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This evening, Thursday Live at The Lord Combermere, Daisy Jaks will be performing for your entertainment and enjoyment.

Daisy Jaks are a traditional folk band made up of local talents Joan, Anji, Kathy and Sarah. Their cellist can't make it on the night but the rest of the girls are looking forward to putting on a great set for the good people of Audlem.

Check out their work on their facebook page — Daisy Jaks or on BBCi  player when they performed live at the legendary Middle Studio for Genevieve Tudor's Sunday Folk Session on BBC Radio Shropshire. 

The Date — tonight, Thursday 15th November: Time — 9:00 pm (ish) start: We hope to see you on the night! 

 

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