A series of small concerts in Cambridge, England,
presenting the finest acoustic music
15 years of sold out concerts there will be no more at CB2. It
has been an amazing run of great gigs which has lasted far longer than
any of us could have imagined when we started in 2001. A big thank you goes to
everyone who played, everyone who bought tickets and all of the brilliant team.
Despite bringing a huge
amount of business to CB2 over the years they have suddenly made
demands of us that make the gigs no longer viable and after the
extraordinary behaviour of the new manager towards me personally there
is no chance that I will ever go back there.
We are looking for
another venue so if anyone has any suggestions please let me know. For
now the Open Stage nights organised by Cambridge Acoustic Nights will
You can watch videos of complete songs in YouTube format from all our recent concerts on the video page.
You can also watch them on YouTube. We have now had nearly 400,000 views.
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Acoustic Routes was started by singer/songwriter Bernard Hoskin in 2001 to present the finest acoustic music in a small concert setting.The concerts take place in the intimate basement at CB2 restaurant near the centre of Cambridge and present some of the finest national and international performers around. The music covered includes singer/songwriters, acoustic guitarists, traditional folk, blues, and Americana.
It has established a reputation as one of the finest small venues in the country and has featured performers such as Gordon Giltrap, Nizlopi, Martyn Joseph, Boo Hewerdine, Chris Difford, Christine Collister, Benny Gallagher, Clive Gregson, Phil Beer, Clive Carroll and many more, plus surprise guest appearances by Hank Marvin and Seth Lakeman.
Helping with the running of the concerts are Peter Foster, Clare Freeman, Bronwyn Ormsby, Dave Streatfield and Rhys Wilson.
For a list of everyone who has played at our concerts CLICK HERE
Cambridge News 26 Nov 2015