Tildon Krautz bring their “Anti-rational Rabbit Folk” to the UK in June

The ever so slightly eccentric Tildon Krautz, a French based band who offer bluegrass, folk, jazz and blues all wrapped up (on their albums) in homemade collages and artwork that one reviewer likened to “Hieronymous Bosch meets Monty Python in Yellow Submarine land,” embark on a lengthy schedule of intimate shows starting on June 7th. Americana UK rated their 2014 album, No. 2 or Blumen Schmarren, 8/10 commenting that band leader Gregg Weiss “manages to write songs that sound as old as the hills.”

The band, with members originating from Poland, New York City, France and Shetland, describe themselves as “Anti-rational Rabbit Folk” and if you want to know what that sounds like then you’d best try to catch them at one of their shows.

Tour dates

June 7th Narrrow Boat Sessions Wrexam, Wales

June 8th Sound Sense, Leadhills

June 9th Moniaive Bluegrass

June 10th One Touch Theatre Inverness

June 12th Lochinver VIllage Hall, Assynt

June 16th Ardross Community Hall, Dornoch

June 17th Sutherland Sessions

June 18th Arisaig Hotel

June 19th Plockton Fiddle School Song Leading master Class

June 19th Plockton Village Hall

June 21st Edinburgh Folk CLub

June 22nd The Old Hairdressers, Glasgow

June 23rd The Grapes Hotel, Newcastleton

June 24th The CLUNY, Newcastle

June 25th The Woolpack Inn, Hardknott Pass

June 28th The Swan, Dobcross

June 29th Stortfolk, Bishop Stortford

June 30th Docaster Roots, Doncaster

July 1st Blue Sky Bangor, Bangor

July 2nd Greenman Gallery, Buxton

 

Author: Paul Kerr

Still searching for the Holy Grail, a 10/10 album, so keep sending them in.

Leave a comment..