This year Haverfoodfest has taken to the streets of Haverfordwest centre. We will have musicians playing in two central locations to create atmosphere and entertainment through a wonderful blend of local acoustic musicians.
The two music places are outside Eddies in Quay Street and at the back of Ocky White by the river behind Bridge Street. Pick up a map in local shops or see it here on our website to show you locations of both musicians and stalls. This will bring you on a nice walk round the town to see everything.
Haverfoodfest Live Music 2019
Behind Ocky White
10 – 10.45 Colin Bell
11 – 11.45 Jumping Fleas
12 – 12.45 Abbie Mottram
1 – 1.45 Rosey Cale
2 – 2.45 Llewhellin Duo
10.15 – 11 Jim Smiles
11.15 – 12 Steve Bartram
12. 15 – 1 Colin Bell
1.15 – 2 Abbie Mottram
2.15 – 3 Dixieland Jazz Trio
In the 1980/90’s Colin Bell was singer guitarist with a rock and pop duo establishing himself as a musician. Colin then went solo for a few years 2005/10, In recent years he’s done some solo (mainly acoustic) and occasionally form “The Belbow Duo” with Geoff Bowen. Also a member of “The Flat Cappers” which is mainly rock and pop duo. You’re in for a real treat from this well seasoned musician.
My name is Abbie Mottram, I am 14 years old. I have loved singing ever since I can remember. I haven’t done many gigs as I used to have really bad stage fright but I’m starting to love performing. Singing is my way of expressing how I feel as I don’t like opening up much. I’m getting more confident in singing in front of people and I’m even writing my own songs. I hope I get somewhere in this career one day.
The Dixie 3, Banjo
They are a Trumpet and Sax, playing old time New Orleans influenced, Jazz standards.
Rosey Cale is a 24 year old Country Pop singer songwriter whose music takes influence from timeless country whilst its contemporary production and sharp pop hooks will appeal to fans of Sara Bareilles, Carrie Underwood and Adele.
Rosey very recently released her new single ‘Mary Jane’ about walking away from a toxic relationship and standing on your own two feet when it feels like the world is crumbling around you.
Her self released debut EP released in 2016, ‘Creating Images’, features songs inspired by heartbreak, challenging issues such as tackling body image following her battle and triumph with Anorexia Nervosa, to one of her most requested songs ‘OAP’ which sheds light on the perks of becoming and old age pensioner.
In January Rosey performed in the award winning musical ‘Eye Of The Storm’ in Hong Kong where she played the lead role of Emmie Price.
Hailing from a tiny village in Pembrokeshire, brothers Kev and Rob make up acoustic guitar instrumentalists, The Llewellin Duo. Performing a selection of tracks by the brilliant Mexican guitar duo Rodrigo Y Gabriela, as well as taking a spectrum of well known songs from Bruno Mars to AC/DC and playing them in their own style. Mixing energetic, high tempo, flamenco influenced rhythms and complex lead melodies. The Llewellin Duo offer a unique, captivating live performance not to be missed. “They have a passion for their music that is almost tangible and there is an intensity in what they produce that holds the listener spellbound” – Sue Walton, 3 Tons of news.
James Smiles is a prolific singer/songwriter/musician. He grew up in Pembrokeshire, West Wales. Recorded in Cardiff Bay Studio (Wings for Jesus Studio). The style is mellow, indie, with a mix of upbeat pop. An eclectic mix and a unique sound. He has a 17 track album. Called Tell Your Friends Smiles Last for Miles. The album is now available to buy on iTunes.
Steve Bartram the front man from local band Random Perception who are releasing their brand new album in May playing a huge range of acoustic covers ranging from Stereophonics and kings of Leon to Elvis and Tom Jones. With big guitar riffs and vocals to match he will get you up on your feet!
The Jumping Fleas Haverfordwest Ukulele Club, an enthusiastic group of ukulele players, young and old, always hit their festival stride, playing Old Classic’s to Modern Pop Hits.