The latest guest in our "an hour or so with" series will see us joined by one of the hardest-working musicians on the folk, roots and acoustic scene, and great friend of the club, LUKAS DRINKWATER, this Friday (24th April) at 8.00pm.

Each week, at 8.00pm on our FACEBOOK page, we'll be joined by a different guest for an hour or so. The focus of these events is very much on chat, although each guest will play a few live songs too. You'll are invited to ask questions in the comments, so it will be very interactive... the more people watch and engage, the better it will be for everyone. The events are free, although there is a PayPal donations box, with 100 per cent of the donations going direct to the guest. You can find that at the bottom of the page.

Lukas is one of the most in-demand session musicians in the UK as principally a double-bass and electric-bass player, he has also featured on many highly acclaimed records as a singer, guitarist, mandolinist, cellist and drummer. Lukas has had his compositions played on radio stations around the world, including BBC Radio 2, as well as performing at some of the biggest festivals throughout Europe, featuring as a guest artist on stage withThe Levellerson European tour, playing in Seth Lakeman's band at Glastonbury Festival, guesting with Frank Turner at London's Roundhouse, touring Australia, the UK and Europe, and playing in the US with Emily Barker, as well as folk club, venue and festival appearances as a solo artist around Europe. Lukas is currently on tour with acclaimed acoustic duo JACOB & DRINKWATER and with UK Americana Artist of the Year EMILY BARKER. He has performed live on BBC Radio 2 multiple times, and on National radio and TV shows worldwide.

We'll be announcing next week's guest at the end of each episode, so do stay tuned until the very end, and get your questions ready in the meantime. You can submit questions in advance by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you'd rather. And make sure that you've "liked" our Facebook page for reminders. See you at 8.00pm on Friday 24th April.