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Folk Festival: The Roving Crows + Maia + The Life and Times of The Brothers Hogg
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Roving Crows are an original Celtic sound; frenetic fiddle playing intertwined with guitar, bass, percussion, electronics and vocals. Strong, vibrant lyrics are at the very core of this entertaining and charismatic outfit with the band successfully bringing together many genres, influences and rhythms to create a driving and determined sound.
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A genre busting mix of sweet stunning vocal harmonies over funky blissed out grooves; punctuated by echoing banjo, guitar, shimmering mandolins, spooky brass and keyboards.
Maia self proclaimed Sci-fi folk evangelists formed in 2009 as experimental acoustic alchemists playing whatever instruments were lying around.
After touring and playing festivals over the last four years and releasing two albums the band have built a steady loyal following.
In 2014 Maia won Yorkshire Gig Guide award for Outstanding Live Band.
2015 was spent recording raucously their third album, released in 2016, describing it as "Harmonic psychedelic sci-fi folk and disco rock...."
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The Life and Times of the Brothers Hogg are a four piece acoustic band from Cleethorpes. Their music is influenced by traditional and modern folk, Americana, Blues, Bluegrass and New Country. The line up includes acoustic and classical guitar, banjo, mandolin, bass, percussion and harmonious vocals.
Most of the bands repertoire is original material and themes range from love, death and whiskey, to war heroes, mathematical equations and cartoon superheroes.
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