The Community Centre bar's final musical offering before Christmas - on Sunday 20th December - promises to be a lively, fun evening, featuring Carnivale Republic, an electro-acoustic quartet fusing elements of swing, world rhythms, improvisation and an exquisite melodic sensibility (it says here). Featuring Troy Redfern on guitar, Dave Kirk on drums, Nathan Emery on uke and Malcolm Melon on double bass, they've certainly got the pedigree and at £5 on the door music fans would be mad to choose to spend the evening slumped in front of X Factor. 8.00pm is the advertised start time and 01547-528543 is the contact number for more info.
Before that, at the last Community Market of the year, on December 19th, we welcome back Herefordshire's finest purveyors of old-style Americana, The Fordsons. This 5 piece band's infectious combination of fiddle, mandolin, banjo, double bass, guitar and harmony singing was a real hit when they played the market early this year so it's great to welcome them back. They'll be playing around 10.00am onwards. Where else could you do Christmas shopping for unique gifts and local produce in a warm, dry environment and then relax with a coffee and listen - or even have a dance - to live music before ambling happily home with not a traffic jam in sight?
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