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The Railway Inn presents

Tribubu

Tribubu – a mix of strong words and a complex instrumental background, combines rumba and folk with blues and African beats.
Date
Room
Platform 2
Doors
Age limit
18+
Tickets (adv)
£12.00
Tickets (door)
£15.00

Tickets

Tribubu

£12.00

A booking fee of 11% will be added to each ticket order. This fee goes straight to maintaining the venue.

Tribubu – a mix of strong words and a complex instrumental background, combines rumba and folk with blues and African beats. With realistic English and Spanish-language lyrics and dynamic, happy sounds, the quartet delights their listeners and ensures an extremely exuberant audience with their lively show. Rumba, country folk, African beat and blues are just a few of the styles through which Tribubu plays virtuoso.

Tribubu are four friends from Spain and the Ivory Coast who share a great love of music. This love is evident in their seemingly effortless playing and the great joy that immediately spreads to the audience. Lucas’ songwriting skills and qualities on the guitar make him a very versatile musician, and his years of experience have given him the ability to understand what the audience needs. Dani Torres is heavily influenced by southern rhythms, but has also studied western music styles such as blues, country and folk. Dani will surprise you with his rapping and lyricism. Brahima is a melody and rhythm machine, he makes the sound of this band a very special experience. Víctor Tugores is the groove. Versatile bassist with experience in funk, soul and flamenco, all music that comes from the heart. He is the connection between rhythm and harmony in Tribubu. ♫♪♪

Supporting them will be local legends Polly Gone Wrong

Mostly aCapella with the odd bit found sound, two Kate’s and a Polly will fill your ears with their eclectic musical menagerie, intricate vocal harmonies and textured layers, singing about anything but love. “Beautiful voices that flow together like eels in a mud bath.. they’ll knock your funny bone and make your spine tingle. Don’t fret about trying to figure out what genre box to put them in – it’d be easier herding cats” Audience 2023