- Date: Saturday 2 Dec 2017
- Hall: CreativeColors Stage
- Doors open: 19:30
- Start: 20:30
- Presale: 28,75 (incl. service charge)
- At the door: 30,-
Mostly Autumn is an integral part of the British progressive rock landscape. The sheer emotional guitar play of Bryan Josh is very reminiscent of guitar heroes like David Gilmour and Steve Hackett. The release of their new album "Sight of Day" is scheduled this spring.
Mostly Autumn hails from the medieval English town of York and was founded in 1996 by Bryan Josh. Initially inspired by bands like Genesis and Pink Floyd they managed to develop a unique sound over the years. Characteristic of Mostly Autumn is the prog/folk sound. Celtic influences are combined with symphonic, melodic parts, and heavy elements. Besides Bryan Josh the band consists of singer (and wife) Olivia Sparnenn, keyboardist Iain Jennings, guitarist Chris Johnson, Angela Gordon on flute, vocals and keyboards, bassist Andy Smith and drummer Alex Cromarty.