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SummerTyne Festival
SummerTyne Americana Festival
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GenreAmericana, Country, Blues, Folk, Soul
FrequencyAnnual
VenueSage Gateshead
Location(s)Gateshead, England
Years active2006-present
Websitewww.summertyne.com

SummerTyne Americana Festival is an annual music festival held in July since 2006. It takes place in and around Sage Gateshead in North East England, next to the River Tyne, near the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art and NewcastleGateshead's Quayside. As well as ticketed concerts within the building, the festival encompasses free outdoor music as well as family-focused and participatory elements.

In past years SummerTyne Americana Festival has hosted an eclectic roster of acts, with many styles represented. 2010's festival (22-25 July) was billed as "SummerTyne Americana": the "Americana" element has previously been just one element of the Festival, but in 2010 was the full theme of the Festival, encompassing principally country music, but with many types of American music represented.[1]

Performers

2006

Randy Newman, Dwight Yoakam, Giant Sand, Tift Merritt, Tony Joe White, Solomon Burke, Guy Clark, Thea Gilmore, The Greencards, Stacey Earle & Mark Stuart, The Storys, Martin Stephenson & The Toe Rags, Beaver Nelson & Friends, Juliet Turner, Adem, Joan As Police Woman, James Hunter & Band, Eve Selis & Band, Aberfeldy, Paul Kelly Duo, Ukulele Allstars, Jeb Loy Nichols


2007

The 2007 Festival included open-air performances on Spiller's Quay in Newcastle upon Tyne of 'Naumachia' by European performance group La Fura dels Baus. Glen Campbell with Debby Campbell, Nanci Griffith, Laura Veirs, Kris Kristofferson, The Blind Boys of Alabama, Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder, Isobel Campbell (Belle and Sebastian) and Mark Lanegan, Ana Egge, Seasick Steve, John Lewis and his trio, JC and Angelina Grimshaw, Jackie Leven, John Miller and his Country Casuals, Holly Golightly and the Brokeoffs, Willy Vlautin, Richmond Fontaine, Endrick Brothers, Southern Tenant Folk Union, Shawn Lee, Edgar Jones and The Joneses, Bill Kirchen, Valerie Smith and Liberty Pike, Mouthful.

2008

In 2008 a steel and bamboo bridge was constructed over the River Tyne as part of the Festival, with an open-air music performance marking the completion of the bridge.

Mayra Andrade and Antonio Forcione, Sinéad O'Connor, Jinski, Neville Brothers, Allen Toussaint Quartet, Abram Wilson's Londorleans Brass Band, Jim White, k.d. lang, Dustin O'Halloran, Brandi Carlile, Foy Vance, Northern Sinfonia, The Peter Donegan Band, Elizabeth Cook, Peter Molinari, Danny and the Champions of the World, Justin Townes Earle with Cory Younts, Sarah Savoy & the Francadians, Martin Stephenson, Eve Selis Band, Ruth Minnikin and The Minnikins, Peter Bruntnell Trio, JT and the Clouds, Johnny Dickinson, Eli 'Paperboy' Reed and the True Loves, Ian MacLagan & the Bump Band, Martha Wainwright, Dawn Landes, Cherryholmes, Justin Townes Earle, Teddy Thompson, Gavin Friday, David Thomas, Julie Fowlis, Baby Gramps, Ed Harcourt, Rachel Unthank & The Winterset, Robyn Hitchcock and Jenny Muldaur, The Keelers.

2009

Devon Sproule, Woodpigeon, The Flatlanders, Rodney Crowell, Diana Jones, Mother's Ruin, Baby Gramps, Lisa Mills, Lucinda Williams, Buick 6, James Hunter, Ryan Shaw, Shipcote, The Lost Brothers, Moriarty, The Midnight Ramblers Bluegrass Band, Paul Lamb and Johnny Dickinson, Hank Wangford, Taj Mahal Trio, Gary Louris and Mark Olsen, Farmer Jason, The Barker Band, The Fortunate Sons, Two Fingers Of Firewater, Eliza Gilkyson, Phantom Limb, Hot Club of Cowtown, Tim Garland and Asaf Sirkis, the Hallé, Northern Sinfonia, Young Sinfonia with Quay voices, Roberto Fonseca Band, La-33, Le Vent du Nord, The Spooky Men'c Chorale, installations by Bill Fontana, The Keelers, Black Umfolosi 5, Ozi Ozaa,The Zawose Family, Mouthful.

2010

(22-26 July) Rosanne Cash, Solomon Burke, Jakob Dylan and Three Legs, Howe Gelb and A Band of Gypsies, Northern Sinfonia, Nell Brydon, Phantom Limb, SummerTyne Gospel Choir, Paul Burch, Kristin Hersh, The Handsome Family, Eliza Carthy, Tim Eriksen, Eric Brace, Peter Cooper, Phil Lee, Last Train Home, The Hi and Lo, Otis Gibbs, The Toy Hearts, The Holmes Brothers, Rachel Harrington, Rod Clements, Dayna Kurtz, John Miller and his Country Casuals, Elizabeth Cook, Rita Hoskings, The Grass Mountain Hobos, Sarah Savoy and the Francadians, The Bikini Beach Band, The Quebe Sisters,Eleanor and Julia's big Yee-ha!, Shipcote, Gem Andrews, Sour Mash Trio, Bridie Jackson, Archie Brown, Kentucky CowTippers.

2011

(22-24 July) Lyle Lovett, Irma Thomas, Raul Malo, John Grant, Chuck Prophet & The Spanish Bombs, The Secret Sisters, Abigail Washburn, Paul Burch & WPA Ballclub, Sarah Jarosz.

Jumpin' Hot outdoor stage: Justin Townes Earle, The Savoy Cajun Band, Richmond Fontaine Acoustic Duo, Redlands Palomino Company, Sean Taylor, John Miller and his Country Casuals, The Lucky Strikes, Hogseye, Smoove & Turrell, John Strong.

Home Fries outdoor stage: The Cornshed Sisters, Jess & The Pimptones, Little Mo & Band, Damascus, Nathalie Stern, The Buffalo Skinners, Lesley Roley Trio, Eleanor & Julia's Big Yee Haa![2]

2012

(20-22 July)[3]

Friday 20 July 2012

Saturday 21 July 2012


Sunday 22 July 2012

2013

(19-21 July)[4]

Friday 19 July 2013

Saturday 20 July 2013

Sunday 21 July 2013

2014

(18-20 July)[5]

Friday 18 July 2014

Saturday 19 July 2014

Sunday 20 July 2014

2015

(17-19 July)[6]

Friday 17 July 2015

Saturday 18 July 2015

Sunday 19 July 2015

2016

(22-24 July)[7]

Friday 22 July 2016

Saturday 23 July 2016

Sunday 24 July 2016

2017

(21-23 July)[8]

Friday 21 July 2017

Saturday 22 July 2017

Sunday 23 July 2017

2018

(20-22 July) Friday 20 July 2018

Saturday 21 July 2018

Sunday 22 July 2018

References

  1. ^ "Americana festival returns for fourth year" - Barbara Hodgson, The Journal, April 28 2010
  2. ^ "SummerTyne Americana Festival '11". other UK festivals / events 2011. eFestivals. 5 July 2011. Retrieved 2012.
  3. ^ "SummerTyne Americana Festival 2012". Sagegateshead.com. Retrieved 2018.
  4. ^ "SummerTyne Americana Festival 2013". Sagegateshead.com. Retrieved 2018.
  5. ^ "SummerTyne Americana Festival 2014". Sagegateshead.com. Retrieved 2018.
  6. ^ "SummerTyne Americana Festival 2015". Sagegateshead.com. Retrieved 2018.
  7. ^ "SummerTyne Americana Festival 2016". Sagegateshead.com. Retrieved 2018.
  8. ^ "SummerTyne Americana Festival 2017". Sagegateshead.com. Retrieved 2018.

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