Street Dance Modern Folk Music Artists The Demon Barbers Launch Tour "Time Gentlemen Please"

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Demon Barbers modern folk music hip hop dance, street,clog,sword and rap artists launch tour at Bromley this month.

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The Time Gentlemen please tour is set to break the boundaries of traditional folk music and dance conception. Our performances are not only visually stunning but highly engaging for anyone with a passion for music and dance

The Demon Barbers hit their road show with stomping success this month in a folk dance hip hop extravaganza. A unique combination of folk music, street dance, rap, clog stomp, sword and Morris dancing is set to leave audiences in awe. Riverdance just got sexy.
The Demon Barber Roadshow, is now immediately in-demand at festivals too with its dynamic songs, tunes, dance and folk-rock.
Time Gentlemen Please” featuring The Demon Barber Road show starts its major tour this Sunday the 11th September 2011 at The Churchill Theatre in Bromley.
The Demon Barbers’ lead vocalist, Damien Barber had this to say “The Time Gentlemen please tour is set to break the boundaries of traditional folk music and dance conception. Our performances are not only visually stunning but highly engaging for anyone with a passion for music and dance, this major tour signifies a great opportunity for us to prove that we really are The UK’s No.1 Folk & Hip Hop Dance Extravaganza!”
Demon Barbers were winners of the Best live act at the BBC Radio Folk Awards 2009 and their steady stream of albums have already reflected the band’s development, coming in like updates from folk music’s front line.
The band are currently promoting their new album The Adventures of Captain Ward.
In 2010 The Demon Barbers took things a stage further, adding street dance (and dancers) to the mix. The show that developed from this, Time Gentleman Please, is a full-fledged stage performance with an elaborate set, a dynamic narrative and a breadth which ranged from the paganism of the Abbots Bromley Horn Dance to the syncopated acrobatics of street dance.
Here are a list of tour dates starting this month:

  •     12th September 2011 Time Gentlemen Please! in Brighton at Theatre Royal Brighton
  •     16th September 2011 Time Gentlemen Please! in Barrow-In-Furness at The Forum
  •     17th September 2011 Time Gentlemen Please! in Norwich at Norwich Playhouse
  •     18th September 2011 Time Gentlemen Please! in York at Grand Opera House York
  •     19th September 2011 Time Gentlemen Please! in Telford at The Place Telford

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