Gift of the Gibbs

Back by popular demand, the Birchmeadow in Broseley will once again welcome wandering troubadour Mr Otis Gibbs, songwriter, storyteller, painter, photographer and planter of 7,176 trees. Gibbs takes to the stage on 17 June to entertain the audience with his stories of American life. His style of social history telling has been compared to that of Woody Guthrie and he was described by Rolling Stone magazine as ‘a man you should give a damn about!’

Advance tickets are £10 from Downes’s greengrocers, Hurdley’s or online at birchmeadow.org.uk/live-music, or on the door for £12. To find out more, call 07890 057832.

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