New City Sound - House Music Record Label, Production and DJ Collective.
For bank holiday this year the globe brings you this passionate and exciting record label to the floor. Their reputation has meant they've played alongside industry greats such as Fat Boy Slim, Joey Negro, Grant Nelson, Danny Rampling, Kklass, Soul Central, Jazzie B, Eric Prydz, Paul Van Dyk, The Shapeshifters, Junior Jack, Kid Creme, Bushwaka!, Carl Cox and Pete Tong.
Come join us on the dance floor and send the last bank holiday of 2019 off in style!
Expect: Disco | Funk | House | Dub | Dance and good vibes only!
Tickets only £5 early bird get yours now!
Huw Eddy & The Carnival bring uncompromising passion and unrivaled revelry that has driven audiences all over the UK and Europe to throw down their drinks and inhibitions to enter into the moment like never before.
Collecting the carnival together from each corner of the British Isles, Huw and his band bring influences of indie rock and folk with northern soul overtones.
Songs of joy and heartache combine in a triumphant, non stop, electric show.
2018 is the bands busiest year yet, with a huge festival season including shows at Boomtown, Beautiful days, Car Fest and Watchet Festival – to name a few! Following this, the band will be heading out as support for Natalia Tena’s ‘Molotov Jukebox ‘ in September, with their very own UK headline tour in October.
They have received international airplay across the world for their singles In 2017, and BBC Scotland granting them track of the week for their single ‘Fading’. The band are now set to release their debut EP in November 2018 – Huw Eddy & The Carnival are relentlessly building momentum to bring their pulsating parade to the masses.
"Great Tracks!' Alan Raw (BBC Introducing)
"Gripping folk flair" Carpe Carmina
“They’ll make you want to dance with your lover and feel on top of the world” – Ryan Cassata
Support comes from Fifteen Lions, which emerged as a free-flowing solo project from guitarist and singer/songwriter Stuart Fiddes. Now a developing project in partnership with renowned musicians, Paul Cuddeford (Ian Hunter) and Morgan Fisher (Mott the Hoople, Queen), creating a distinct sound blending post-punk, pop and indie rock.
"Hugely talented with haunting songs” - Andrew Marston, BBC Introducing
The globe will be closed during the daytime due to a Private Wedding.
Our unique space in the heart of Hay-on-Wye, within a beautiful converted chapel, is the perfect venue for a range of celebrations: from vintage style garden parties or magnificent weddings, to intimate drinks receptions or a sit-down meal, the globe can be adaptable to suit any occasion.
See more information on wedding options at the venue here
Long running Hereford club night REGGAE PIE were formed in 2011 by married DJ’s Nico Demus and Ally Baba.
As well as founding and playing for Reggae Pie, the DJs have performed at venues all over the country including at Edgbaston Cricket Stadium and in support of illustrious acts such as Craig Charles, the Blockheads and the late DJ Derek.
Reggae Pie now as a residency at Babar Café in Hereford where the night is the exciting new venue’s biggest pull. Pie revellers always know that the music and atmosphere will be foot stompingly good quality fun.
The night pulls in a wide range of age groups, being loved by everyone from the faithful ska and reggae fans of the 70’s and 80’s as well as finding new younger reggae heads.
Nico Demus is particularly well known for finishing off the nights with a climactic ska set, although he also loves dancehall, Calypso and dub. His tastes lie in the old school side of reggae although there are many new bands creating music whose music he celebrates.
Ally Baba arrived at Reggae through the tunes from the Jamaican songstresses of the 70’s. Now her set includes genius tracks by new artists who songs can’t help but rip into your boots, as well as fabulous reggae mash ups and remixes.
Reggae Pie also has a stable of other DJs and bands, where no one Reggae Pie is like any other. For this third gig at the Globe in Hay however, it will be the founders themselves who will came to play for your ultimate enjoyment!
Brighton based folk/rock singer-songwriter Dessie Magee, hails from Belfast, Northern Ireland.
With a diverse musical background, Dessie’s music has recently taken a softer approach drawing influences from the likes of Hozier, Ben Howard, Nathaniel Rateliff and Fink, though not leaving his heavy roots behind. Since then Dessie has gone on to sell out headline shows in Brighton, London and Northern Ireland, appeared at festivals such as Brighton Festival and Fringe Festival and had great success touring America the summer of 2017. His debut single ‘Maze’ was picked as BBC Radio 1’s ‘Track Of The Day’, The Unsigned Guide’s ‘Track Of The Month’, which spent over a month in the top five of the French charts and racked up over 100,000 video views. His next release ‘Castle’ gained over 105k video views.
“Dessie Magee’s vocals were most outstanding on ‘Maze'” – BBC Radio 1
“Amazing and powerful vocals” – Wolf in Suit
“…an energetic and powerful folk music that takes us from the first seconds of the song.” – Music For Your Heart
“We’ve discovered the next big Singer songwriting talent from Brighton for you, DESSIE MAGEE.” – We Love That Sound
The Sundown Jazz Society, Jakey Boy Hughes and your hosts The Butcher’s Dogs!
‘The Butcher’s Dog Show’ is a semi-regular occurrence organised by the quirky ol’ Butcher’s Dogs band personnel - for the purposes of - reasons to be cheerful in the dreary Shires, - the dance floor jumpin’ about committee - and by order of the singalong. Giving opportunities to aspiring song-and-dance people, open mic sensations and the occasional bona fide legend the whole of the Herefordshire & Powys county over!
An alternative to the local open mic homogeny. Tickets are £3 advance and £5 on the door - CASH ONLY!
Luke Doherty: Winner of the British Blues Award - Artist of The Year Wales 2018, and Doc's - Best Male Artist 2015.
Luke has played at many Festivals and Blues Clubs, including: Upton, Abertillery, Tenby, Colne, Maryport, Gloucester, Bentworth, Furnace, Green Valley, Doncaster, Norwich, Whitby, Blackburn, Frome, Radford Mill, Brecon Jazz, Upton Jazz, Llandeilo Jazz, Basingstoke Blues Club, Tubby’s Blues Club, Borough Blues Club, Blues Review, Blues At The Farm, Cambridge Rock Festival, and the 100 Club London, to name a few.
2015 was an exciting year for Luke and the band. The release of their first all original album, Six Strings and a Stetson, which has had numerous air play, which has led to Luke winning Best Male Arist Award, and a track from the album being included in a list for one of best songs of 2015.
2017 saw Mal Preest Join the band, and work started on the 2nd all original album “ Night and Day” The band had the privileged to share the stage with Eric Bell, Kerk Fletcher, Ian Paker, Chantel McGregor, Laurnce Jones, Mike Zito. In venues around the country.
2018 is getting off to a great start with Luke being nominated for A Uk Blues Award and the release of the bands new album “Night and Day”on the 20th April.
This duo of guitar, banjo and washboard play footstomping blues, ragtime, hokum, swing and folk like it was on the street corners of America in the 1920s, 30s & 40s.
An evening of great fun for people all ages and musical tastes this one is not to be missed!
Doors open 8pm / Starts at 8:30pm.
Buy your tickets here
Blackbeard’s Tea Party’s bold and riotous modern folk rock is built for late nights and big stages. Traditional songs and tunes are given a heavy rock edge with earth shattering riffs, playful arrangements and driving dance rhythms. This is gutsy folk rock dragged kicking and screaming into the 21st Century.
The band celebrate a decade in music in 2019 and will commemorate this with their 'Ten YAAR Anniversary Tour' in the Autumn.
Blackbeard's Tea Party believe a live show should be a spectacle for the eyes as well as the ears. Outlandish outfits, costume changes, DIY props, unhinged stage antics and chaotic choreography all add up to an engaging, high-octane show that inevitably leaves audiences cheering for more.
Their most recent release, the 5-track EP ‘Leviathan!’, explores the romanticized glories and the full gruesome horrors of the 19th century whaling industry. The record brings with it a bigger, bolder sound and a revamped live show, employing a heftier rhythm section with their new double-Drum Kit set up.
‘Contemporary folk rock at its most infectious’ - R2
‘York’s answer to The Pogues, but with cleaner fingernails’ - The Telegraph
‘Blackbeard's Tea Party restored my faith in foot-tapping, fun, energy-packed music
recently. In short: they make shanties chic’ -Roger Crow, Huffington Post
‘Gloriously wild, gamely OTT and sharp. This is convincing and essential’ - fRoots
‘Barnstorming buccaneers belting our riff-tastic folk rock’ - Songlines
Join The Black Eyed Dogs for an intimate trio show at The Globe in Hay-on-Wye. Helmed by one of the fathers of Americana, Ethan Johns, Black Eyed Dogs have been receiving rave reviews for their compelling live performances.
Dedicated supporters of the independent music scene, The Dogs' latest record “Revelator” is a live album, currently only available on vinyl and made specifically for record store day. The band, including members Nick Pini (bass), Georgina Leach (fiddle), Zero Quixote (guitar), Dan See (drums) and Chris Hillman (pedal steel) are always on the road. Here are a few words from those who have seen and heard Black Eyed Dogs play:
“The other big performance on Friday was Black Eyed Dogs. You won't see a tighter band... their live version of 'Revelator' is possibly the most epic song currently being performed today. It ebbs and flows, hits breakneck jamming before slowing to a roll, quite honestly it's the song of the weekend.” - Digital fix (Black Deer Festival))
“Providing one of the festival’s highlights... the band challenged each other with swift musicianship, electric energy and a euphoric air of joy which was nothing short of intoxicating." - Line of best fit (Black Deer Festival)
“A trip through space and time via the folk roots of new world music.. the songs are incredible..” (Shindig)
Tickets are £10 - CASH ONLY. Available from the globe prior to the event and on the door.
A Welsh speaker with Bajan heritage, 23 year old Kizzy Crawford's solo career began just a few years ago. In that time, Kizzy has developed an increasing sophistication to her songwriting and performance, which is complimented by her soaring voice that boasts both range and charisma.
Her ambition as a black Welsh artist is to make her mark by fusing bilingual soul-folk jazz and she's already getting recognition for her work with airplay on BBC Radio 1, BBC 6Music, BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio Wales, BBC Radio Cymru as well as live TV performances on S4C, Children in Need for BBC 1 and the 6 Nations advert campaign. Kizzy won the 'Brwydr Y Bandiau' at the National Eisteddfod 2013. She also won a Welsh Singer-Songwriter competition receiving money to record her first EP 'Temporary Zone' with Amy Wadge (Ed Sheeran 'Thinking Out Loud' co-writer).
Kizzy has played many gigs including shows at the National Assembly for Wales during WOMEX, Glastonbury, London Jazz Festival, Cheltenham Jazz, Hay Festival, Festival No 6, Dinefwr Festival, the Plaid Cymru Conference, Blissfields, Wakestock, Abergavenny Food Festival (where she performed her single Golden Brown live on BBC Radio 4) and the Prince Edward Island Festival, Canada. Kizzy has played as support artist for Gruff Rhys, Newton Faulkner, Benjamin Francis Leftwich and has performed alongside Cerys Matthews at the House of Commons, Westminster.
Kizzy is thrilled to be releasing her debut album in 2019.
"Real talent" Huw Stephens, BBC Radio .
"Wonderful" Richard Coles, BBC Radio.
"A star in the making. Not only a great songwriter but also an experienced, polished performer." Stereo board.
"She's overflowing with a comfortable self-confidence and has every right to be" Big Issue.