By Audlem Webteam - 3rd May 2012 8:09am
It's Thursday Night Live Music at the Lord Combermere this evening with Taylor and the Mason.
Taylor and the Mason went down a storm on their last visit to Audlem so tonight promises great music and entertainment.
Taylor and the Mason are an acoustic duo based in Manchester, made up of singer-songwriters Sally Mason and Becky Taylor. They have been gigging in and around Manchester pedalling their own brand of folky-acoustic-pop type music for about two years.
Having met at uni, they only realised that they could both sing and play guitars after they had graduated and so with a little bit more time on their hands decided to hit the harmonies.
Their influences vary wildly from Motown,Rock and Roll, to Joni Mitchell. Expect an eclectic mix of acoustic sounds with extremely close harmonies.
It all starts at 9.00pm, is Free Entry as always, and is brought to you by Reubadub Promotions.
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