Roving Crows set for Gloucester Guildhall gig
FOLK-fusion band The Roving Crows are set to gig in Gloucester tomorrow night.
The award-winning outfit will perform at Gloucester Guildhall from 7.30pm.
Formed in early 2009, The Crows' inexhaustible energy and ability to connect with an audience has made them a firm favourite.
There's something for every musical taste with the band fusing folk, ska, reggae and klezmer.
Last year they won three international music accolades including Top Celtic Rock Band and Top Fiddle Player at The Irish Music Awards.
They also recorded and produced their album Bacchanalia at Rockfield Studios with producer Nick Brine.
The album has received national airplay on both Paul O'Grady and Mike Harding's BBC radio shows.
The band show no sign of slowing down having produced a limited edition EP in January as a pre-release to their highly anticipated second album due for release in October this year.
They are a band with songs you can sing along to and tunes you can dance to and are likely to prove as popular as ever after a sell-out performance at the Guildhall last year.
Tickets for their gig cost £11 if bought in advance or £12 on the door.
Whether you have made money at Cheltenham races or not, sit back and relax with a pint of Guinness and some cheery tunes.