Expect to hear folk with a twist of faith at Wisbech Buskers gig
PUBLISHED: 09:27 12 October 2016
The Wisbech Buskers are to perform on the After Hours Live stage next Friday, October 21.
The group, who met through a shared passion for acoustic folk music, is made up of Jacob Keet (violin), Clive Butcher(accordion) and Alan Vibes (cello).
Having met in Wisbech, the trio formed as a group for a special concert that Jacob had organised.
“People were so impressed that they were booked for an After Hours Live session of their own, said Matt McChlery, of After Hours Live.
“Come along to hear some great folk and classical music tinged with fun and frolicks and a twist of faith.”
After Hours Live takes place in Octavia’s Café and is run by The Ferry Project. Money made from food and drink sales goes to the charity, which helps those who are homeless in the community.
Entry is free and the music starts at 7.30pm (doors open at 7pm).
For more information visit www.afterhourslive.org.uk
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