Gosport Museum and Art Gallery

Join us at Gosport Museum for our courtyard session featuring Laurence Henderson's guitar driven Blues Rock with Milly's Soulful addition on percussion. Prepare for an afternoon of music, food and even Pimms!

Courtyard Sessions will be running on various Saturday's throughout summer  - check out the next show here!

Tickets: Free
Event: Saturday 6 July, 1pm

Laurence Henderson 

Laurence Henderson carries the flame for classic, guitar-driven blues-rock. Born to an Orchestral Double Bassist and a Violin Teacher, Laurence was honing his musical skills from birth and would go on to discover the likes of Joe Bonamassa, Jeff Beck, Led Zeppelin, Eric Johnson and Sting.

Within two years of picking up the guitar, he was giving live performances to halls and venues in his local Southampton area, his technical ability evident from the first day. By the time he reached his mid-twenties, he wanted to be more than just a ‘local guitar hero’ – honing his songwriting through a variety of different influences.

Laurence stepped out of the shadows with his early releases such as ‘Strings’, ‘I Won’t Wait’ and ‘Where I Belong’ – bringing a new, modern, English flavour to modern Blues/Country inspired Rock. More recently Laurence has opened up for fellow Blues-Rockers Kriss Barras & Dan Patlansky and continues to produce a gripping show for audiences around the country.

Milly Thimaras

Milly Thimaras is a London born singer-songwriter and performance artist, known for her powerful vocals and theatrical storytelling through her songs. Milly has been described by audiences as "The Rockstar you don't know about yet". She has been compared by her audiences to the likes of Beth Hart & Michael Jackson. Her more intimate sets have also been described as having a sprinkle of Hozier.

This work is funded by Arts Council England

Hampshire Cultural Trust is one of nearly 1000 organisations bringing creativity and culture to villages, towns and cities across the country as a National Portfolio Organisation.

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