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Tonight's programme has some fantastic music:
7.30pm at the Bridge Inn: Lydia O'Dowd, with a stunning stage presence performing a mix of covers and her owned penned work. Quality vocals and a confidence to deliver in her own creative manner shows the qualities of the 18 year old showcasing her owned self penned material.
8.30pm at The Lord Combermere: Poyzer, Fluff & Farrell - the passion and the conflict, the love in the room, the magic, madness, rabble-rousing excellence, banter and beauty, the added twist of new songs to live and breathe for, fiddle-driven arrangements, progressive improvisations and a poor-trio line-up that makes the gathering one of the must -see spots on the Festival programme.
9.00pm at the Bridge Inn: Grant Sharkey, an alternative double bass satirical singer, and he's currently touring the UK. In fact he is continuously touring the country. As well as some of London's prestigious music venues, he's managed to add the Bridge inn to his tour.
9.00pm at the Shroppie Fly: Whiskey Head – a popular and lively five piece band playing classic and popular rhythm and blues guitar and harmonica covers from such artists as Eric Clapton, Cream, Fleetwood Mac, The Animals, and many many more.
10.00pm at The Lord Combermere: Headsticks, formed from the ashes of much loved alt-folk bands Tower Struck Down, Jugopunch, and The Clay Faces , they say it like it is.....strong emotions, firm beliefs and a raw passion fuse together the hard hitting lyrics and anthem like melodies.
Tomorrow, Saturday, we move into all day entertainment at a host of venues around Audlem with music to suit all tastes including a full programme of Choral Music in St James Church, Back Row at the Scout & Guide Hall, music and cookery at Eleven Cheshire Street plus full programmes at the three pubs' outdoor stages and inside later in the evening.
Add to that the Art Exhibition in the Methodist Church Hall on Saturday until Monday and a series of Poetry events outside the Methodist Hall and at Audlem Mill and the Wharf.
You won't bored!
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