Dom’s unique blend of energetic guitar playing, rousing songs and compelling voice will be the same as usual, so if you saw him at The Anchor last time he played, never fear, you will get all that. However, as it is so close to Burn’s Night, there could well be an additional Scottish flavour in honour of the occasion.
There'll be an Irish flavour to Dom's performance, in honour of St Patrick's Day, as he includes some lovely Irish traditional songs in the set, accompanied, of course, with his characteristic complex fingerstyle guitar playing. So make your way to the wonderful Readifolk folk club at Community Hall, Watlington House, 44 Watlington Street, Reading RG1 4RJ | 8.00 pm - 10.30 pm | Tickets £6.00
Dom appeared at The Black Swan in June 2018, so if you enjoyed his playing you now have an opportunity to hear a full set. Expect intricate rumbustious guitar playing, tuneful singing and a range of songs, from his own self penned tales to traditional songs from around the world and sometimes surprising arrangements of well-known folk classics from the likes of Richard Thompson, Leonard Cohen and Eric Bogle.
’What a voice! Together with his brilliant guitar playing he is the real deal - only a matter of time before Dom Prag is a true Folk Star. Catch him whist you can. ‘ (Charles Gale, organiser, Forest Folk Club)
Be sure to find your way to the stunning location of The White Hart folk club and f you’ve never heard him play before, now is the time to discover this talented up and coming singer-songwriter.
‘Dom has played our club twice and each time we were blown away by his songs, musicianship and voice; he is a breath of fresh air. His well-written and thought provoking songs grab your attention. This guy is the real deal and currently building a significant reputation on the folk and acoustic music scene.’ (Tony Batten Milverton Music)
The Sun, 1, Chertsey Rd, Windlesham, Surrey GU20 6EN.
Don't miss Dom Prag at Bracknell Folk Club. He'll be playing his usual mix of traditional and original material plus a few covers.
‘We were lucky enough to have Dom open up a show for Chris and I and were both really impressed with him. Great playing, singing and writing and a lovely stage presence. Watch out for Dom, his star is definitely on the rise’ Julie Matthews (While and Matthews)
Get your tickets for the Purbeck Valley Folk Festival where Dom is one of six new up and coming acts who have won the opportunity to perform in the Purbeck Rising showcase event. Come and show your support and listen to some great young musicians.
Dom Prag brings his mix of exceptional guitar playing and strong lyrics to the Acoustic Stage at the Wickham Festival. He tackles the narratives of folk songs with a true storyteller's flair, capturing your attention. His voice soars into dramatic crescendos or melodically wraps itself around tender tunes in the more lyrical songs of love and loss. He strums a battered old classical guitar picking out extraordinary riffs, using sometimes unheard of tunings to create a sound where the guitar and voice seamlessly combine.
Dom Prag and JC Grimshaw reunite for a gig at Lymington United Reformed Church where they will revisit the 'Ferry Tales' Arts Council England project. Join them for an evening of songs all about the ferries to the Isle of Wight: songs written by JC and Dom combine with poems - written by Lymington locals in workshops at The Coates Centre, which Dom ran with local poet Robyn Bolam back in 2016 - set to music.