“Great songs and passion” are promised when “Guitar George” takes to the stage for a lazy Sunday afternoon in Doncaster.
Doncaster Brewery & Tap, on Young Street in the town centre, is hosting music in its Upper Room on the second Sunday of every month, between 5pm and 7pm.
And this Sunday, May 8, it is the turn of George Borowski, nicknamed “Guitar George”.
A concert spokesman said: “Over the years, George’s association with an ever-growing list of artistes as diverse as Pixies, Meatloaf, The Water Boys, Bonnie Raitt and Radiohead has earned him the highest level of respect from those on the ‘inside’, while also being able to reach and appeal to those on the ‘outside’ with his rarefied combination of presence, performance and beautifully crafted words of art.
“George’s songwriting winds its way through pop, rock, country, blue suede tunes in true rock’n’roll style, socially aware masterpieces with haunting lyrics and power ballads which carry that definitive Borowski stamp.”
Keyboard player Tony Kirkham, a touring member of indie-rockers Stereophonics said of George: “Great songs delivered with pure, believable passion.”
Doors open at 4.30pm. Tickets are £7 on the door, or £5 in advance from www.wegottickets.com/event/351575