Mar
17
Fri
Circus of Wire Dolls Performance Tour – Jon & Juli Finn
Mar 17 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Friday, March 17, and Saturday, March 18, 7 to 11 pm

Trading Boundaries, Sheffield Green, Fletching TN22 3RB, East Sussex, England, UK

Tickets: £70 standing, £95 dining, available at tradingboundaries.com

The intimate world premiere live performance of the Rocking Horse Music Club’s critically acclaimed and genre-defying rock opera, “Circus of Wire Dolls” (Prog Radio’s Album of the Year, 2022). The band also perform a selection of music from the solo careers of founding Genesis members Anthony Phillips and Mike Rutherford, featured from the band’s sold-out performances in England, 2019.  Featuring special guests include Amy Birks, Caroline Carter, John Hackett, and Noel McCalla.

The Rocking Horse Music Club, comprised of professional musicians helming from illustrious individual careers, is a songwriting and performing collaboration between producer/songwriter Brian Coombes, singer/songwriters Justin Cohn and Patrik Gochez, and Rocking Horse Studio musicians Brenden Harisiades, Mike McAdam, Myron Kibbee, and Eric Wagley. The band’s eclectic style blends progressive rock with elements of baroque and chamber pop, gospel, fusion, indie folk, and art rock.  The core bands performing artists include  Justin Cohn, acoustic guitar/vocals, Brian Coombes, keys/bass/vocals, Patrik Gochez, vocals/guitar/keys, Brenden Harisiades, bass; Myron Kibbee, guitar, Mike McAdam, guitar, and Eric Wagley, drums. Performing contributors include Juli Finn, guitar, Jon Finn, guitar, Bobby Rice, drums, Jeremy Harman, cello, Wesley Thurber, trumpet, Richard Gardzina, saxophone, Jenna Yagjian, violin, Kate St John, oboe/English horn, Brittany Laine, vocals, Michelle Coombes, vocals, Eric Smith, percussion, and co-producer Josh Kimball, guitar/programming.

The band has recorded two albums, “Every Change of Seasons” (2018) and a tribute album to original Genesis guitarist Anthony Phillips, “Which Way the Wind Blows” (2019), which features guest appearances from Steve Hackett (Genesis), John Helliwell (Supertramp), Noel McCalla, and others. The band’s debut single, “Everywhere is Home,” received an Independent Music Award and a Best Supergroup Award from New Hampshire Magazine in 2019. The band toured the UK in 2018, including a performance for the British Prime Minister. The band’s third record, rock opera concept album “Circus of Wire Dolls,” (2022) features guest appearances by Chris Difford (Squeeze), Greg Hawkes (The Cars), David Cross (King Crimson), Noel McCalla, and others.  Learn more about Rocking Horse Music Club at rockinghorsemusicclub.com.

For more information about The Finns and their collaborative projects, visit julifinn.com/jon-and-juli-jazzy-bluesy.

To learn more about each artist’s individual events or initiatives, visit julifinn.com or jonfinn.com.

Mar
18
Sat
Circus of Wire Dolls Performance Tour – Jon & Juli Finn
Mar 18 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Friday, March 17, and Saturday, March 18, 7 to 11 pm

Trading Boundaries, Sheffield Green, Fletching TN22 3RB, East Sussex, England, UK

Tickets: £70 standing, £95 dining, available at tradingboundaries.com

The intimate world premiere live performance of the Rocking Horse Music Club’s critically acclaimed and genre-defying rock opera, “Circus of Wire Dolls” (Prog Radio’s Album of the Year, 2022). The band also perform a selection of music from the solo careers of founding Genesis members Anthony Phillips and Mike Rutherford, featured from the band’s sold-out performances in England, 2019.  Featuring special guests include Amy Birks, Caroline Carter, John Hackett, and Noel McCalla.

The Rocking Horse Music Club, comprised of professional musicians helming from illustrious individual careers, is a songwriting and performing collaboration between producer/songwriter Brian Coombes, singer/songwriters Justin Cohn and Patrik Gochez, and Rocking Horse Studio musicians Brenden Harisiades, Mike McAdam, Myron Kibbee, and Eric Wagley. The band’s eclectic style blends progressive rock with elements of baroque and chamber pop, gospel, fusion, indie folk, and art rock.  The core bands performing artists include  Justin Cohn, acoustic guitar/vocals, Brian Coombes, keys/bass/vocals, Patrik Gochez, vocals/guitar/keys, Brenden Harisiades, bass; Myron Kibbee, guitar, Mike McAdam, guitar, and Eric Wagley, drums. Performing contributors include Juli Finn, guitar, Jon Finn, guitar, Bobby Rice, drums, Jeremy Harman, cello, Wesley Thurber, trumpet, Richard Gardzina, saxophone, Jenna Yagjian, violin, Kate St John, oboe/English horn, Brittany Laine, vocals, Michelle Coombes, vocals, Eric Smith, percussion, and co-producer Josh Kimball, guitar/programming.

The band has recorded two albums, “Every Change of Seasons” (2018) and a tribute album to original Genesis guitarist Anthony Phillips, “Which Way the Wind Blows” (2019), which features guest appearances from Steve Hackett (Genesis), John Helliwell (Supertramp), Noel McCalla, and others. The band’s debut single, “Everywhere is Home,” received an Independent Music Award and a Best Supergroup Award from New Hampshire Magazine in 2019. The band toured the UK in 2018, including a performance for the British Prime Minister. The band’s third record, rock opera concept album “Circus of Wire Dolls,” (2022) features guest appearances by Chris Difford (Squeeze), Greg Hawkes (The Cars), David Cross (King Crimson), Noel McCalla, and others.  Learn more about Rocking Horse Music Club at rockinghorsemusicclub.com.

For more information about The Finns and their collaborative projects, visit julifinn.com/jon-and-juli-jazzy-bluesy.

To learn more about each artist’s individual events or initiatives, visit julifinn.com or jonfinn.com.