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The Phoenix, 67 Old Dover Road, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 3DB
The Phoenix, 67 Old Dover Road, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 3DB

The Phoenix is a supporter of great local live music, at least once a week we host live music from 8.30pm 'til late and at our beer festivals, including our annual 'Canstock' music festival.
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Come down to The Phoenix and enjoy some great live music this month!

Ben Russell Ben Russell

Friday 4th October : Ben Russell: plays guitar and vocals for the reggae inspired Ben Russell and the Charmers who describe their style as 'where European and Australasian Reggae meet'. Front man Ben Russell, is on a musical mission to spread positive vibes across the UK after moving from his native land Australia.
Read More :Ben Russell and the Charmers website

Ben Russell Ben Russell

Friday 4th October : Ben Russell: plays guitar and vocals for the reggae inspired Ben Russell and the Charmers who describe their style as 'where European and Australasian Reggae meet'. Front man Ben Russell, is on a musical mission to spread positive vibes across the UK after moving from his native land Australia.
Read More :Ben Russell and the Charmers website

g minorsG Minors

Friday 11th October : G Minors are a popular east Kent acoustic duo that have been successfully playing together since 2011. This unique combination of two talented musicians ensures G Minors performances are memorable leaving the crowd cheering for more! Versatility in repertoire and performance lead G Minors to an exciting and energetic combination, delivering strong harmonies and vocals they are constantly updating material to cater for those looking for something fresh and new. Expect a varied and surprising set of re-worked covers and original material that will have you singing and dancing along.
Read More : G Minors facebook page

g minorsG Minors

Friday 11th October : G Minors are a popular east Kent acoustic duo that have been successfully playing together since 2011. This unique combination of two talented musicians ensures G Minors performances are memorable leaving the crowd cheering for more! Versatility in repertoire and performance lead G Minors to an exciting and energetic combination, delivering strong harmonies and vocals they are constantly updating material to cater for those looking for something fresh and new. Expect a varied and surprising set of re-worked covers and original material that will have you singing and dancing along.
Read More : G Minors facebook page

Nic BennettNic Bennett

Friday 18th October : Nic Bennett: performs ’60s - present day mod/acoustic covers including The Jam, The Kinks, Oasis, Neil Young, The Who, The Beatles etc., as well as his own material and recently finished supporting Brian McFadden on his UK & Ireland tour, before opening for Suede in London.

Read More : Nic Bennett website

Nic BennettNic Bennett

Friday 18th October : Nic Bennett: performs ’60s - present day mod/acoustic covers including The Jam, The Kinks, Oasis, Neil Young, The Who, The Beatles etc., as well as his own material and recently finished supporting Brian McFadden on his UK & Ireland tour, before opening for Suede in London.

Read More : Nic Bennett website

Paul CarbunclePaul Carbuncle

Friday 25th October : Paul Carbuncle : a native of Kent, but now mostly based in Nottinghamshire, Paul has attempted to clarify any mystery surrounding his chosen musical genre. "Some call it folk-punk," he explained, "while others call it punk-folk. Either is acceptable." Paul has spent the last few years merrily gigging at pubs, festivals and folk clubs on evenings which have been described enthusiastically as "“Saturday" and "Wednesday" and sometimes "Friday".
Read More : Paul Carbunkle's website
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Paul CarbunclePaul Carbuncle

Friday 25th October : Paul Carbuncle : a native of Kent, but now mostly based in Nottinghamshire, Paul has attempted to clarify any mystery surrounding his chosen musical genre. "Some call it folk-punk," he explained, "while others call it punk-folk. Either is acceptable." Paul has spent the last few years merrily gigging at pubs, festivals and folk clubs on evenings which have been described enthusiastically as "“Saturday" and "Wednesday" and sometimes "Friday".
Read More : Paul Carbunkle's website