The Ouse Valley Singles Club | The Pub's Too Big Without You

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The Pub's Too Big Without You

by The Ouse Valley Singles Club

Northern Europe's finest new wave skiffle band saying it as it is
Genre: Folk: Skiffle
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5. Whatever Happened to the White Middle-Class Rasta
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6. The Pub's Too Big Without You
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7. River Great Ouse
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8. School Gate Anxiety
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Album Notes
The Ouse Valley Singles Club are a one time 3 piece band which has now expanded into a 5 piece outfit hailing from Bedford, East Anglia in the UK. Comprising of Tim Barron on Lead Vocals & Banjolele, Miss Amy Martell on Bass & Vocals, Uncle Sam on Washboard and Vocals with recent additions of Neil Whittington on slide guitar and Slim Jim Morton on snare drum.

Heavily influenced by the sounds & traditions of 1950’s Skiffle (look it up) OVSC combine this long forgotten genre with the energy of Punk, the swing of Rock and Roll and then layer this with hilarious Folk-like story telling. In doing this they have created a truly original & likeable sound, it’s being called New Wave Skiffle, where George Formby meets The Clash and Vaudevillian Music Hall and Working Men’s club values come together. Their songs give a hysterical observational insight into single life and every day tales of woe as well as some razor sharp observational commentary whilst rocking the crowds at the same time at their energetic live shows.

With 4 albums to their name: ‘Aim low and early’ released in 2011, ‘Knee Trembler ‘released at the end of 2012, ‘Steve’ recorded in 2014 and their latest album 'The Pub's too big without You' and since their formation in 2009, The OVSC have gigged steadily in venues across the UK. Entertaining the crowds from the South East across to the West coast steadily building massive following of loyal fans where ever they play. Along with working hard at the Festival Circuit performing at festivals such as The Isle of Wights Bestival and Rhythmtree Festy. Herefordshire’s Nozstock, Birmingham’s Mosley Folk and Lunar Festivals, Strawberry Fair and LodeStar in Cambridge and Hertfordshire’s Rhythms of The World. They have also supported luminaries such as Chas and Dave on their 2014 tour and also have warmed up for Bob Geldolf and The Boomtown Rats as well as providing support act for the likes of Pete Docherty and The Wonderstuff.



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