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Bedlam originally formed in 1990 and somehow are still going! Two of the original members, Lofty Edwards and John Hawthorne are still with the band and it shows. Local raconteur, Will Morgan joined in 2002 and they enjoyed continuing success, drawing in good crowds at venues across the region. After a brief hiatus, Bedlam reformed in 2017 when they were joined by local folky hero Neil MacPherson, who brought the average age down by quite a bit. Playing a mix…Find out more »
Paul Parker & all the Right Friends return to the New Inn to continue following their path to bring you rootsy Americana, Folk and Blues. Their influences are too many and varied to list but think of the sound of Tom Petty and REM combined with the Levellers and you’re getting pretty close. With two full albums to their credit so far ‘Comin’ Home’ and ‘Hurtin’ Without you’, and a three track EP ‘Right for the Sun’. These contain all…Find out more »
In 2001 Gwyn Ashton was voted in 3rd place for Guitarist of The Year with the amazing Jeff Beck winning the title! After a knock our performance in the After a knock-out performance at 2017 Great British R&B Festival in Colne (UK) opening for Woodstock legends Ten Years After, Australian guitarist/songwriter Gwyn Ashton is back with a vengeance and a brand new powerful act, touring the world, promoting his 2017 album 'Solo Elektro' and looking for tour dates in 2018.…Find out more »
At the New Inn Newport we love real ale and pride ourselves on the quality of our beer. We are thrilled to have been included in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide for the past couple of years. 2018 will see us put on two beer festivals, each festival will be featuring no less than 20 cask ales on offer all at the same time and a number of traditional ciders too. Cask ale has a huge appreciation amongst our customers…Find out more »
Please note that since this was added to the calendar stuff may have changed. It’s not my fault, it just happens sometimes.