne - Living and Breathing folk art!
The Mersey Belles - The Mersey Belle's are cousins Nancy and Pearl who take you on a trip down memory lane infusing the ukulele with fabulous renditions of all the old classics from the 40's and 50's while making songs from the 21st century sound even better than they do on the wireless radio!
She Drew The Gun - Described by others as 'Cool as cool can be' and we can't argue with that.