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Andy Robinson posted this on 15th Jul 2012
Tom Copson Kick starts Bivouac Music Evenings
Well I had the opportunity to sit back, relax and enjoy the evening with our good friend Tom Copson the other week. I had the weekend off work but Sarah and I decide we would come along to what was promised as a great evening of friends, food, some amazing music and inevitably a few beers too! It was great to be able to see how this place worked from the other side as a paying customer and what an evening we had!
Tom Copson came to kick off the start of Bivouac Live Music Events and I can safely say what a pleasure it was to be in the presence of this young up and coming musician. I personally had never heard of this musical talent myself but his new album ‘Woven’ is now a regular in the Robinson house hold.
The bar which was being looked after brilliantly by James, Bee and Harriet was busy all night and I have to say I enjoyed sampling the local beers that were in stock. The ancient recipes for ‘Crack Shot’ and ‘Ripon Jewel’ (recipes were found in Ripley Castle and Ripon Cathedral) went down particularly well brewed by Daleside Brewery in Harrogate. There was of course the usual local beers brewed in Masham which need no introduction and went down in equal quantities just as well.
I am looking forward to the next music event with local singer and song writer Roger Davies who sings of his northern upbringing so endearingly. Going from my experience of Bivouacs first event I will most certainly be in attendance!
Roger Davies 28th July 7.30pm
David Sorley posted this on 18th Apr 2011
Planning… Tick! so, now the hard work continues