In Good Company at Grand Central Hall

Chris Horkan

In Good Company at Grand Central Hall, City Centre 26 October 2018 Tickets from £20 — Book now

Featuring Phosphorescent – the nom de plume of Alabaman Matthew Houck – and Philadelphian-via-Manchester BC Camplight, In Good Company is a new event taking place at Liverpool’s Grand Central Hall.

Phosphorescent, who is backed by a full band when playing live, specialises in the type of off-beat country music that fans of Willie Nelson will love, while BC Camplight and his band perform theatrical, piano-led country rock.

With more acts still to be announced, this is a bona fide date for the diary.

In Good Company at Grand Central Hall, City Centre 26 October 2018 Tickets from £20 Book now

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