Half Moon Putney

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  • Address:

    Half Moon Putney 93 Lower Richmond Rd
    London
    SW15 1EU

  • Venue phone:

    020 8780 9383

  • Transport:

    Rail: Putney; Tube: Putney Bridge

  • Map

    1. Half Moon Putney
      • 93 Lower Richmond Rd
        London
        SW15 1EU
      • 020 8780 9383
      • 51.46722,-0.220155

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Albert Lee And Hogan's Heroes

Blues, Rock 'n' roll, Country

Ace British country-rock and blues guitarist who's worked with all the greats including Clapton, Emmylou Harris and Joe Cocker.

Bailey McConnell

Pop

A performance by the 15 year old singer-songwriter, emerging in 2014 with his self-penned guitar based songs.

  1. Sat Feb 28
  2. Half Moon Putney
  3. £17.50, adv £12.50, phone for availabili...
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Ben Poole Band

Blues

Gifted blues guitarist Poole may be young, but he has already jammed with Jeff Beck, John Mayall and Gary Moore. Sometimes erring on the side of rock, he is nevertheless exceptionally well versed in the roots of the blues.

  1. Thu Mar 26
  2. Half Moon Putney
  3. £10, £8 adv
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Bill Kirchen Band

Blues, roots and country

Former voclaist with Commander Cody And The Lost Planet Airmen and currently touring with Nick Loew, BK returns for another fine night of blues and R&B gems.

Cutting Crew

Music

Lead singer Nick Van Eede is the last remaining original member of the ’80s pomp-pop act, who perform their hits '(I Just) Died In Your Arms Tonight' and 'I've Been in Love Before' plus a few new songs.

  1. Wed Apr 8
  2. Half Moon Putney
  3. £15, adv £13
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Dick Laurie's Elastic Band

Jazz and experimental

  • Free

Sitters-in and singers are welcome at this long-running Dixieland and mainstream jazz residency.

Ezio

Blues, roots and country, Folk

Folk-infused, eclectic AOR stylings from accomplished acousticians Ezio, who had the misfortune of being one of Tony Blair's Desert Island Discs.

  1. Sun Feb 15
  2. Half Moon Putney
  3. £12.50
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Geno Washington And The Ram Jam Band

World, Blues, roots and country, Folk

Washington was originally recruited to the band as a US airman stationed in East Anglia in the 1960s. At 69 he's still an energetic and irrepressible performer, and has turned from soul to top-of-the-range, down-home and raucous blues.

Gits and Shiggles Comedy Night

Stand-up

A bunch of alternative acts perform at this good-value monthly gig, which always has top quality line-ups. February 3's line-up includes Canadian loon Tony Law, smart youngster Nish Kumar, musical comic Rachel Parris, Phil Wang and MC Joz Norris.

  1. Tue Feb 3
  2. Half Moon Putney
  3. £8, £6 adv
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Hank Wangford And The Lost Cowboys

Blues, Country

  • Critics' choice

The veteran country 'n' western troubadour walks a sure-footed line between heartfelt and dude-ish, tear-stained and wryly humorous.

  1. Sun Apr 12
  2. Half Moon Putney
  3. £12, adv £10
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Andy M

There was in fact never a campaign to stop the Half Moon becoming a gastro pub, but why let the truth get in the way of a good story.  There was a campaign to stop thye pub being sold to Grand Union who had intended to discontinue the live music for which the pub is so famous.  Following that reprive, the pub was taken over by Geronimo Inns, a gastro pub company, who also own a couple of live performance venues.  They invested heavily in the pub, especially in revamping the main bar, adding a dining area, and spent thousands on the music venue.  And yes, the pub would now be considered in the gastro pub bracket, and it continues to be the best little live music venue in London.  Since Geronimo's take over the pub has sold more gig tickets than ever and also sold more food than ever.  Long live the gastro pub.


Also, the picture above is not of the Half Moon.  They would never serve anything but Guinness in a Guinness glass.