Keith Luckey (Guitar/Vocals) plays a selection of Americana, Country-Blues, Skiffle, a few 50s & 60s favourites, as well as a couple of sad country songs - collective noun 'Lo-Fi-Punkabilly' (Check out the playlist page).
Keith plays regular solo gigs in pubs, cafes and at private events
He has also built up a reputation as an acoustic street musician who has performed regularly at Cambridge and Lincoln Busking festivals.
Celebrating #Woodstock50 in the Cafe/Bar at Lincoln Drill Hall @lincdrillhall Saturday 17th August, 2019, 12 pm to 3 pm.
August 17th at Lincoln Drill Hall
Drill Hall will be holding a charity event to mark the 50th anniversary of the
Woodstock Festival from 12 to 3 pm on Saturday 17th August in the Drill Hall
Cafe/Bar. Admission is free but collection buckets will be located at the front
of the stage and near the Box Office. All of the donations collected will go to
Lincoln Arts Trust towards the work that L.D.H does with young people.
There will also be a raffle with the proceeds going to the same cause.
acts will be performing 20 minute sets of songs by acts that appeared at the
original Woodstock or at least songs that relate to the contemporary music of
will be invited to wear sixties/seventies clothing if they so choose. There
might even be a bottle of Aldi cheap white California wine for the person
judged to wear the best outfit.
acts performing are..
Luckey - Country, Roots and Oldies
McFarland - Americana, Folk & Roots
and Teri - Folk Music Duo
Up - Student
Based Local Covers Band
No Eye Deer - Various
Drop - Reggae, Ska and Down Home Roots
Steve Jackson - Folk, Country & Originals