Tickets are still available for Saturday’s excellent music evening
“…following last year’s succes, Howden Jones are revisiting Galphay”
Kate Howden and Paul Jones are singer-songwriters, based in The North West of England, who have that special magic that captivates the audience in a unique, intimate atmosphere. Their show is a family friendly mixture of songs, tunes and stories, that has the audience joining in, singing along, and laughing as they share their travelling experiences through their music and northern-tinged banter.
With powerful harmony, skilled musicianship and beautiful arrangements, they write all their own material and between them play, guitar, mandolin, fiddle, banjo and bodhran.
Kate and Paul have been playing together since 1999 and ‘cut their teeth’ as performers on the folk circuit at folk clubs and festivals all over the country. As contemporary musicians they enjoy travelling and sharing their experiences, creating new music inspired by the places they visit and the people they meet. From their experience of working on the National Rural Touring circuit, which promotes music and performing arts in rural areas, they have been discovering new audiences, booking Village Halls, Small Theatres and Art Centres since 2007. With seven albums of work in their catalogue and a sheer delight in live performance that shows, they continue to bring their ‘beautiful music to beautiful places.’
At Galphay Village Institute – Saturday 5th March 2016 – 7.00 for 7.30 pm
Price £ 12.50 including hot supper. Bar available.
Details and Tickets available from Elizabeth Metcalfe 01765 650449 / 07702168300
Or mail firstname.lastname@example.org