26/10/2017 - 6:00 pm
Texas-raised Londoner Rodney Branigan learned to play in Austin, perform in Los Angeles, craft songs in Nashville and put it all together in London.
He masterfully combines extraordinary multi-instrumental skills with heartfelt lyrics and a rich soulful voice (often compared to Jeff Buckley).
A passion for musical diversity has seen Rodney travel the world with his own inimitable style of musicianship. Having toured his native America coast-to-coast. Rodney’s desire to share his fusion of organic progressive folk with undertones of rock, flamenco, classical, bluegrass and jazz have also seen him play China as well as France, Germany and Switzerland, earning him love from fans and respect from established musicians alike.
Tickets £17.50 (price covers the music only)
To book, please call 01395 568521 or visit our Mill Shop in the Mill building.
Notes: Doors open at 6pm. Our music nights feature special menus of seasonal food (offering a choice of meat, fish or vegetarian main course, all accompanied by a basket of our Mill bread, and a choice 3 desserts). Meals are served from 6pm to 7.30pm. We do not reserve tables – you simply choose your seats when you arrive. The music starts at 8pm, and the musicians play 2 x 45 minute sets, with a 30 minute interval. We finish the evening between 10 to 10.30pm. Tickets are non-refundable.
All our main dishes are served with a basket of Mill bread
Pan Roasted Lamb Chump on Provençale Potatoes with Green Beans – served with a rosemary and garlic jus
Pan Fried Cod on Crushed Potatoes with Chorizo and Samphire Grass – served with a red onion, cucumber and tomato salsa
Roasted Pepper and Red Onion Frittata with Cornish Yarg – served with baby leaves, slaw and pesto
Served with chunky Mill bread
Trio of Homemade Pâtés (houmous, butter bean and smoked mackerel)
Trio of Mill Salads
Espresso Crème Brûlée – served with a Mill shortbread
Warm Chocolate Brownie – served with crème anglaise
Local Cheese Selection (Somerset Brie, Devon Blue, Cornish Yarg and Isca Mature Cheddar) – served with Mill bread and Waterhouse Fayre apple chutney