Julian Lewry Music was established in June 2006 to bring together my 30+ years experience in various areas of the music business.

I promote Concerts mainly in Farncombe and occasionally at other venues with capacities up to 400. Over the years I have promoted concerts by a range of acts including Judie Tzuke, Roachford, Kiki Dee, Nerina Pallot, Focus, Glenn Tilbrook, John Lees’ Barclay James Harvest, Julia Fordham, Renaissance, Caravan, Nine Below Zero, Colin Blunstone, Focus, Andy Fairweather Low & The Low Riders, The Christians, Hazel O’Connor, T’Pau, Chris Difford and The Icicle Works. 

There is a strong focus on booking original acts but I do selectively book some tribute acts. Most shows i promote only feature a single headline act. Very few support slots become available and these are almost always tour supports.

I also specialise in the buying and selling of Music Memorabilia . 

If you would like to get in touch please go to the Contact page.

Facebook is my most actively used form of social media with specific pages for both Julian Lewry Music and Farncombe Music Club so please LIKE these pages to  keep up to dateOccasionally I send out an e-newsletter  (see Data Protection below).

Look forward to seeing or hearing from you soon.


Featured photo: Andy Fairweather Low & The Low Riders performing in St. John’s Church, Farncombe.

Data Protection

Some points I should mention:

Everyone on the e-mail list is there because they have at some stage expressed interest in hearing about concerts or associated events which I promote (either on my own or with others), or because I have added their address in the belief that they would be interested.  The list is used for no other purpose.

You can opt out of receiving my e-mails at any time by simply e-mailing julianlewrymusic@aol.com . When anyone wishes to come off the list, the address is deleted.

I am the only person with access to the e-mail list.  It is securely kept on my computer, which is password protected. I pass no-one’s details to anyone else.

You have a right to complain to the Information Commissioner, but hopefully you would contact me first about any concerns and I would do my best to resolve them.