Critically acclaimed acoustic trio Whalebone are coming to Dunchurch Village Hall as part of their 2016 Seasons tour on Saturday, May 14.
The group, who have won several awards internationally for their music, have a passionate belief in bringing their show to community venues.
Whalebone lead guitarist Steve Downs said: “We love the phenomenon of playing live. Live music is not for everyone.
“It’s not for those who want it the same every time. It’s not for those who want it like the record. It’s for those who embrace the uncertainty and uniqueness of a live performance, for those who know that, when live music is good, sparks fly.”
Whalebone’s show comprises high energy acoustic music alongside haunting atmospheric tunes, and features instruments including a five-string violin and an eight-string baritone guitar.
Tickets are £8, or £5 for children, and are available by calling 01788 817307 or online at www.ticketsource.co.uk/whalebone. For more information see www. whalebone-music.com, or follow Whalebone on Facebook or Twitter.