Rory McLeod plays at The Guitar Bar in Nottingham tonight (Friday, November 13).
Rory McLeod is a British folk singer-songwriter with an unusual CV that has included being a fire eater.
His performances are very much about storytelling in the tradition of the travelling minstrel or troubadour, portrayed with a wide range of traditional and more obscure instruments: guitar, harmonica, trombone, spoons, finger cymbals, bandorea, djembe, his personally-made stomp box and various percussion aids.
He has crossed the globe for different reasons at different times, from Asia to the middle East from Gambia to Cuba, Central America, Australia, North America, Canada, Europe and other nooks and crannies of the earth.
Advance tickets are £10 (£12.50 on the door) and can be reserved by calling Rob on 07770 226 926. The Guitar Bar is located in the Hotel Deux, Clumber Avenue, Sherwood Rise, Nottingham and for more information, visit http://www.guitarbar.co.uk/
Doors open at 8pm and the music starts around 9pm.