ACCLAIMED Celtic band The Roving Crows are heading to Evesham Arts Centre for night of powerful live folk.
Performing on Saturday, September 16, the group will showcase their unique sound of Celtic music, through frenetic fiddle playing intertwined with guitar, bass, percussion, electronics and vocals.
Strong, vibrant lyrics are at the core of this entertaining and charismatic band, who bring together many genres, influences and rhythms to create a driving and determined sound.
The band have been carving out a niche in the UK folk music scene since 2009 with their blend of folk, Celtic and country-rock, which has earned them national airplay on BBC Radio 2 and on many other local BBC stations, including BBC Hereford and Worcester.
The quintet has already released two albums and two EPs and performed alongside artists such as Kate Rusby, Steeleye Span, Levellers and Bellowhead, whilst entertaining crowds at numerous festivals, from Cambridge and Lakefest to Sark and Les Traverses Tatihou, in France.
So come along to what promises to be a memorable night of the very best of folk.
The event starts at 7.30pm and tickets cost £12.
Call the centre’s Box Office on 01386 446944 or visit www.eveshamartscentre.co.uk for more information.