Sennen Cove and Back - A busking & gigging tour back home.

This Spring I’m going to busk and gig my way to Sennen Cove and back, leaving Bristol early march and returning home sometime in April.

Now seeking bookings for every stop along the way!

Want to see me in your local town?

Give me a shout at:

sennentimcke@gmail.com
#sennencoveandback

After being on the road touring Europe for much of 2016, Sennen Timcke is back on home turf and kicking off 2017 launching his exciting new solo show with a tour of special gigs en route to Sennen Cove, Cornwall. These will be unique opportunities to hear some of his newest material and not to be missed! Come cheer him on for what is looking like a busy year of gigging!


S E N N E N T I M C K E / B R I S T O L, U K

Sennen Timcke is an English born singer-songwriter inspired by classic American and British Folk music. With a voice that is unique and compelling; and a deft finger-picking and rhythmic guitar style, his friendly and humorous stage presence allow him to play honest and heartfelt songs in an engaging and sincere way. From busking around the UK and Europe to playing in pubs, concert halls and UK music festivals, Sennen is a busy circuit acoustician (with & without band) displaying intensity of songwriting which hauls him ahead of the pack.

After a storming reception at Lyme Regis Folk Festival in 2015 and a sell out show at the Marine Theatre supporting the Headliners in Eliza and Martin Carthy in 2016, Sennen also made an appearance on the Chai Wallahs stage at Shambala Festival where his track ‘Circumstances’ featured as track 2 of the official Shambala CD. The start of 2017 sees Sennen being shortlisted for the preliminary rounds of the 2017 London Coffee Festival in Brick Lane, London.

Playing sets solo, duetting with singer Claire Ji or performing with a full band, Sennen’s show will take you on a heartfelt journey, exploring what it means to be human. Combining melodic, classic songwriting with upbeat rhythms and foot-stomping choruses, his music has been compares to Ben Howard, Paul Simon and James Taylor, harking back to the golden era of folk music.


Now on tour around the UK and Europe promoting his new EP ‘Closer Now’.