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The Jamestown Brothers

Soul stirring, foot-stomping, original songs drawn from the well of country, blues and folk.

Now available!!:  

Date

Time

Venue

Town

15th  January 2020


Railway Inn “Wassail Celebration”

Sandford

28th February 2020

11.00 pm

No 1 Harbourside

Bristol

28th March 2020


Mardons

Midsomer Norton

3rd April 2020


Bootlegger

Cardiff

25th April 2020


Old Mail House

Bristol

2nd May 2020


The King Arthur

Glastonbury

17th May 2020


Bar Brunel

Bridgwater

23rd May 2020


Beer Festival

Burnham

29th May 2020


The Old Ship Aground

Minehead

13th June 2020


Wimborne Folk Festival

Wimborne, Dorset

4-5th July 2020


Keynsham Festival

Keynsham

12th July 2020


Nailsea Beer Festival

Nailsea

18th July 2020


Godney Gathering

Godney

27th August 2020


Brit Bar

Weston Super Mare

12th September 2020


The Esplanade Club

Watchet

1st November 2020


Bar Brunel

Bridgwater

Gig Diary

“Just been listening to The Jamestown Brothers ep.

Gurt Love it! It's got a great celtic vibe about it with some wicked toe tappin' tunes.” Oz Cahill

“I watched a great gig last night at Tobacco Factory BS3 from the The Jamestown Brothers. Foot stomping they certainly were!! #Country #Blues #Folk & first time to my recollection that I've ever seen / heard a Flugelbone played !!!”

To get in touch with us contact Colin on 07450 923458.

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What People Say About Us

It was great having you here ! Come back sooooon.

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“I had the pleasure of coming up to Weston with my Partner Brigette to see this group, and in particular, to support band member Sharon who is a life-long friend of Brigette.

This group is brimming with talent led by their lead singer Colin who has a great voice and is the link that holds it all together.  These musicians really can play their instruments very well, they have great harmony, a variety of well-written tracks and they sound very professional.

Their music is infectious and all the way home we couldn't stop singing 'Hey Ho' from their track Singing for our Supper'.  A great evening listening to a great band who really should have a much wider audience than just the South West.

Respect.  10/10”



The Jamestown Brothers are a foot stomping ‘happy music’ band who have played at our venue twice now. Although, we usually have mainly covers bands, their original music has gone down well with our audiences - so much so that we have booked them again. Fast paced, country and roots style music played with energy and enthusiasm gets everyone’s feet tapping from the off.

These guys are guaranteed to entertain whatever the occasion and in any setting from a festival field to a cosy club tucked away by the sea.

Helen and Roy🤗

The Esplanade Club Watchet