This Wednesday (24th April), The Twisty Turns, alongside our friends The One Tree Hillbillies, Jolene & Joe, The Silver Darlings and Maria Hymas will be playing at The Dave Hymas Memorial Concert.
Please join us for an evening of live music to celebrate the life of a true music lover…
Join The Twisty Turns for some warm Country Folk music at The Spread Eagle, Brentwood for their third Monday of the month Monday Acoustic Folk nights.
Monday 18th February
Music begins at 8:30PM
Our third Monday of the month Monday night folk sessions begins again this month. We are returning to the very fine Spread Eagle in Brentwood on Monday 21st January to fill their lovely wooden room with our warm Acoustic Country Folk Music.
Music begins at 8:30PM, it’s free entry, the booze is good and the atmosphere and acoustics are splendid.
See you there!
Tonight! Please join us at The Spread Eagle – Brentwood for our last hoorah in 2018. Warm Country music to put the fire in your hearth and the rum in your punch!
The sun is shining which makes for the perfect evening to nurse a nice ale or two to the warm Country sounds of The Twisty Turns at The Spread Eagle – Brentwood.
Music starts at 8:30PM and it’s free entry… Hoorah!
TONIGHT! It’s that time of the month again, time for a lovely evening of warm Country Folk with The Twisty Turns at The Spread Eagle – Brentwood.
Music starts at 20:30 – SEE YOU THERE!
Thank you to everyone who came out to our album launch this weekend. It was a really magical evening for us and CAME SEPTEMBER hath well and truly come
If you fancy some more invigorating warm Country Folk music then tonight is your lucky night – The Twisty Turns are playing at the Sail Loft Folk club at The Swan in Horndon-on-the-Hill from 8pm.
Hope to see you there…
We had a splendid time playing at The Chequers in Billericay last Saturday for their brilliant Ale festival celebrations.
Thank you to the merry folk for enjoying our music and to The Chequers for inviting us to play, we had a great time!
And that’s not to mention the delicious ales. The Golden Fox was quite a tipple!