This June you can hear a legend of the Cornish music circuit as he plays tracks from his new release, Hard Country at the Poly in Falmouth.

For 50 years, John Greene has been a part of the music business.

Starting out in 1964 as a guitar player, then bassist, in his native Cornwall, UK; he moved to London in the late 60's, played in various bands, lived at the Eel Pie Island commune, helped organize the 1971 Glastonbury Fayre where he played on the first Pyramid Stage with The Worthy Farm House Band and featured on the Chilli Willi and The Red Hot Peppers album “Kings of the Robot Rhythm”.

As well as a celebration of both his 50 years in the business and the release of the new CD, 'Hard Country', the show is also serving as a fund and awareness raiser for Help Musicians UK, a charity dedicated to ensuring that those who give their lives to music do not suffer for it.

He will be supported on the evening by daughter Rosalie James formerly of 'All the Fires' and will be backed by The AllStar Squirrels featuring Pip Harbon, Kevin Jefferies, Matt Exelby, Yan Speake and Ben Morgan.

Tickets for the gig cost £6/£4 concession, from The Poly, Falmouth. The show takes place from 8pm on Wednesday, June 4. See or