Clive Carroll, the man who struck a chord with Madonna, is to perform a gig atThe Queen’s Head in Belper on Saturday, March 2.
Clive Carroll is simply the musician’s musician, appealing to all tastes and ages.
Madonna and Guy Ritchie have both called upon the services of Clive, as have a number of stellar bands in their search for guitar perfection in the studio.
Top sessions player, composer and virtuoso guitarist, Clive Carroll is a unique talent.
As comfortable with Bach and Dowland as he is with blues and folk structures, Clive has evolved a style of playing and writing which not only defies boundaries but has also seen him widely acclaimed as one of the top ten acoustic guitarists on the planet.
A chance encounter with the great John Renbourn led to extensive touring and recording and even playing at private parties for the likes of Madonna.
Clive’s most recent album, which is entitled Living in Colour, displays not only his musical range but a real sense of adventure in his playing.
Expect, therefore, a fascinating fusion of musical worlds played with a fluency and drive that confirms his musical status.
Entry to see him at the Chesterfield Road-based venue is £7.