Sat, 07 Oct|
Orange River Remedy Present a Celebration of HARVEST - NEIL YOUNG
Many who have seen the show are astonished at how faithfully Orange River Remedy capture the sound, feel and essence of Neil Young.
Time & Location
07 Oct 2023, 19:00 – 22:00
Bath, St James Memorial Hall Avon, Lower Borough Walls, Bath BA1 1QR, UK
About the event
Orange River Remedy are a three-piece band based in Stratford-on-Avon, Warwickshire
who, despite their relative youth, are rapidly building a reputation for their performance of
self-penned music soaked in 60’s and 70’s reminiscence, bringing powerful riffs, beautiful
harmonies, and psychedelia into the modern era.
‘ORR’ have performed at several major Festivals and venues to great acclaim and
(influenced by icons of a bygone era) they are now bringing their ‘Neil Young Celebration’ to
The show is a faithful and heartfelt rendition of many Neil Young classics, including the
entire signature album ‘Harvest’, and a carefully selected number of other Young, Buffalo
Springfield and Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young epics.
The band will be joined by special guest Simon Kemp, a seasoned international performer
who shares the same passion as ORR for music community contribution and brings his
wealth of experience to the show.
Many who have seen the show are astonished at how faithfully Orange River Remedy
capture the sound, feel and essence of Neil Young. Even if you are not an avid Neil Young
fan, the show is a joyous experience of superb musicians recreating classics from a heralded
Some of the bands many accolades include:
“Very well Groovy, one of the most interesting new bands in the Midlands” ∞∞ Moseley
“Energetic and exciting with echoes of Neil Young and Creedence, I truly believe the sky is
the limit” ∞∞ Dan Sealey of Ocean Colour Scene and occasional guest of ORR
“ORR immediately wow. Have the cure to all your blues. Groovy Man … as ORR leave the
stage many are left wondering how it is that these three young people ended up playing
the type of music they do – and to such a high level.” ∞∞ Slap Magazine
“Natural Talent, magnetic energy” ∞∞ The Music Café
“Influenced by the late 60’s – Great vibe with beautiful harmonies” ∞∞ The Stratford